'We only found out when we got here. We came looking for our place, and then we saw that we had this column in front,' says a disappointed fan
Many previous venues have not been used after hosting the events they were built for
However, Russian officials deny a diplomat was man who fought off attacker amid conflicting reports over his identity
It is the latest in a number of incidents surrounding the torch relay
‘Serious economic crisis’ blamed on tax shortfall as country’s oil revenues slide
Mr Hunt, a 25-year-old electrician, went missing on 21 May after leaving Rio’s airport during a world trip with his friend
Instead of roaming wide across the world, key luxury brands have chosen to present their 2017 resort season wares in and around London. They’re imbued with a touch of eccentric Britishness – but they’re geared to the rich tastes of the capital’s burgeoning number of billionaires, both residents and tourists, says Alexander Fury
'I fell asleep and woke up in a different place with a man underneath me, another one on top and two others holding my hands'
The event casts further doubt on Brazil's readiness for one of the world's biggest sporting events
Kashmira Gander talks to the women behind a Hackney restaurant offering not only employment but a creative outlet
'Don't go in if you want to leave within a week' says one pilot of Paris' main airport
Frightened citizens will be able to use a new app to report assaults and killings by officers
Celebrate the Bard’s birthday and lap up the Olympic atmosphere in Brazil
With global events distorting prices to certain tourist destinations, it pays to look ahead. Simon Calder offers his advice.
Volunteers have been distributing donated toys to children living in the Maré Favela, home to around 130,000 people.
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