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The Newcastle United midfielder Cheick Tiote has had his car seized by police after he was arrested on suspicion of fraud.
The Ivory Coast international was arrested on suspicion of fraud
A 39-year-old man from Gateshead was detained
The Newcastle United striker Nile Ranger was today arrested on suspicion of rape.
Police are investigating an allegation of racist abuse after Manchester City star Aleksandar Kolarov became involved in a heated exchange with a spectator at St James' Park.
A man has been arrested after ex-footballer Stan Collymore was allegedly racially abused on Twitter.
McClean chose not to wear a Remembrance Day poppy on his shirt last weekend against Everton
PFA chairman and Kick It Out ambassador Clarke Carlisle hopes the decision of some players not to wear anti-racism t-shirts will prompt discussions rather than punishments.
Martin O'Neill was today facing a decision over Lee Cattermole and Nicklas Bendtner after it emerged that the pair had been arrested on suspicion of causing criminal damage.
Lawyers tell Leveson hearing that Surrey Police were 'likely' to have been victims back in 2002
The veteran DJ and broadcaster Sir Jimmy Savile died today, sources said.
Begum Nusrat Bhutto was the wife of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, Prime Minister of Pakistan between 1973 and 1977. She suffered not only his loss, when he was hanged in April 1979 by General Zia ul Haq, but the early deaths of both her sons and of her daughter Benazir, leaving only one child, a daughter, to survive her. The beautiful Iranian-born matriarch became a focus for Bhutto's supporters during his trial and after, and petitioned the country's Supreme Court against the imposition of martial law, but lived to see her children and grandchildren bitterly divided.
Patrick Cockburn witnesses a nation – from youth and unions to middle classes – unite in strikes against cuts
The police officer accused of killing the newspaper vendor Ian Tomlinson during London's G20 protests in 2009 has pleaded not guilty to manslaughter.
The father of a man who was killed during August's riots, whose dignified plea for calm became one of the most memorable images of the country's response to the unrest, has been charged with assault over an alleged road rage incident.
Police found a series of suicide notes left by gunman Raoul Moat after he embarked on a murderous rampage, an inquest jury heard today.