Extras

Whether you’re trekking to Machu Picchu or taking in the sun - and football – in Rio, take your pick from these inspirational and useful reads, chosen by Stanfords, the travel information specialists

The Business Matrix: Wednesday 24 July 2013

Swatch clocks up rise in profits

Robin van Persie in action against Yokohama

Yokohama 3 Manchester United 2: David Moyes suffers another shock defeat on pre-season tour

The new manager has lost two of his first three games in charge

Gerardo Martino

Tata for Tito: Who is new Barcelona manager Gerardo Martino?

A fact-file of the Argentinian head coach known as 'Tata' that has taken over at the Nou Camp

Morrissey has cancelled 22 shows in America due to ill health

American tour snuffed out: Emotional Morrissey hints at withdrawal from music business after 'lack of funding' forces yet another cancellation

Morrissey has already cancelled the majority of his tour dates this year due to ill health. But now the former The Smiths frontman has had to axe what remained of his South American tour due to a “lack of funding” - and has hinted that he is set to abandon the music business in favour of the “art of doing nothing”.

Latin London: Elephant & Castle, south London, where Luis Duque Lopez runs Leonardo’s clothing shop

UK’s 200,000-strong South American community 'needs ethnic recognition'

Campaigners say South Americans should be seen as a distinct group

Venezuela 'ends' bid to restore diplomatic ties with US

Venezuelan President reacted after Samantha Power vowed to oppose the countries 'crackdown on civil society'

Brazilian hot prospect Bernard looks likely to move to Europe with Liverpool and Tottenham interested

Transfer news: Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham target Bernard puts clubs on alert ahead of what may be his final game for Atletico Mineiro

Brazilian winger is likely to move to Europe though Spurs and Reds face competition from three Champions League clubs

Rafael

Manchester United defender Rafael desperate for chance to play for Brazil again

The right-back has fallen out of favour since the Olympics

Military police in Rio

Police involvement suspected in killings of young Brazilian singers

Another funk star has died after being shot on stage, the seventh 'Proibidao' musician to be assassinated over the past three years. Janet Tappin Coelho, in Uberlandia, reports on a sinister pattern of murder on the dance floor

Hockey: England get a bronze boost in Malaysia

England defeated South Korea 2-1 to claim bronze at the World League in Malaysia on Sunday.

Edward Snowden

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden offered asylum by Venezuela, Nicaragua and now Bolivia

WikiLeaks says Snowden has applied to six new countries in his quest for asylum, bringing the total approached worldwide up to 27

Evo Morales was forced to spend an unscheduled night in Vienna

Edward Snowden NSA revelations: ‘North American imperialism’ means Bolivian President Evo Morales could close US embassy

Anger as four European countries allegedly refuse permission for his jet to enter their airspace because of suspicions it was harbouring the fugitive spy Edward Snowden

Bolivia President Evo Morales delivers a speech upon his arrival in La Paz, Bolivia, after an enforced stopover in Austria

South American nations to hold summit over grounding of Bolivian president Evo Morales' plane, as France apologises

The 12-nation Unasur bloc meeting as regional leaders express anger over incident

The six backpackers who have been accused of murder in Peru

Prime suspects? Six Australian backpackers accused of Peru murder

They protest their innocence, but have been ordered back to South America ahead of a trial

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Abuse - and the hell that came afterwards

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Why we need a 'tranquility map' of England, according to campaigners

It's oh so quiet!

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'Timeless fashion': It may be a paradox, but the industry loves it

'Timeless fashion'

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If the West needs a bridge to the 'moderates' inside Isis, maybe we could have done with Osama bin Laden staying alive after all

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New exhibition celebrates the evolution of swimwear

Evolution of swimwear

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Sun, sex and an anthropological study: One British academic's summer of hell in Magaluf

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