Marta Eggerth, the Hungarian soprano and film star who has died at the age of 101, was the last link with the Silver Age of Viennese Operetta. A truly remarkable artist with a wide vocal range, she had songs written for her by Franz Lehar, Emmerich Kalman, Oscar Straus and Robert Stolz, among others. She appeared in more than 40 films, many with her husband, the celebrated Polish tenor Jan Kiepura, while her recording career covered an exceptional span of 70 years.
Croatian veteran reportedly on Mark Hughes' radar
Despite their frailty, advanced years and family pleas to leave them alone, a dwindling group of suspected former SS concentration camp staff are facing justice for their alleged crimes
Kompany spent 10 weeks on the sidelines with a groin injury but hopes Wednesday's return will prove to be the last of his injury troubles
Her Cold War song cycle ‘Oh Moscow’, written with Sally Potter, was performed round the world
Foreign Secretary raises concerns about welfare of arrested Greenpeace Britons
An exodus of talent, the end of state support and meagre resources have proved terminal
Spurs boss says that each team is dropping points, and with last year's champions Manchester United struggling for form, he feels the crown is there for the taking
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The England striker has suffered another injury to the same heel that he injured in the final game of last season when making his return to training
Cigars expected to fetch between £800 and £1,200
Tony Paterson joins the German Chancellor on the campaign trail
The pair will be vying for a place in the semi-final
Shinji Okazaki got one over his former club with a goal on his Mainz debut, helping to defeat Stuttgart 3-2 in the Bundesliga this afternoon.