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Romelu Lukaku makes strong case for leading the line at Chelsea ahead of Fernando Torres and Demba Ba

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The radical Burmese monk Wirathu was unhurt in the car bomb attack in Mandalay

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The anti-Muslim campaigner blames ‘extremists’ as tensions mount

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Chelsea forward Kevin de Bruyne forced to leave pre-season tour

The Belgian has picked up an injury

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Facebook moves into new markets as low-powered app hits 100 million users

Facebook have announced a new milestone with more than 100 million people using Facebook For Every Phone each month.  The app, which is designed for low-tech feature phones to use as little data as possible, is powering the company’s growth in new markets.

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Transfer news: Real Madrid will block Cristiano Ronaldo's return to Manchester United, says Jose Mourinho

Mourinho said that he believed the Spanish club would do everything they could to keep the player this summer

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Stirring the pot: Jose Mourinho

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But Blues fan don't need to worry yet as he has his eyes on the 2016 Champions League final in Italy

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Former prime minister attacks new policy as ‘an abdication of our basic humanity’

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Authorities set to investigate Nazi-themed café in Indonesia, which features images of Hitler

Café features a wall of Nazi-related memorabilia including images of Hitler, a flag bearing a swastika and Nazi propaganda

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez
Fans turned up in droves to see watch their Chelsea heroes train at the Rajamangala Stadium

Chelsea have moved to refund fans in Indonesia who were charged £1,500 to attend meet-and-greet sessions with the team

Pre-season tour has been overshadowed by astounding fees being charged by the club's promoters for the trip

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez

Arsenal transfer news: Wenger told to return with a 'drastic' bid for Liverpool striker Luis Suarez

The Gunners have already had a £30m bid rejected, and Reds manager Brendan Rodgers has no intention of selling the striker on the cheap to their rivals

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