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Everton defender Bryan Oviedo has undergone a successful operation on the double fracture to his leg.

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Prosecutors tell Barclays to hand over scandal papers

New York prosecutors have reportedly ordered Barclays to hand over records relating to the growing Liberty Reserve scandal.

Spanish police officers detaining the Liberty Reserve founder Arthur Budovsky in Barajas airport, Madrid

Shady currency firm boss ‘bought a bride’: Costa Rica investigates if ‘PayPal for criminals’ founder married to avoid extradition

The 2010 marriage is being investigated by local authorities in the central American country

Clint Dempsey and the US team against Costa Rica

Fifa dismiss Costa Rica bid for replay with United States

Snow hit match in Colorado

Antonio Ruiz and some friends were baiting the crocs on the banks of the Tarcoles River in Costa Rica, luring them over by throwing pieces of meat into the water

Video: Photographer narrowly escapes crocodile's jaws in Costa Rica

Antonio Ruiz and friends lured the reptiles over with chunks of meat

Clint Dempsey in action for the US against Costa Rica

Snow storm: Costa Rica want rematch against the United States after wintry conditions hit World Cup qualifier

The US won the match in Colarado 1-0 thanks to a Clint Dempsey goal

Enrique Meneses: Acclaimed photojournalist

The uncanny ability of Enrique Meneses to be in the right place at the right time was never as evident as when he produced one of the 20th century's greatest examples of photo-reportage – the first by any journalist from Cuba's Sierra Maestra mountains of the incipient Communist uprising in 1957.

Man takes on schnitzel... and schnitzel wins

"Let's go up north for a few days…" is how my Canadian holidays invariably end up. Normally it's summer and we drive up from Toronto to Muskoka or Georgian Bay where we spend weeks mucking about on boats and lying around on sun-drenched docks. This, however, is not summer and "the north" has become a very different place. I write this ensconced in a wooden cabin five hours north of Toronto and outside it's a balmy -17C.

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Anti-drugs police in Costa Rica's Manuel Antonio Park

Cartels take cover in Costa Rica

With military crackdowns elsewhere, drug smugglers shift operations to the Central American country's vast national parks

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Arsenal youngster Joel Campbell joins Real Betis on loan

Real Betis have signed striker Joel Campbell on a one-season loan from Arsenal, the Primera Division club have announced.

Paul Watson is accused of using his ship to hit an illegal shark fishing vessel

Anti-whaling activist Paul Watson arrested for ramming boat 10 years ago

An anti-whaling activist, famed for televised confrontations with fishermen, has been arrested for allegedly attempting to use his boat to sink an illegal shark fishing vessel off the coast of Guatemala.

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Craig Bellamy named in Wales squad

Craig Bellamy looks set to extend his international career after being named in Chris Coleman's Wales squad for the friendly with Mexico in New Jersey later this month.

It's a catch-22: the endangered jaguar eats the rare turtle

It is the conservationist's catch-22: what to do when one endangered species eats another. Research by environmentalists shows that jaguars, themselves at risk of extinction, are increasingly preying on endangered turtle species.

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