Sport Emmanuel Frimpong

The 22-year old made a total of 16 first-team appearances for the Gunners

London 2012: Sudan confirms three Olympic athletes have gone missing and are expected to seek asylum in Britain

Spokesman for Sudanese embassy in London said Al-Nazeer Abdul Gadir has already applied for asylum, while Sadam Hussein and Osman Yahya Omar are missing and expected to lodge their own claims soon.

Chicago Bulls star believes there's been little recognition of what GB’s squad have achieved

Deng happy to go extra mile for GB

We've always been knocked down, whether it's by other team coaches or whether it's by the fans

Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir (left) shakes hands with his South Sudanese counterpart Salva Kiir (right) following a meeting in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa

Leaders of two Sudans meet to discuss deal on borders and oil

Presidents’ meeting raises hope for a peaceful resolution of ongoing conflict

UK Border Agency slams decision on child rapist deportation

The UK Border Agency has reacted with fury to a court ruling allowing a Sudanese asylum seeker who raped a 12-year-old girl to remain in Britain.

Hijacker's case will be reviewed

An Iraqi man arrested at Stansted Airport after he helped to hijack an airliner has won the latest round of his 16-year fight to stay in the UK.

Stansted hijacker wins Home Office challenge

An Iraqi man arrested at Stansted Airport after taking part in the hijack of an airliner today won the latest round of a 16-year fight to stay in the UK.

Military veterans parade during an Independence day ceremony in Juba yesterday

South Sudan independence celebrations marred by threat of war

Military veterans parade during an Independence day ceremony in Juba yesterday while tens of thousands gathered under a sweltering sun to celebrate the first birthday of the world's youngest nation – an event marred by dire economic hardships and a near-constant threat of war.

Refugees queue at the Yida camp in South Sudan last week

Government accused of double standards on Sudan

Peer says UK businesses encouraged to trade with regime of a president wanted for war crimes

Tyres burn during protests in Khartoum last week. Bigger demonstrations are expected this weekend

Has the Arab Spring now spread to Sudan?

Protesters take to the streets of Khartoum to demand democracy and lower prices

Israel deports Sudanese migrants

Israel expelled 120 South Sudanese yesterday, starting what could develop into the deportation of thousands of illegal African migrants.

Israel begins rounding up African migrants

Israeli authorities say they have detained dozens of migrants from South Sudan who have entered the country illegally.

Shakespeare's Globe: All the world comes to a London stage

Proving all's well that ends well, Shakespeare's Globe has sold 85,000 tickets for its festival of the Bard's plays performed in 37 different languages, "wildly" exceeding expectations.

Former Liberian leader Charles Taylor jailed for 50 years

Former Liberian President Charles Taylor was jailed for 50 years today for helping rebels commit what a court in The Hague called some of the worst war crimes in history.

British hostage Patrick Noonan freed in Sudan

A British aid worker has been released almost three months after being kidnapped by an armed gang in Sudan.

Deng clear to play for Team GB – but at a cost

British Basketball's performance director, Chris Spice, has opened a war of words with the NBA and the Chicago Bulls over Luol Deng's availability for this summer's Olympic Games.

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