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Two women from London appeared at Westminster Magistrates Court yesterday, the first to be charged with terrorism offences in relation to Syrian conflict

Shrien Dewani: The Briton denies arranging the murder of his bride, Anni, in Cape Town

Shrien Dewani's lawyers claim he needs 'at least a year' to recover from depression before facing South African courts accused of killing his wife

Lawyers say the 32-year-old Bristol businessman is also suffering from post-traumatic stress

Judge's decision delays honeymoon murder trial

Efforts to bring to trial the alleged killers of honeymooner Anni Dewani have hit a new setback after a Cape Town judge agreed that a neuro-psychologist needed to examine one of the men before proceedings could begin.

England manager Roy Hodgson faced with John Terry selection dilemma

Roy Hodgson was today facing another dilemma over whether to pick John Terry for England after the Football Association decided the defender still had a case to answer over allegations of racist abuse.

John Terry and David Beckham on Wednesday night

John Terry happy to concentrate on playing after troubled year

Whether others will let him is doubtful, but John Terry said that he just wants to "concentrate on the football" after making his first start since being acquitted of racially abusing the QPR defender Anton Ferdinand.

Three charged with terror offences

Three men accused of travelling to Pakistan for terrorism training, including a British Muslim convert, appeared in court today.

Clean cut?: John Terry leaves court having been found not guilty of racism. But he still has questions to answer and now football is in the dock

Gary Cahill backs Chelsea captain John Terry to put turbulent summer behind him

Gary Cahill has backed Chelsea team-mate and captain John Terry to put his turbulent summer behind him when the new season kicks off next month.

Amir Khan is counted out during his shock loss to Danny Garcia

Kevin Garside: The fact Khan will never be great is the most painful blow

He will fight on. They all do. But the future is a far less certain place now

Clean cut?: John Terry leaves court having been found not guilty of racism. But he still has questions to answer and now football is in the dock

The Last Word: The day John Terry gave me a ring

He talked a good game but his behaviour only fuels the notion that football is a death star

John Terry walked out of court yesterday after being cleared of racially abusing rival footballer Anton Ferdinand. The judge accepted the Chelsea captain's contention that he was using a racist phrase sarcastically

He thinks it's all over – but Terry faces a backlash

Outraged players call on football's authorities to act after the Chelsea captain was cleared

Leading article: Football remains in the dock

The acquittal of the Chelsea and England footballer John Terry on a charge of racially abusing an opponent drew two immediate and opposite responses.

John Terry arrives at Westminster magistrates' court yesterday

Anton Ferdinand 'unlikely to make up allegations', court hears in John Terry trial

Judge to deliver Terry verdict today as court hears QPR defender had no motivation to lie

John Terry arrives at Westminster magistrates' court yesterday

Fans taunt me with sexual insults about mum: Terry

John Terry described in excruciating detail yesterday the sexual insults about his mother that are directed at him by rival supporters, in another extraordinary day in his trial on a racial abuse charge.

Police given extension to quiz terror suspects

Detectives have been granted more time to question four people arrested this month over a suspected terror plot in the UK.

John Terry arrives at Westminster magistrates' court yesterday

John Terry reveals ugly extent of taunts directed at him during racism trial

Chelsea captain explains regular sickening terrace chants as Cole supports his story

Rio Ferdinand and John Terry

Ashley Cole defends John Terry over racism charge

Footballer Ashley Cole said today England and Chelsea team-mate John Terry should not have been taken to court over racism claims.

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