Valbuena held a long interview with French newspaper Le Monde
Trains, planes and automobiles
Bassem Braiki says 'the solution will come from us'
Tuck into the bouchons and brasseries in France's culinary capital, says Alexander Lobrano
The city is loaded with Michelin stars, but there's more to it than food. And now it's even easier to enjoy, says William Cook
The France international has opted to remain at Lyon
Magpies allowed Yohan Cabaye to join Paris Saint Germain on Wednesday and are looking to reinvest the £20m received in the highly-rated Frenchman
The Associated Press say they have cut ties with Mr Contreras after he altered an image to remove a video camera from it
Spinner picked up possibly the easiest five-wicket-haul that he will get in his career thanks to England's incompetence a the crease
Having been 65-0, England collapsed once again to finish their second innings 179 all-out and set Australia 231 for victory
Top order show neglect and tail are blown away again as tourists fail to take control to prevent whitewash, writes Stephen Brenkley in Melbourne
England lead by 91 runs: Stokes adds depth to tourists’ bowling after Pietersen baffles again with poor shot
Tourists’ attempted fightback in crucial Third Test in Perth is restricted by indisciplined batting, tight Australian bowling and sheer bad luck
Another spineless batting collapse and the prospect of more pain at Perth means the Ashes have almost slipped from Cook's grasp already, writes Stephen Brenkley in Adelaide
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.
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.