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PhD student who fell in love with the young man she was mentoring is on trial for handling heroin and crack for her boyfriend - who is himself accused of murder

A PhD student with a Masters in sociology and an in-depth knowledge of crime is accused of helping her boyfriend supply heroin and crack cocaine in the months before he and his friends allegedly murdered a rival drug dealer, a court has heard.

Inca encounter: jet off to Peru this spring

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Cycling in France, skiing in Mammoth, and rafting in Peru

Scratching the paintwork of your hire car can be a costly error

Something To Declare: Car hire – a service that makes budget airlines look good

What is the most high-performance car on the road? According to P J O’Rourke: a rental car. “It’s an all-terrain vehicle,” he writes. “Mud, snow, water, woods – you can take a rented car anywhere. True, you can’t always get it back – but that’s not your problem, is it?”

Deals of the week - Woodstock, Cathay Pacific sale, Miami

Less than £200... The Feathers Hotel in the Oxfordshire village of Woodstock has a "Culture Package", that combines tickets to the Francis Bacon and Henry Moore exhibition at the Ashmolean Museum, a night's B&B and a three-course dinner for £125pp until 18 January, 2014. Feathers.co.uk

£1,459 - Trailfinders

Travel challenge: Queensland

A 12-night road trip

Travel challenge: New Orleans

Each week we invite three companies to offer their best deal for a specific holiday. Today: a city break in New Orleans. Prices are per person, based on two people travelling together. Each package includes five nights' accommodation and United Airlines flights from Heathrow via Washington on Saturday, 21 September (returning via Houston).

Stelios Haji Ioannou

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Bay watch: The view of Nice’s harbour from the Colline du Château

Where sunseekers should go next ...

There's no need to pack away your flip-flops when the current hot spell comes to an end. With an eye on the average August temperatures around the globe, here's how to prolong your time in the sun

The peloton makes its way through Corsica’s rolling hills

Tour de France 2013: Geraint Thomas scrapes past pain barrier

Sky rider refuses to quit despite severe injury as Gerrans wins stage in Corsican hills

Tour de France: Stage 2 comes to an end as Belgium's Jan Bakelants powers through

Belgium's Jan Bakelants used every last ounce of energy to push over the line and win stage two of the 100th Tour de France as the peloton frantically chased him down at the finish.

Victory: Jan Bakelants clenches his fists as he celebrates taking stage two of the 2013 Tour De France

Tour de France: Stage 2 comes to an end as Belgium's Jan Bakelants powers through

Belgium's Jan Bakelants used every last ounce of energy to push over the line and win stage two of the 100th Tour de France as the peloton frantically chased him down at the finish.

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