Voices A protestor is hit by water sprayed from a water cannon during clashes in Taksim Square

To bring them in would be deeply damaging to the principle of policing by consent

Alexander Lebedev faced charges of punching the tycoon Sergei Polonsky

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Prosecutor shocks court with late withdrawal of accusation that punches were politically motivated

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Violence on the streets as 250,000 more protesters in Brazil disrupt Confederation Cup matches

Demonstrations continues in a dozen cities despite government attempts to appease protesters

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Doug Lucie says his 1980s play about privilege and the disaffected still rings true

Robbie Keane pictures training at Wembley

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The sides meet for the first time since 1995

Maria Alekhina, Ekaterina Samutsevich and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova in court in 2012

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England v Republic of Ireland: Ashley Cole to captain Roy Hodgson's team at Wembley in celebration of 100th cap

England face Ireland on the international stage for the first time since a game was abandoned due to rioting at Lansdowne Road in 1995

Residents look on with disbelief as cars lay burnt out on the street (Getty Images)

Stockholm riots: Clashes grip suburbs as violence flares for fifth night

Groups from local mosques have been patrolling the streets of Husby, pleading with youths for calm

A view of Gibraltar

Rock on! Gibraltar become Uefa memeber - but will be kept apart from Spain during qualification for Euro 2016

Gibraltar and Spain will be kept apart when the qualifying draw is made for Euro 2016 after Uefa added the fixture to a shortlist of matches that Europe’s governing body seeks to avoid at  all costs.

The trial of the businessman Alexander Lebedev has descended into farce as witnesses admitted they had been pressured into attending the court case by investigators

Alexander Lebedev witnesses say they were coerced into testifying

Court hears evidence from people who only saw the alleged assault on television

Pussy Riot member, Maria Alekhina, denied parole

A court has denied parole to a member of the Pussy Riot punk group.

Jailed Pussy Riot members Maria Alyokhina and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova in court in Moscow.

Russian court rejects Pussy Riot parole bid despite plea from Sir Paul McCartney

A Russian court has denied parole to a member of the Pussy Riot punk group.

England fans

England fans warned against singing anti-IRA songs at Wembley by Roy Hodgson

The Three Lions will be playing Ireland for the first time since 1995

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Police stand by their armoured vehicles as a car burns following violence east Belfast in January

Northern Ireland's top policeman gives wake-up call on paramilitaries

Security sources say they would not be surprised if dissidents were to stage an incident during G8 summit

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