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Thirty-two countries qualified for the Fifa tournament – but which will be our favourite destinations in 2014 and what do they have to offer that's new? Over a series of articles, Chris Leadbeater studies the form, starting with the hosts ...

Steven Gerrard tangles with Germany’s Max Kruse

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Literary prescriptions for modern ailments

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has claimed Luis Suarez is

Liverpool v Fulham: Martin Jol claims Luis Suarez is the best player in the world inside the penalty box

The Uruguyan will hope to continue his strong run of form when the Cottagers visit Anfield today

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Chelsea continue to add to their squad in this transfer window with the purchase of yet another wideman, Ghana winger Christian Atsu.

Michael Essien was introduced to local press by Jose Mourinho as 'my son'

Chelsea midfielder Michael Essien ends international exile and is named in Ghana squad

The midfielder has not played for his country for two years

Fulham manager Martin Jol

Transfer news: Fulham announce deal for French midfielder Ange-Freddy Plumain

The 18-year-old arrives on a free transfer

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron poses inside the premises of the holy Sikh shrine the Golden temple in the northern Indian city of Amritsar

Visa bonds a blow to ‘special relationship’ with India

Cameron should think carefully before he progresses with this scheme, which has been greeted with anger and disbelief by the very people the PM has tried to woo

Market Report: Afren strikes oil off Nigeria to end slump

Investors in Afren had a day in the sun yesterday after the oil exploration firm made a major discovery off the coast of Nigeria. It has been an overcast year so far for shareholders, with Afren's shares having been on the slide. But yesterday it unveiled some successful drilling in Nigeria.

Theresa May is pressing ahead with a controversial scheme to force visitors from 'high-risk' countries in Asia and Africa to pay a 'security bond' of £3,000 before they are allowed into Britain

India, Pakistan, Nigeria: The 'high risk' countries whose visitors to UK face paying £3,000 'security bond' to make sure they return home

Theresa May is pressing ahead with a controversial scheme to force visitors from “high-risk” countries in Asia and Africa to pay a “security bond” of £3,000 before they are allowed into Britain.

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Fantasy coffins: Meet the man who puts the 'fun' into funereal

Fancy laying your head down one last time in a Coca-Cola bottle? Or an aeroplane? You name it you can be buried in it, says Paul Bignell

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Michael Glover: Let’s hope the Turner Prize judges can stop giggling

Shall we agree to agree that art’s pretty lightweight when all’s said and done? That it’s jokey fluff and flummery for the most part? Life’s certainly a fun house over at the Turner Prize this year.

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez faces Fifa action after punching opponent in the face during World Cup qualifier for Uruguay

Striker faces suspension after controversial night in Chile

Danny Welbeck tumbled in the box during the first half

Officials criticised on night of World Cup controversy

Fifa have announced suspended referee, Slim Jdidi, will be on the shortlist for the 2014 World Cup

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