News Vladimir Antonov, former chairman of Portsmouth football club and former director of Bankas Snoras AB; he and Baranauskas are wanted in Lithuania in connection with an alleged multimillion-pound fraud at a bank formerly controlled by Antonov

The former owner of Portsmouth Football Club faces trial in Lithuania over a £400 million bank fraud after failing to convince a judge that he could be killed if he was extradited.

Nida Ul-Naseer who went missing nine days ago

Nida Ul-Naseer missing: Concerns grow for 18-year-old girl who vanished after taking bins out at her Newport home

A major police search is now underway in south Wales

My life in travel - Jodie Whittaker

'Hiking the Tongariro Alpine Crossing in New Zealand was extraordinary'
Lava land: volcanic scenery in New Zealand

My life in travel - Jodie Whittaker

'Hiking the Tongariro Alpine Crossing in New Zealand was extraordinary'

Sixty years after Yalta, Europe's borders and alliances are still bitterly contested

Diplomatic Channels: In Ukraine, there is talk of a repeat of the 2004 Orange Revolution, and there have been threats of violence and bloodshed

Wilfried Zaha is likely to start for England Under-21s when they take on Lithuania later today

Manchester United winger Wilfried Zaha to be given chance to impress... for England Under-21s against Lithuania

Zaha is yet to feature under David Moyes in the Premier League and hasn't played since the curtain-raising Community Shield victory over Wigan in August

Will Hughes has emerged as a transfer target for Manchester United boss David Moyes

Transfer news: Manchester United to launch January bid for Derby County midfielder Will Hughes - reports

Rams boss Steve McClaren has accepted that it will be difficult to hold onto the 18-year-old with interest coming from Premier League clubs

Western governments considering deal that may allow Iran to continue with uranium enrichment

Western governments are considering allowing Iran to continue some uranium enrichment, as part of a possible deal to resolve a decade-old dispute, a senior EU diplomat has said.

Vladimir Antonov claims he is the victim of an anti-Russian plot

Former Portsmouth FC owner, Vladimir Antonov, accused of £420m bank fraud

Mr Antonov claims he is the victim of an anti-Russian plot by the Lithuanian government and its banking authorities

Farid Mammadov of Azerbaijan came second

'Come in Baku. Have you been cheating at Eurovision song contest?'

Allegations against Azerbaijan, made by a delegate to 2013’s song contest, are being investigated

The Chancellor, George Osborne, on The Andrew Marr show

How to keep your money 'out of the Chancellor's grubby mits': Government expert resigns after being secretly filmed giving tax avoidance advice

A government tax adviser has stepped down from his post after he was secretly filmed offering tips on how to keep money “out of the Chancellor's grubby mits”, according to reports.

John Kerry: rallying support for Obama’s hard line on Syria

John Kerry to meet William Hague in London for Syria talks

US Secretary of State will meet British Foreign Secretary as America continues its hardline campaign to rally support for military strike against Assad

Syria crisis: European foreign ministers to urge John Kerry to delay US military action until UN weapons inspectors report back

European foreign ministers meeting with US Secretary of State John Kerry are expected to urge the United States to hold off any military action in Syria until UN inspectors report on the alleged use of chemical weapons.

Gareth Southgate, left, admits he faces a real challenge in his new role

Gareth Southgate names Wilfried Zaha in first England Under-21 squad

The Gareth Southgate era began for England's Under-21 side as the new head coach called up Southampton's James Ward-Prowse and the Tottenham defender Zeki Fryers for the European Championship qualifiers against Moldova and Finland next month.

On the ground: On a friendly street with a terrible secret - the terraced house where four-year-old Daniel Pelka was starved, abused and left to die

They were Tarmacing the pavements down the narrow street in north Coventry, much to the irritation of groups of bike-riding schoolchildren enjoying the start of a hot, glorious summer holiday.

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In fact it, as much as anywhere, deserves independence
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Manolo Blahnik: Flats, Englishness, and Mary Beard

The shoe designer who has been dubbed 'the patron saint of the stiletto'
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'Normcore': Blending in is the new standing out

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New leading ladies of dance fight back

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