World Cup qualifiers: Australia sack Holger Osieck after Socceroos humiliated again – this time by France

The thinking behind Australia’s switch in football federations from Oceania to Asia in 2006 was that it would raise standards in both their domestic and international sides. It has not quite worked out like that so far.

Galaxy Round: The Samsung smartphone with curved 5.7-inch screen

New smartphone will only be available in Korea

Thomas: Won first vault medal

Gymnastics World Championships: Kristian Thomas takes world bronze in vault

Kristian Thomas clinched a bronze medal in the vault on the final day of the Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in Antwerp on Sunday.

Jim Armitage: Ignore the critics, Phil, you're the grocer we need

Outlook David Cameron may not have a clue how much a supermarket value loaf of bread costs, but Tesco's shoppers certainly do. With the cost of goods rising and wages not keeping up, Brits' bank balances are not enjoying the economic recovery the Prime Minister so delightedly championed yesterday.

Babcock takes nuclear option for new name

Engineer Babcock International is renaming its £270m-turnover civil nuclear division after Henry Cavendish, the 18th-century physicist who discovered hydrogen (right), having been banned from using its own name.

South Korean Cho Jang-geum, 81, weeps as she fills out an application form to reunite with her family members who are living in North Korea

North Korea cancels reunions for families separated by war with the South

Seoul criticises reclusive neighbour's 'inhumane behaviour'

A South Korean guard is on patrol at the customs, immigration and quarantine office as South Korean workers approach Kaesong Park on 16 September.

Kaesong Park open for business: North and South Korea resume cooperative project

Inter-Korean industrial complex reopens after months of political negotiation

Suzann Pettersen celebrates her Evian win

Suzann Pettersen holds off teenage challenger Lydia Ko

How do you like your champagne moments? Suzann Pettersen posted her entry with victory at the Evian Championship to claim her second major championship. An eight-footer for par at the last to give her a two-shot victory over 16-year-old prodigy Lydia Ko triggered an avalanche of corks at the foot of the Alps.

A conceptual image of the outside of the Infinity Tower during the daytime

Superpower tower: The invisible skyscraper

The South Korean government has just approved plans for a skyscraper which can become 'invisible'.

A parade of the Worker-Peasant Red Guards and a mass rally in Pyongyang in celebration of the 65th anniversary of North Korea

Fisherman kidnapped by North Korea escapes back to the South after 41 years in captivity

Man captured by North Korea in 1972 has returned home after 41 years

North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un

North Korea nuclear production may have restarted, images show

Plutonium enrichment plant closed in 2007 as part of aid deal

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

Palace’s Kagisho Dikgacoi stands an outside chance of reaching the World Cup with South Africa

World Cup qualifiers: Crunch time for 87 teams dreaming of Rio glory

As World Cup qualifying comes to a climax, some surprising names are still in the hat

Great Britain ended a successful World Championships in Chengdu by taking their first-ever gold medal in the men's eight event

Rowing: Britain win first men’s eight gold

Great Britain ended a successful World Championships in Chengdu by taking their first-ever gold medal in the men’s eight event.

Samsung to launch child-friendly tablet: the Galaxy Tab 3 Kids

Rubberised casing and advanced Parental Controls will help keep both children and the tablet safe,

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A Canadian festival has banned Native American headwear. Haven't we been here before?
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