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Andre Wisdom: Defender said U21s still have not got over their poor showing at the Euro finals

England Under-21s eager to shake off flops tag against Scotland

After a summer that raised some awkward questions about the health of the young English footballer, the Under-21s are back in action tonight against Scotland in a friendly at Bramall Lane.

Team of scientists create cloned glow-in-the-dark rabbits

Two rabbits in a herd of eight glow flourescent green in the dark

Police blocks the access to the Amygdaleza detention camp outside Athens, where some 1,200 mainly Asian migrants are kept under police guard

Greek police hunt migrants who escaped immigration detention centre during riot

Greek police were today searching for eight Pakistanis and two Afghans who escaped during a riot at an immigration detention centre, where human rights groups say migrants and asylum seekers face unacceptably long periods of incarceration in often appalling conditions.

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Dirk Kuyt joined Fenerbahce from Liverpool last year

Champions League: Arsenal’s opponents Fenerbahce face European expulsion

Gunners could lose the tie, then be reprieved by CAS

My life in travel: Ben Cohen, former professional rugby player

'Mauritius ticks all the boxes for me'

Arsenal drawn against Turkish side Fenerbahce in Champions League play-off

Gunners are looking to reach their 15th consecutive appearance in the group stages while Celtic will face Shakhter Karagandy

Turkish ministry report suggests psychic assassins using telepathy could be responsible for 'mysterious' deaths of four young engineers

Neuropsychology expert asks government not to rule out possibility of telepathy being responsible for suicide of engineer

Mikel Arteta (L) and Bacary Sagna (R) of Arsenal FC are given a lesson in making Sushi from a top Sushi Chef in the Urawa Royal Pines Hotel in Japan

Transfer news: Mikel Arteta expects Arsenal to start the season with 'new faces' despite frustrations

The Gunners are yet to land one of their prime targets

Demonstrators are hit by water cannon during clashes against Turkish police forces

Former head of Turkish army is one of 17 jailed for life over 'Deep State' coup plot

Ringleaders of ‘deep state’ plot are sentenced as epic trial concludes with 300 verdicts

Galatasaray's Didier Drogba scores his teams first goal of the game from the penalty spot

Arsenal 1 Galatasaray 2 match report: Didier Drogba returns to haunt Gunners as Turkish side win Emirates Cup

Gervinho looks set to complete long-awaited move to Roma after arriving in Italian capital

Didier Drogba returns to haunt Arsenal as Galatasaray win Emirates Cup

North Londoner's hunt for a trophy goes on as former Chelsea striker seals turnaround for Turkish side

16-year-old William Hague rails against the evils of socialism in his famous speech to the Conservative Party conference in 1977

National archives: William Hague? He’d be embarrassing - when Margaret Thatcher vetoed a Treasury job for the boy wonder

The annual release of secret papers from the National Archive reveals Mrs Thatcher’s scornful response to a plan to put the precocious young Tory in the Treasury

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Why did we stop eating whelks?

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The true Gaza back-story that the Israelis aren’t telling this week

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