Sport Garry Monk and Chico Flores were involved in a training ground bust-up last week, the club have confirmed

A member of the public was believed to have rung the police who felt that no further action was required

Baby given 7 new organs

Miami (AP) - A 10-month-old Italian girl is in good condition after receiving seven transplanted organs at a hospital in Miami. Eugenia Borgos of Genoa received a new liver, pancreas, stomach, large and small intestines and two kidneys during a 16-hour operation at Jackson Children's Hospital.

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Leading Article: Time to scotch a taxing myth

Duty-frees are the point of the European Union. If that sounds too Euro-friendly, duty-frees are the point of the North American Free Trade Area. In other words, a customs union evolving into a free trade area entails the abolition of boundary taxation, such as excise duties.

Genoa produce high strike-rate

PHIL SHAW

THE BROADER PICTURE; OH! WHAT BEAUTIFUL MOURNING

THERE IS the photography of life - of the living, breathing, split- second moment; and there is the photography of stillness - of the arrested, meditative image. The work of photographers as diverse as Henri Cartier- Bresson and Weegee takes as its unpremeditated subject the quicksilver instant when an image is almost literally snatched out of the torrential flow of time: the photographer is a hunter, a stalker, a transcendent species of predator, reacting to instinct, genius in motion. By contrast, the work of photographers as diverse as EJ Bellocq, Eugene Atget, Edward Weston and Diane Arbus takes as its subject the calculated, deliberated image: the photographer is supremely in control, the camera is not in motion, accidental illumination is not the goal. Such photographs are more likely to be compositions; portraits of a kind, whether of living people, or "still lives", or - as in the case of these haunting "graces" of the American photographer David Robinson - existing works of art. As individual compositions, Robinson's studies of 19th-century European cemetery statuary (published on Thursday by Norton in a book called Saving Graces) are striking and provocative, but only as a sequence, as a narrative of a kind, do they yield their most powerful symbolic meanings.

Sharp Japan pass test

Football: Sweden2 (K Andersson 53, 69) Japan2 (Fujita 9, Kurosaki 86) Attendance: 5,591

England preserve record

HOCKEY

Czech brothers join list of suspects in Malaysia

Two more names were added to Malaysia's match-fixing scandal yesterday, with police seeking to question the Czech nationals and brothers, Miroslav and Robert Bozik.

Football: The day sport stood still

As Italy mourns the death of a football supporter by declaring a Sunday of silence throughout the land,

Genoa fan murdered at match

The murder of a Genoa supporter led to the club's home game against Milan, who play Arsenal in the European Super Cup at Highbury on Wednesday, being abandoned at half-time yesterday.

Factory pays £15,000 over worker's death

The mother of a 17-year-old factory worker who took a fatal overdose of tablets after being exposed to toxic fumes, yesterday won the £15,000 compensation she had claimed from her son's employer.

OPERA / Noises off-stage: Della Couling on Chung's final opera as musical director at the troubled Paris Bastille

I heard the authentic baying of the mob last night at the Bastille - both before and after the performance of Verdi's Simon Boccanegra, which opened the new opera season. As always in Paris, factionalism has been rife in the now notorious power struggle between the Bastille's semi-detached musical director Myung Whun Chung and overall director-designate Hugues Gall (present score: Gall 1, Chung 0). Chung therefore strode (no tumbrel) to the rostrum for his swansong to a deafening uproar, lasting several minutes, from his many supporters.

When Simon died, a war began: Martin Whittaker reports on the brave and effective crusade of a woman who set out to control health risks in factories after the death of her son

Over the past 18 months, the sitting room of June Freeman's modest semi in Wolverhampton has been transformed. In one corner a sofa has been pushed aside to make way for an office desk, groaning with bulky files and letters from MPs. A wooden cross adorns the sideboard and framed photographs of her son Simon hang on the wall. Meanwhile, June herself has also changed - from a housewife and mother into a full- time campaigner for tighter safety in the workplace.

Football: Leeds deny snag in Skuhravy deal

TOMAS SKUHRAVY, the Czech international striker, will still be joining Leeds, despite reports of a financial snag, the club insisted yesterday.
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