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The France international has opted to remain at Lyon

Nathan Lyon claims the spoils of victory at The Gabba

Ashes 2013-14: How Nathan Lyon the former groundsman turned out to be a cut above Graeme Swann

The last time England were in Adelaide for an Ashes Test, Graeme Swann, during pre-match nets, passed on a few words of advice to a young off-spinner, who was combining trying to make his way in the game with earning a living tending to the turf at the Adelaide Oval. It is a very different surface Swann will bowl on this week when the second Test gets under way and it is also a very different Nathan Lyon who will be pulling on a baggy green cap rather than the overalls of a groundsman.

Browning, left, in Munich in 1945; he was stunned that a perpetrator of war crimes could be used by the Allies

Colonel Earl Browning: Counter-intelligence officer who was a lone voice in opposing the use of Klaus Barbie as a paid informant

Earl Browning was a counter-intelligence officer in occupied Germany after the Second World War who raised persistent but unheeded objections when the US military began using the notorious Gestapo chief Klaus Barbie as a paid informant. Browning had served in the Counter Intelligence Corps in Normandy and at the Battle of the Bulge. At war's end he was stationed in Frankfurt, monitoring intelligence activities in the US-occupied zone.

Bafetimbi Gomis

Transfer news: Newcastle 'target' Bafetimbi Gomis plans to remain at Lyon until the end of the season

The Magpies held talks over the striker during the summer transfer window

London Welsh’s new coach Justin Burnell is vying for promotion

Why Exiles and the rest are desperate for promotion this season

With the Championship starting this weekend, Chris Hewett explains why it is crucial for clubs to make the great step up

Ashes 2013: Ashes joy but bad light denies England historic 4-0 victory over Australia

England denied historic 4-0 Ashes victory as umpires take teams off for bad light with just 21 runs needed

The prisoner kept in a squalid, isolated cell for five years – and what it says about the way we treat women in jail

The “cruel, inhumane and degrading” treatment of a woman held in an austere and “squalid” cell for more than five years has prompted calls for the Government to address the “national failure” of not having a national strategy to manage some of Britain’s most challenging women prisoners.

HMP Bronzefield as the prison has been criticised for holding a female inmate in segregation in a

'Cruel, inhumane and degrading': Female prisoner kept segregated in 'squalid' cell for five years

Inspector discovered case during unannounced visit to HMP Bronzefield in Surrey

Aly Cissokho has signed a season-long loan deal with Liverpool

Transfer news: Liverpool complete season-long loan of Valencia defender Aly Cissokho

Frenchman will provide competition for Jose Enrique and will bring significant Champions League experience to Brendan Rodgers squad

England batsman Jonny Bairstow is caught lbw and Australian spinner Nathan Lyon celebrates the wicket

Ashes 2013: Individual mistakes to blame for poor total, admits Jonathan Trott

England closed on 238 for 9 after winning the toss but only one player, their captain Alastair Cook, passed 50

Australia must identify batsmen who can support Michael Clarke

John Townsend: England deserve the Ashes, but if Aussies had Graeme Swann it would be very different

The Aussie Angle: Clarke’s splendid batting, the efforts of Harris and Siddle exposed the narrow gap between the teams

England bowler James Anderson runs out Australia’s Steve Smith

Australia 527-7 dec & 172-7 England 368: England can retain Ashes as rain looks to frustrate bold Aussies

England did not much resemble a team who were 2-0 ahead in the series and intent on making it three

Pietersen smashes the first of two consecutive sixes off Nathan Lyon

Ashes 2013 third Test day three match report: Kevin Pietersen century saves England but there is still plenty of work to do

Australia 527-7 dec England 294-7: Tourists are still on top despite star turn's disciplined century, but with bad weather forecast England can clinch the series at Old Trafford

Interpol issues global terror alert

Interpol issued a global security alert yesterday, warning countries around the world to be on their guard after a series of jail breaks believed to be linked to al-Qa'ida.

Bafetimbi Gomis

Transfer news: Alan Pardew insists Newcastle remain in the market for strikers - but will only pay the 'right price'

The Magpies have been linked with Bafetimbi Gomis, Darren Bent and Loic Remy

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Women's World Cup 2015: How England's semi-final success could do wonders for both sexes

There is more than a shiny trophy to be won by England’s World Cup women

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