Sport England coach Stuart Lancaster holds court at Pennyhill Park in Bagshot, Surrey

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Onassis, Novello Theatre, London

Did Aristotle Onassis really conspire in the assassination of Bobby Kennedy in 1968? And did he do so out of cultural envy, sexual jealousy, business tactics, in deference to the PLO (with whom he safeguarded his commercial airline), or mere spite?

Fuel leak halted after ships collide

A Greek tanker collided with a container ship 20 miles (30km) off the Dutch coast today and briefly leaked jet fuel into the North Sea, a Coast Guard spokesman said.

Key Nato supply route reopens

Pakistan reopened a key border crossing to Nato supply convoys heading into Afghanistan yesterday, ending an 11-day blockade imposed after a US helicopter strike killed two Pakistani soldiers.

Gunmen torch 29 more NATO oil tankers in Pakistan

Gunmen armed with a rocket torched 29 NATO oil tankers in southwestern Pakistan before dawn today, the latest attack on the supply line for international troops in Afghanistan since Pakistani authorities closed a key border crossing amid a dispute with the United States.

25 Nato fuel tankers attacked in Pakistan

Gunmen torched more than two dozen tankers carrying fuel to Nato troops and killed a driver today - the sixth attack on convoys taking supplies to Afghanistan since Pakistan closed a key border crossing almost a week ago.

Nato supply line hit by another Taliban attack on fuel tankers

The Pakistani Taliban yesterday claimed responsibility for setting fire to more than a dozen oil tankers carrying fuel for Nato troops in Afghanistan.

Taliban attacks Nato tankers in Pakistan

The Pakistani Taliban claimed responsibility today for a pre-dawn attack on tankers carrying fuel to Afghanistan for US and other Nato forces.

Militants set Nato tankers on fire

At least 20 oil tankers en route to supply Nato troops in Afghanistan were set ablaze in Pakistan yesterday by militants. Three guards were killed in the attack by a dozen gunmen near Islamabad.

Militants destroy Nato fuel tankers

Assailants launched two separate attacks on tankers carrying fuel for foreign troops in Afghanistan yesterday, a day after the Pakistani government itself shut one down.

Change of fortune for James Fisher

James Fisher's fleet of petroleum tankers turned in a profit following a recovery in volumes and spot-market rates, the marine services group said yesterday.

Train crash man still 'critical'

A 58-year-old man remains critically ill three days after suffering "life-threatening" abdominal injuries when the train he was travelling in hit a sewage tanker on a level crossing, prosecutors have said.

Tanker driver remanded over train crash

A 38-year-old man appeared in court today accused of endangering railway safety after a level crossing crash between a train and a sewage tanker in which 21 people were injured.

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Man 'critical but stable' after train crash

A 58-year-old man was in a "critical but stable" condition today after suffering "life-threatening" abdominal injuries when the train he was travelling on hit a sewage tanker on a level crossing, doctors said.

21 injured as train strikes sewage tanker

Twenty-one people were injured yesterday when a train struck a sewage tanker on a rail crossing.

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