Togo team 'should not have taken bus'

Togo's national football team, who were ambushed by gunmen on their way to the African Nations Cup in Angola yesterday, failed to inform local organisers of the competition they were coming by bus.

Adebayor: Togo ready to pull out of ANC

Emmanuel Adebayor admitted a lot of hisTogo team-mates wanted to pull out of the African Nations Cup at the earliest opportunity following the attack on their team bus in Angola yesterday in which two players were shot and their bus driver was killed.

Togo footballers injured as gunmen ambush team bus on road to Angola

Manchester City's Emmanuel Adebayor says team may quit African Nations Cup after terrifying ordeal

Togo team bus attacked in Angola

Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor escaped unharmed after a bus carrying the Togo national team came under attack from gunfire in Angola.

Adebayor: 'Africa has given us a lot – now we have to give something back'

From continental bragging rights to Ivory Coast's coming elections – the African Nations Cup is about more than simply outstanding football. Emmanuel Adebayor and Kolo Touré tell Ian Herbert what it means to them

Airline 'bomber' had been banned from Britain

The man at the centre of the failed Detroit airliner bomb plot had been banned from entering Britain, it was disclosed today.

Abdulmutallab: 'Good-looking, bright and heading for the top. What a waste'

A serious teenager who skipped the school disco, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab seemed to classmates at the expensive British School in Togo, west Africa, to be studious, good-looking and from a wealthy family – heading, like many of them, for a top job in a lucrative profession.

Video clip warned of fresh terror attack

Al Qaida warned of a terror attack just days before a former British student allegedly attempted to blow up a transatlantic airliner carrying 278 passengers, it was revealed tonight.

Adebayor: Born again

Arsenal fans dubbed him lazy and disruptive. Now he's the toast of City, with three goals in three league games. As the striker faces his old club, Ian Herbert speaks to managers past and present, and the man himself, to trace his second coming

Adebayor keen to prove point

New recruit offers candid defence of City move and sets sights on top four place

Togo to brave Wenger anger by playing Adebayor

Togo look set to risk the wrath of the Arsenal manager, Arsène Wenger, by playing striker Emmanuel Adebayor in their World Cup qualifier against Cameroon. The 25-year-old has been out since the start of last month with a hamstring injury and is not due back in action until after the international break, but still travelled to Accra ahead of tomorrow's game.

Adebayor insists Gunners still on target for title

Emmanuel Adebayor maintains that Arsenal "still have the chance to do something" in the title race despite slipping out of the top four of the Premier League.

Adebayor sets personal concerns aside

Arsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor has revealed he returned to international football with Togo for the sake of the Africans' "future".

70 migrants feared missing off Malta

Some 70 African migrants are feared missing in the central Mediterranean after a large rubber dinghy taking them to Europe capsized, the Malta representative of the UN refugee agency said yesterday.

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