News Gabor Vona delivers a speech during a demonstration of the nationalist party in Budapest. Campaign groups want to see Home Secretary Theresa May enforce a ban on Mr Vona entering the UK.

Campaigners want to stop Gabor Vona holding a rally in London on the eve of Holocaust Memorial Day

Elvis undies, unwashed, the latest celeb pants up for sale

A pair of underpants that once belonged to Elvis Presley are expected to fetch £10,000 when they go up for auction in Manchester next month. An added bonus for the would-be buyer is that the light-blue boxers come unwashed and with genuine Elvis stains, which came when he wore them underneath a white jumpsuit, during a show in 1977.

Attila Ban, pictured, has been found guilty of killing Alice Adams and Tibor Vass

Hotel receptionist Attila Ban jailed over workmate killings

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Csanad Szegedi, poster boy of Hungary's fascist right, quits after Jewish roots revealed

Grandmother of MEP who gained notoriety with anti-Semitic party was Holocaust survivor

Csanad Szegedi, left, and Krisztina Morvai, right, celebrating their entry into the European Parliament

Rising star of Hungarian anti-Semitic party forced to resign after he discovers his Jewish heritage

It emerged that Csanad Szegedi's grandfather was a forced labour camp veteran and that his grandmother was a survivor of Auschwitz

Victory for Australian war crimes suspect Charles Zentai

A 90-year-old Australian citizen cannot be extradited to Hungary to face accusations that he tortured and killed a Jewish teenager during the Second World War, Australia's highest court ruled yesterday.

August 12, 2012: Samantha Murray celebrates as she crosses the finish line during the women's m modern pentathlon

Modern Pentathlon: Samantha Murray adds silver to Team GB's medal tally

Samantha Murray won a brilliant silver medal to maintain Great Britain's record of having picked up a modern pentathlon medal at every Olympics since the women's event was introduced to the programme in Sydney in 2000.

Leading woman: GB's Mhairi Spence is the current world champion

GB women hoping to make it four in a row in pentathlon

How better for Britain to end this Olympic Games than with one of their strongest events? The final gold medal to be handed out, before the closing ceremony this evening, will be in the women's modern pentathlon.

Dynamo keeper Roman Berezovski tangles with Jonathan Russell

Five-star Dynamo dump Tangerines out of Europe

Dynamo Moscow 5 Dundee United 0 (Dynamo win 7-2 on aggregate)

Jade Jones proves she can pack a punch too as GB win taekwondo gold

Nicola Adams was not the only British woman to fight her way to Olympic glory yesterday.

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Canoeing: Rachel Cawthorn sick at failure to grab medal

Rachel Cawthorn admitted she was so nervous ahead of her kayak final yesterday that she was sick.

August 9, 2012: A view of the 10km open water marathon in Hyde Park

Team GB's Keri-Anne Payne narrowly misses out on medal in gruelling open-water marathon in Hyde Park

Keri-anne Payne emerged battered from the Serpentine as Britain's disappointing swimming campaign continued with their third fourth-place finish of the Games.

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Kayak: Team GB's Rachel Cawthorn fades at Eton Dorney

Rachel Cawthorn admitted she was so nervous ahead of her kayak final today that she was sick.

August 8, 2012: Asgeir Orn Hallgrimsson (L) #6 and Kari Kristjansson #3 of Iceland are dejected following their teams loss to Hungary

Handball: Hungary beat Iceland in epic quarter-final at the Copper Box

Iceland 33 Hungary 34 (after double extra time)

Raoul Wallenberg vanished after being held by the Soviets in 1945

Russia urged to end mystery of Holocaust hero

The family of Holocaust hero Raoul Wallenberg has issued a fresh appeal to the Russian authorities demanding they finally reveal the truth about the fate of the legendary Swedish diplomat who disappeared without trace after being taken prisoner by Soviet forces in January 1945.

Raoul Wallenberg vanished after being held by the Soviets in 1945

Plea for truth at last from family of Swedish Holocaust hero who 'vanished'

Raoul Wallenberg issued Jews with Swedish passports to prevent them being sent to Auschwitz

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