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Court rules that the French businessman who sold tens of thousands of faulty silicone breast implants around the world is guilty of fraud

Football match-fixing: Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger describes allegations as 'absolutely disastrous'

Two people have been charged as part of an investigation into match-fixing related allegations

Mathieu Flamini has hit the ground running during his second spell at the North London club

Mathieu Flamini sleeves row: Lee Dixon backs Arsene Wenger and says club tradition must be respected

French midfielder has cut his sleeves for his last two appearances

Tomas Rosicky doesn't get the headlines but has played a key role in Arsenal's European campaign

Arsenal 2 Marseille 0: Jack Wilshere is on the same path as Aaron Ramsey, but Mesut Ozil needs a goal – or even a rest?

Five things we learned during Arsenal's Champions League victory

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey has claimed the Gunners have nothing to fear ahead of their trip to Manchester United

Arsenal v Marseille: Champions League match preview

A look ahead to the Champions League Group F encounter at the Emirates Stadium

Travellers at Stansted Airport

Disruption to budget airlines as French air traffic controllers strike and Stansted suffers power outage causing flights to be diverted

The airport later confirmed on its Twitter feed that power had been restored

Thousands of UK travellers face possible delays and cancellations as French air traffic controllers strike

Industrial action will have an effect on all flights that fly over France

A Ryanair Boeing 737 aircraft

Ryanair bags €10.2m penalty in France over breach of labour laws

Court rejects prosecutor’s demand that airline should also be 'fined' €300m

Arsene Wenger has praised midfielder Mesut Ozil for his performance against Stoke

Arsene Wenger praises Mesut Ozil influence after midfielder laid on all three Arsenal goals in victory over Stoke

The 24-year-old provided three dead-ball crosses, including two direct assists, to lay the foundations for the win in his home debut

Aaron Ramsey celebrates his goal for Arsenal against Marseille

Champions League: Arsene Wenger delighted after Arsenal secure 'three very important points' against Marseille

The Gunners have been placed in a 'group of death' meaning every point is vital

Mathieu Valbuena is our man to watch for Marseille tonight

Marseille v Arsenal: Analysis of tonight's Champions League opponents

A look at how the French club shape-up ahead of tonight's match at the Stade Velodrome

Aaron Ramsey is the form player for Arsenal

Champions League match preview: Marseille v Arsenal

A look ahead to tonight's Champions League fixture at Stade Velodrome

Olivier Giroud runs towards Mesut Ozil after opening the scoring for Arsenal

Olivier Giroud calms fears he will miss Marseille match as Arsenal injury concerns worsen with news of Santi Cazorla absence

Giroud limped out of the 3-1 victory over Sunderland while Cazorla has been ruled out for a month with an ankle injury

Sweet and sour … Primark stars for ABF while sugar prices look sticky

The discount fashion chain Primark is outperforming its peers but sugar is starting to look a bit sticky, Associated British Foods said yesterday.

Victor Anichebe

Transfer news: Stephane Sessegnon and Victor Anichebe complete moves to West Brom

Steve Clarke boosts attacking options with late deals

Morgan Amalfitano

Transfer news: West Brom sign midfielder Morgan Amalfitano on loan

The 28-year-old joins from Marseille

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