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The Morocco international ends his loan spell with the Cottagers to move to Serie A

Everton striker Romelu Lukaku pictured receiving treatment during the Merseyside derby

Everton relief with news Romelu Lukaku injury will keep him out for 'weeks rather than months'

The on-loan striker was taken off during the 4-0 drubbing being dished out by Liverpool

Ninety flatulent cows start fire at dairy farm in Germany

Methane gas build-up and a static charge created an explosion in a cow shed

Britain's economy 'growing at fastest pace since 2007' crash, says CBI

Britain's economic output grew at its fastest pace in January since September 2007, the Confederation of British Industry said today

Apple's shares were down on Monday

Apple shares tumble despite record sales

The firm sold a record 51 million iphones and 26 million iPads but profits from October to January - usually a bumper period - remained flat

British-born car executive Karl Slym may have committed suicide, say Thai police

The body of Karl Slym, 51, was discovered at the foot of the Shangri-La hotel in Bangkok

Rafael Nadal celebrates his victory over Federer

Australian Open 2014: Roger Federer slips to Swiss number two following semi-final defeat to Rafael Nadal

The Spaniard won despite a large blister causing him pain throughout and will now play the new Swiss number one Stanislas Wawrinka in Sunday's final

Robert Lewandowski

Robert Lewandowski denies getting out of his car to hit angry teenager

It's alleged that the teenager made an offensive gesture over the striker's upcoming move from Borussia Dortmund to Bayern Munich

The rise of Adnan Januzaj is in line with United's tradition of giving youth its chance

Reaching the Pope is easier than speaking to the father of Manchester United forward Adnan Januzaj, claims Albania coach

The 18-year-old could be eligible to play for a number of countries - with the battle for his services well under way

Thai anti-government protesters march as part of their ongoing rallies in downtown Bangkok

Thailand declares state of emergency in bid to quell Bangkok protests

Bangkok and its surrounding provinces will be subject to the decree for 60 days

Ossie Ardiles has been involved in a car crash in the Falkland Islands

Ossie Ardiles and Ricky Villa car crash: Former Tottenham midfielder Ardiles 'fine' following accident in the Falkland Islands

Argentinian footballing legend airlifted to hospital following car crash with son Pablo confirming he has had 20 stitches in his head

A crime scene vehicle outside the house

Four-year-old boy dies in Detroit after being shot by cousin who found gun in relative's home

A four-year-old has died in America after his cousin shot him whilst playing with a rifle she found at their grandparents' home.

Juan Martin Del Potro was beating in the second round of the Australian Open by Roberto Bautista

Australian Open 2014: Juan Martin Del Potro crashes out after shock five-set defeat to Spain's Roberto Bautista

Former Grand Slam winner becomes the first major casualty of the men's singles draw after his second round exit

China confirms hypersonic nuclear missile carrier flight test

China has accused US media of using the opportunity to 'hype' China threat

Bangkok shutdown: Thai anti-government protesters continue demonstrations

Thousands are continuing to blockade major intersections for a second day in a bid to topple Thailand's government

James Moore: Look out – now the heat is on, the regulators are stripping for action

Outlook The international investigation into banks' foreign exchange trading is fast becoming the hottest ticket in town. The latest to arrive at the party is the US Federal Reserve, joining yesterday after the first round of cocktails had been served to the US Securities & Exchange Commission, Britain's Financial Conduct Authority, the European Commission, Switzerland's markets regulator (the Finma), and its competition regulator (the Weko).

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