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That Everton are even under discussion for fourth place is a miracle and – to the neutral – an unalloyed delight

Mohamed Salah, of Basel, holds off Chelsea's Frank Lampard during their Europa League semi final second leg at Stamford Bridge last May

Mohamed Salah and the Maccabi Tel Aviv handshake furore surrounding Chelsea's latest signing

Chelsea’s new signing accused of snubbing opposition before match

Israel's president Shimon Peres prepares to lay a wreath on the coffin of former prime minister Ariel Sharon

Ariel Sharon’s body lies in state outside Knesset as Israelis come to pay their respects

There will be a state memorial service for the former prime minister tomorrow before he is buried in a private ceremony at his ranch

Life on Marsden: She thought I was interesting. I had to let her know she was wrong

'Strangers don’t offer unprovoked smiles unless they want something'

Fact file: Oscar Garcia

Brighton and Hove Albion's new head coach Oscar Garcia has had an interesting career to date, including a playing career spent entirely in Spain and a management career that has included a stint in Israel.

Neil Lennon is at the centre of celebrations after Celtic clinch the title

Champions League: Celtic will play either Elfsborg or Daugava Daugavpils in qualifier

A trip to Sweden or Latvia awaits the Scottish champions

Portfolio: Andi Schmied

It's just a typical teenage vignette: a girl sits in a shopping mall slurping on a soft drink before heading off on a date. No matter that the subject, Tel Aviv octogenarian Rosi Star, is, in fact, more than a few years out of school. She had, as photographer Andi Schmied discovered, youth to burn. "One of my favourite things she said to me was how annoying her grandchildren were. She said they were always calling her, and how did they think she had time [to speak] to them?"

England’s Wilfried Zaha has been ‘outstanding’ in training

European U21 Championship: Stuart Pearce sweating as reign reaches breaking point

Under-21s must see off Norway in stifling heat to avoid exit and keep their coach in his job

'Gay rights activist' arrested over Tel Aviv gay youth centre attack that left two dead

Action comes just a day before city's annual gay pride festival

England captain Jason Lowe offers his hand to Italy's Alberto Paloschi after the game

Glenn Hoddle accuses England Under-21s of playing 'too many long balls' against Italy

The former England manager unimpressed by manner of defeat at the European U21 Championships

Igor Levit

Igor Levit, Wigmore Hall, London

Born in Russia, but rigorously trained in Germany from early childhood: a surprisingly large number of piano stars have emerged via this route, with 26-year-old Igor Levit prominent among them.

Fabio Coentrao in action against Israel

Israel 3 Portugal 3 match report: Last minute goal from Fabio Coentrao saves Portugal from defeat against Israel

The nations were inseparable before the game, both holding seven points

Stuart Pearce

England Under-21s face Italy, Norway and Israel at the 2013 European Championship finals

England learn group at eight-team tournament in Israel

British Airways offers Israel-bound passengers the chance to change destination

Any passenger currently in Israel who wishes to return early can rebook onto the next available BA flight from Tel Aviv to Heathrow

The funeral of members of the Daloo family in Gaza City yesterday; 11 members of the family were killed on Sunday in an Israeli missile attack on their house

'They killed my son. Why? There will be no answer'

Members of the family which lost four generations in one Israeli attack tell Kim Sengupta of a loss which has left them in despair

'We have lost loved ones in Gaza and so have they. We hope for peace'

The death toll mounts, as do fears of a drawn-out conflict, reports Donald Macintyre from Beit Hanoun in Gaza

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