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Electrifying as Model X marks the spot

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Mark Cavendish tumbles out on stage six yesterday

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With two impressive stage wins already in his saddlebag, Mark Cavendish had seemed unstoppable in this year's Tour of Qatar – until he suffered a major crash and went flying over his bike's handlebars at 70kph (44mph) in the final stretch of the last day's racing.

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The art of the car window interview

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Cycling: Cavendish survives desert fever

A widely hoped-for debut victory for his new squad, Sky, in 2012 could probably not have been further from Mark Cavendish's mind during yesterday's stage of the Tour of Qatar, with the reigning world champion still suffering badly from the after-effects of a fever-inducing bug caught during his flight out to the Middle East.

Bentley is positioning the V8 as a more sporting car, as signalled by a fiercer-looking front and some small changes to the suspension and steering settings

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Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali

Ousted Tunisian leader Ben Ali's 34 cars and 48 yachts are seized

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Dale Farm clearance cost £7m

The cost of clearing the UK's largest illegal travellers' site has been confirmed as £7 million - but the council in charge has warned that a fresh enforcement action remains likely.

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Muslim girl 'attacked by siblings for kissing man'

A Muslim teenager was kidnapped, imprisoned and had her hair cut off after her siblings saw her kiss a white man, a court has heard.

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Ford Focus Zetec S

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Sergio Ramos was sent off late in the game

Mourinho caught out planning a car-park ambush for referee

Jose Mourinho may have taken tunnel bust-ups to a new level after he was accused of waiting for the referee following Real Madrid's Spanish Cup exit to Barcelona in the underground car park at the Nou Camp on Wednesday. The claims were made by one of Barcelona's daily sports papers, El Mundo Deportivo.

Wave of car bombings kills 14 in Baghdad

Fourteen people were killed and more than 75 injured in car bombings across Baghdad yesterday, as violence surged in Iraq a month after the last US soldiers left the country. The first attack targeted a gathering of day labourers in Sadr City. Police said eight were killed and 21 wounded.

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