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

EU awards Sakharov human rights prize to Malala Yousafzai

The 16-year-old has been living in Birmingham since being shot on a school bus in Pakistan

A view of Olympic venues and accommodation complex is seen through the window of an abandoned bus in the Adler district of Sochi

Images show Sochi’s race against the clock ahead of next year’s Winter Olympics

Despite Russia's $50bn investment,  the Games could still be an embarrassing flop

Iran's Foreign Minister hospitalised with 'pains' brought on by newspaper claims

Iran’s Foreign Minister and chief nuclear negotiator went to hospital with pains he said were brought on by a hardline newspaper quoting him as saying President Hassan Rouhani’s phone call with President Barack Obama was a mistake.

King's female advisers query Saudi Arabia's driving ban for women

Female members of the Shura Council, which advises King Abdullah, have proposed allowing women to drive, challenging a tradition upheld by the deeply conservative clerical establishment.

Cristiano Ronaldo scores against Northern Ireland

'Eusebio should not be sad' says Cristiano Ronaldo as comparison debate rages in Portugal

The Real Madrid forward overtook his countryman's tally for the national team last month

President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner will have brain surgery in Buenos Aires

Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has surgery to remove blood from the surface of her brain

Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has had surgery to remove blood from the surface of her brain, sidelining her three weeks ahead of a key mid-term election and at the apex of a rancorous court battle with the nation’s “holdout” creditors.

Prosecutors claim Madoff enlisted the help of Joann Crupi to make up trading records

Did Bernie Madoff act alone in Ponzi scheme fraud? Trial of five former employees begins

When Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme first came to light, Wall Street was shocked by the scope of the fraud. At $65bn, it rendered even the most seasoned traders – people who are used to dealing with millions everyday –speechless. But there was more to come, for when the disgraced financier subsequently claimed that he had acted alone, everybody was left wondering how one man could have perpetrated such an immense fraud over so many years.

A soldier helps people inside Westgate mall on Saturday

Kenya mall attack: Military names four suspects after CCTV of Westgate siege is broadcast

Major Emmanuel Chirchir, spokesman for the Kenya Defence Forces has identified four men as gunmen in the attacks

The scene in Mombasa

Mombasa riots: At least four killed in Kenyan port city after imam killing

Ibrahim Omar and three others were shot dead as on Thursday

Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono

Indonesia president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono under pressure as corruption investigators arrest top judge

Indonesia's anti-corruption agency has arrested the chief justice and head of the Constitutional Court, the latest in a string of scandals coming to light in President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono's attempts to crack down on graft.

At least 17 killed in suicide bomb attacks in north-west Pakistan

At least 17 people have been killed in north-west Pakistan after suicide bombers targeted the commander of a pro-government militia. Another 20 people were injured in the attack.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Angel Di Maria

Champions League: Angel Di Maria refuses to give up place as he and Cristiano Ronaldo score doubles for Real Madrid

The Spanish side beat FC Copenhagen 4-0 at the Bernabeu

Thomas Mueller, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Franck Ribery celebrate a comfortable victory for Bayern

Shareholders want Bill Gates's Microsoft exit

Bill Gates co-founded Microsoft in the mid-seventies and went on to build the business into a software behemoth that shaped the digital lives of hundreds of millions of people around the world.

Jim Armitage: Reuters' staff are soon to suffer the storm's wrath

Outlook Sad news filtering out from the venerable Reuters media group last night: 150 job cuts coming soon to the UK and European offices.

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