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Rodriguez has been linked with a move to the La Liga giants after a series of impressive performances at the World Cup

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City boss Manuel Pellegrini is a known fan of the striker, and he could make a move following Emery's admission that Sevilla could do with the money from any transfer

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Colombian drug trafficking suspect ‘el Loco’ extradited to US

Colombia has extradited a major drug trafficking suspect to the United States. President Juan Manuel Santos has called Daniel Barrera “the last of the great capos”. He’s also known as “el Loco”, or “the Madman”.

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I don’t recognise him.

Roberto Pannunzi was escorted by police upon his arrival at Leonardo da Vinci airport in Rome

'Biggest cocaine importer in world' Roberto Pannunzi jailed in Italy after extradition from Colombia

A man described as Europe’s most wanted drug trafficker and Italy’s answer to Pablo Escobar was on Sunday night languishing in an Italian jail, after being extradited from Colombia.

Pannunzi is said to have imported two tons of cocaine every month

Italian 'mafia boss' captured: Europe's most wanted drugs trafficker arrested in Colombia

67-year-old had escaped arrest twice including a dramatic escape from a hospital

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Police marksman may face trial over botched shooting of suspected gangster Azelle Rodney

Dead man’s mother demands apology after damning report into botched  police operation

A funerary mask, Calima-Malagana made of gold alloy dated from around 100BC-AD400, part of the museum's autumn exhibition, Beyond El Dorado: power and gold in ancient Colombia

British Museum to hold El Dorado exhibition - picture preview

The reality behind El Dorado, South America's mythical city of gold, will be revealed at a new exhibition of ancient art.

England drop to lowest Fifa world rankings position since Steve McClaren era

The Three Lions are now 15th in the world

The ZTE Open is the first public handset to be sold with Firefox OS

Firefox OS kickstarts battle for the bottom with €39 smartphone

ZTE Open offers a basic smartphone experience that makers hope will challenge Android & Apple

Barack Obama and Tanzania's President Jakaya Kikwete, left, at a welcoming ceremony in Dar Es Salaam

Barack Obama arrives to warm welcome in Tanzania - and a surprise meeting with George W Bush

Hundreds of young people line the streets wearing t-shirts and sarongs bearing images of the President, who says he wants to move relations with Africa from aid to trade

It is hard to look past Michelle Larcher de Brito’s win over Maria Sharapova for one of the moments of the tournament so far

Nick Bollettieri: My Wimbledon week - Laura Robson is Slam material

Legendary coach looks back over a stunning first few days at the All England Club and reveals who has made him gasp with admiration, laugh out loud and brought a tear to the eye

Andy Murray v Serena Williams? I'd be up for it, he says. That would be fun, she says.

First Andy Murray v Serena Williams - now Novak Djokovic says he'll take on Maria Sharapova

Mixed singles? After Williams says 'it would be fun' to play Murray, men's world number one throws down challenge to women's number three

Wimbledon 2013: Maria Sharapova only interested in focusing on tennis

Maria Sharapova returns to the action at Wimbledon today, ready to carry on keeping business and pleasure separate.

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