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Counting down the 100 players to look out for in Brazil this summer

Vicente del Bosque stops any Real-Barça rivalry in his squad

Vicente Del Bosque: Spain's tower of strength

Vicente del Bosque holds his squad together and, says Pete Jenson, will not consider stitching up Italy

An injured inmate is taken to hospital

Honduras blaze prisoners 'not charged'

Many of the prisoners in a Honduran jail where fire killed more than 350 inmates had never been charged, let alone convicted, according to a Honduran government report.

An injured inmate is taken to hospital

Honduras prison blaze: 350 confirmed dead and 100 still missing

Angry relatives clash with police as officials study whether fire was caused by electrical fault or arson

Honduras prison fire kills more than 350 inmates

A massive fire swept through an overcrowded prison in Honduras and killed more than 350 inmates, including many trapped inside their cells, officials said today.

Izaguirre, who joined Celtic for £600,000 from Motagua in his homeland

Izaguirre returns to Celtic squad

Emilio Izaguirre returns to the Celtic squad for tomorrow's Clydesdale Bank Premier League clash with Kilmarnock at Parkhead.

£110m cocaine ship caught in the Caribbean

A boat carrying $180m (£110m) of cocaine has been caught by US coastguards in the Caribbean.

My Life In Travel: Liz Bonnin, TV presenter

'The more I travel, the more I want to see'

Lawrence Eagleburger: The only career diplomat to serve as US Secretary of State

Lawrence Eagleburger was one of the shortest serving Secretaries of State.

A $1.7m offer that was out of this world

Woman tried to sell a piece of the moon - but her buyer was an undercover Nasa agent

A Day That Shook The World: Hurricane Mitch

On 28 October 1998, Hurricane Mitch - a tropical storm in the south Caribbean - suddenly intensified into one of the worst hurricaines of the century.

Figueroa savours his double celebration

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Japan: Earthquake aftermath at a glance

Following are the main developments in the earthquake measuring 8.9 that struck north-east Japan today.

Honduran police uncover Mexican cocaine lab

Honduran police have discovered a Mexican-run cocaine laboratory, the first ever found in the Central American country, in a sign that the Colombian-dominated production of the drug is moving north.

Why drugs are destroying the little Amazon

Traffickers will do anything to get their priceless cargo into the US – including razing pristine forest, writes Huw Hennessy in Honduras

Guatemalan druglords menace radio stations

Men claiming to belong to Mexico's Zetas drug gang have forced radio stations to broadcast a threat of war in a northern Guatemalan province where the government declared a state of siege last week.

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The King's School is way ahead of the pack when it comes to using the latest classroom technology

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