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

Kaka back in training with AC Milan

Kaka refuses wages after sustaining injury on return for AC Milan

The Brazilian midfielder has only just returned from Real Madrid

Billionaire investor Prince Alwaleed values Twitter at $15bn but doubts from the market remain

Billionaire investor Alwaleed bin Talal has given a public vote of confidence in microblogging site Twitter’s upcoming IPO, stating that he does not intend to sell any of his shares in the site when it hits the market.

The Costa Concordia ship lies on its side on the Tuscan Island of Giglio

Costa Concordia’s long voyage from its watery grave to the wrecking yard begins

The ship has rotated by a number of degrees, exposing several metres of previously submerged hull

Israel Folau touches down for a try for Australia against Argentina

Australia 14 Argentina 13 match report: Israel Folau try breaks Wallabies' four-game losing streak and lifts them off bottom of the table

Puma fight-back not enough as they fall just short in their search for a first win in the Rugby Championship

Should football be braced for the abolition of the transfer window?

Football set to challenge legality of window in move that could have Bosman-rule level of impact

JACK WILSHERE: Gave the ball away far too often and lost his radar in the final third. Did not shy away but never got going. 5/10

Ukraine 0 England 0: Jack Wilshere says England expect to qualify for World Cup despite draw

Qualification remains in the Three Lions' hands

Neymar departs the field after a Brazil game

Neymar shines for Brazil in 3-0 win over Portugal

World Cup hosts confirm status as one of the favourites to triumph next summer

Czech Republic coach resigns following defeat to Italy

Michal Bilek quits with qualification for World Cup unlikely

Kenyan Vice-President denies crimes against humanity at International Criminal Court

The Deputy President played a key role in the post-election bloodbath that engulfed Kenya in 2008, the International Criminal Court’s prosecutor told judges at the opening of his trial today.

Fifa president Sepp Blatter has caused controversy with his comments about the 2022 World Cup in Qatar

Sepp Blatter admits awarding Qatar the 2022 World Cup may have been 'mistake'

The Fifa president wants the tournament to now be moved to the winter

Delhi bus gang-rape trial: Four men face death penalty

India receives an answer over the attack and killing of a medical student on a bus in the capital last December, as the men face sentencing - and the prospect of capital punishment - tomorrow

Boko Haram has fought against the government since 2009, demanding Sharia law

Nigerian army claims to have killed 50 Boko Haram fighters

Soldiers in Nigeria have found and killed 50 Boko Haram fighters, the army has claimed.

Say 'fromage!' - François Hollande's moment of madness

Say fromage! Agency denies censorship after withdrawing 'gormless' picture of Francois Hollande

Agence France Presse transmitted the unflattering picture to clients on Tuesday, then quickly issued a 'Mandatory Kill' order

Chelsea Manning seeks a presidential pardon

Chelsea Manning is seeking a presidential pardon for sending classified information to WikiLeaks, which she says she did “out of a love for my country and sense of duty to others”, according to documents released today.

PMI: UK services sector growth at six-year high

New business at companies ranging from restaurants to law firms expanded at the sharpest rate for more than 16 years

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