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The Czech star rattled through the first two sets before overcoming a brief blip in the third to beat the Spaniard 6-1 6-4 2-6 6-4 and book his place in the semi-finals

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A policeman stands in front of the residence of Palestine ambassador, Jamal al-Jamal on January 1, 2014 in Prague

Prague embassy explosion: Safe that blew up, killing Palestinian ambassador Jamal al-Jamal, didn't have anti-burglar booby-trap, say staff

The mystery surrounding a New Year’s Day blast that killed the Palestinian ambassador to Prague as he opened a safe at his residence deepened on Thursday as police confirmed they had found weapons at his embassy and staff denied reports that the safe had an explosive anti-burglar device, which had been mistakenly detonated.

The Prague apartment where the explosion occurred

Palestinian ambassador to the Czech Republic Jamel al-Jamal killed in Prague explosion while moving safe

The Palestinian ambassador to the Czech Republic has died after an explosion at his apartment in Prague, police have said.

Gary Neville and Paul Scholes have admitted that the failures with England still haunts them

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The England number one could do little about the two goals conceded

Radek Stepanek win retains Davis Cup for Czechs

The Czech Republic retained the Davis Cup title by beating Serbia 3-2 in the final after Radek Stepanek swept past Dusan Lajovic in the decisive singles match.

Milos Zeman (left) thanked Israel's Shimon Peres for referring to his country as Czechia

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Laura Robson was victorious in Beijing on Sunday, but couldn't keep the run going

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The Devil's Workshop, By Jáchym Topol. Portobello, £12.99

I n this novel Jáchym Topol explores two sites of genocide and asks the question: how should one commemorate past atrocities? The first part of The Devil's Workshop is set in Czechoslovakia. Topol's unnamed narrator grows up in the small fortress town of Terezín, famous for housing a Nazi prison camp during the Second World War. It also served as a ghetto and many inhabitants were deported to Auschwitz and other camps.

Viktoria Plzen players celebrate scoring one of their 40 goals scored already this season

Viktoria Plzen v Manchester City: Unbeaten Czech league champions set to welcome Manuel Pellegrini's side to the Struncovy Sady Stadion

Plzen are yet to lose a game this season having won 12 and drawn two, and they will be hoping to keep that record intact despite the arrival of Pellegrini's star-studded City side

Novak Djokovic steers Serbia to final against Czechs

Serbia earned a place in the Davis Cup final for the second time in four years when wins by Novak Djokovic and Janko Tipsarevic saw the 2010 champions come from behind to defeat Canada 3-2 in Belgrade.

Czech Republic coach resigns following defeat to Italy

Michal Bilek quits with qualification for World Cup unlikely

Teen group 5Angels have a growing army of fans, known as ‘cherubs’

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Bands like 5Angels have a growing army of fans known as 'cherubs'

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