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The rise of Adnan Januzaj is in line with United's tradition of giving youth its chance

Reaching the Pope is easier than speaking to the father of Manchester United forward Adnan Januzaj, claims Albania coach

The 18-year-old could be eligible to play for a number of countries - with the battle for his services well under way

Damir Dzumhur, world No 188, has reached the third round

Australian Open 2014: Bosnian rank outsider Damir Dzumhur captures Melbourne hearts

When the Grand Slam tournaments upped their prize-money for players knocked out in the early rounds, they were thinking of people like Damir Dzumhur. Listen to the 21-year-old Bosnian's story and you appreciate that there is much more to this sport than the jet-setting world of multimillionaires such as Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.

Nadine Dorries warns of a 'tidal wave' of immigrants from Yugoslavia - which no longer exists

Nadine Dorries claimed that Britain could see a “tidal wave” of immigrants from Yugoslavia on live television yesterday evening.

Adnan Januzaj cost United £500,000 from Anderlecht

Indyplus questions: How exactly do you pronounce the Manchester United youngster's surname correctly?

The Manchester United winger stole the headlines on Saturday with his two goals against Sunderland, but there has been some debate on the pronunciation of his surname

Adnan Januzaj cost United £500,000 from Anderlecht

Januzaj, Yanuzai, Jezebel? How exactly do you pronounce the Manchester United youngster's surname correctly?

The Manchester United winger stole the headlines on Saturday with his two goals against Sunderland, but there has been some debate on the pronunciation of his surname

From Uncle Tom to Uncle Sam: a jubilant Democrat delegate, dressed
head-to-foot in the Stars and Stripes

Happy 4th July Independence Day...wherever you are

Today the United States of America is celebrating its Independence Day. But at 237 years old, Uncle Sam is actually relatively elderly. Here are the four young whippersnappers of international relations:

Interpol is hunting the Turkish surgeon Yusuf Sonmez, ‘Dr Frankenstein’, who fled detention in Istanbul

Kosovo organ trafficking scandal widens

EU prosecutors to  investigate if key government figures were involved

Arban Dervishi, the son of Pristina's prominent urologist Lutfi Dervishi attends the trial at the district court in Pristina for his trial on organ trafficking charges

Five jailed over Kosovo organ-trafficking ring

Poor eastern Europeans were promised large payments for kidneys and then abandoned

Serbian President asks for pardon over Srebrenica massacre

The Serbian President has apologised for the massacre of 8,000 Muslims in the Bosnian town of Srebrenica, saying he was on his knees and “asking for a pardon” for Europe's worst atrocity since the end of the Second World War.

Kosovo deal paves way for Serbia to join the EU

Serbia and its former province of Kosovo struck a historic accord to settle relations, potentially setting Belgrade on the path to membership of the European Union – in a major milestone in the region’s recovery from the collapse of Yugoslavia.

Serbia to reject EU's deal over Kosovo recognition

Serbia said today it will reject an EU-brokered deal for Kosovo and will ask for more negotiations with ethnic Albanian leaders.

Death toll from Swiss Menznau shooting rises to five

A man wounded in a February shooting at a wood-processing company in central Switzerland has died — bringing the death toll to five including the suspected attacker.

Not in our name: Demonstrators against the Iraq war, in London on 15 February 2003

Have the lessons of Iraq really been learnt?

Over a million of us marched 10 years ago against the invasion, to no avail. A leading opponent suggests how to avoid similar mistakes

Kosovo's Arta Dobroshi starred in the Dardennes brothers' The Silence of Lorna.

Brits absent from European Shooting Stars at the Berlin Film Festival

Daniel Craig and Carey Mulligan have scooped the accolade in past years

Editorial: No votes are to be had in Syria

Almost two years on from the first protests against Bashar Assad's regime, in late January 2011, Western leaders, David Cameron among them, are desperate for the civil war in Syria to end. Deeply hostile to the regime in Damascus, but alarmed by the growing prominence of al-Qa'ida supporters in the ranks of the opposition, they yearn for Mr Assad to go before the Islamists become unstoppable.

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