Sport Barcelona striker Neymar is helped from the pitch

The Brazil international is ruled out for up to a month

Protesters have gathered across Spain to demonstrate against the new ruling on abortion

New hardline abortion law prompts protests across Spain

Women's organisations predict the re-emergence of 'abortion tourism', with many travelling to Britain for operations

Nacho Monreal

Switch to Arsenal has boosted World Cup hopes, says Nacho Monreal

The full-back has won 15 caps for Spain

Wild frontier: the only crossing between Russia and Norway

Simon Calder: New frontiers in low-cost travel

The man who pays his way

EasyJet apologises after leaving 29 passengers at gate

Flight EZY6056 departed from Malaga on Saturday with group still in airport due to 'an issue at the boarding gate'

Judgment day on mass corruption in Marbella

Known as the Caso Malaya, it has been Spain’s longest-running town hall political corruption court case, featuring 95 local politicians and their associates in the dock.

Manuel Pellegrini

Viktoria Plzen v Manchester City: Champions League match preview

A look ahead to tonight’s Champions League fixture in the Czech Republic

Manuel Pellegrini during City’s training session at Plzen’s stadium

Kaka set for Milan return

The Brazilian midfielder Kaka is expected to complete a short-term loan move to his former club Milan today, with rumours that he is set to move to LA Galaxy in March.

Three-year-old British boy dies after falling into a swimming pool on holiday in Spain's Costa del Sol

Toddler's death came on what has been dubbed Black Sunday after two other people drowned in the sea

New West Brom signing, Diego Lugano

Transfer news: West Bromwich Albion sign Uruguayan international defender Diego Lugano from PSG

The 32-year-old is considered a coup for the club and will bring a wealth of experience to the Hawthorns

New West Brom signing, Diego Lugano

Diego Lugano signs for West Bromwich Albion

Uruguay defender Diego Lugano has announced he is leaving Paris Saint-Germain to join West Bromwich Albion.

Manuel Pellegrini

Former Manchester City striker Roque Santa Cruz backs Manuel Pellegrini to be success

The Chilean has joined as Roberto Mancini's replacement

Nicklaus Bendtner could be going to Malaga in a swap deal that involves right-back Jesus Gamez

Transfer news: Arsenal 'in talks' with Malaga over swap deal for Nicklas Bendtner and Jesus Gamez

The Gunners are looking to sell the striker with Malaga interested in sending their club captain Gamez to the Emirates in return

James Milner

Manchester City have been studying Malaga matches reveals James Milner

Manuel Pellegrini has been showing his new side tapes of his former team

Roque Santa Cruz celebrates scoring against Atletico de Madrid in a La Liga game

Transfer latest: Malaga confirm permanent signing of Roque Santa Cruz following Manchester City release

Striker will remain with Spanish club having spent last season on loan from City

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How Samuel Beckett became a French Resistance spy

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