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Dozens killed, hundreds injured, scores of police officers taken hostage by protesters as EU agrees sanctions over ‘unacceptable’ violence, but Moscow urges regime to assert itself

Goalkeeper Tim Krul hopes to be fit for Newcastle restart

Newcastle keeper Tim Krul targets start of season after surgery

Newcastle goalkeeper Tim Krul is already targeting the start of the new season as he continues his recovery from surgery.

Roy Hodgson has rejected Gary Lineker's claim that England's tactics against the Republic of Ireland were a 'step back to the dark ages'

Premier League fixtures do few favours for England's World Cup hopes

England manager Roy Hodgson is said to be disappointed with the scheduling

World Cup qualifying: England lifted as nine-man Montenegro suffer home humiliation

England’s hopes of reaching the World Cup finals in Brazil next year were boosted last night when group leaders Montenegro were thrashed 4-0 at home in a bad-tempered game by Ukraine.

Fernandinho's arrival puts the futures of Javi Garcia and Gareth Barry at risk

Fernandinho wrote off £4m in bonuses to secure £30m move to Manchester City

The Brazil international becomes City's first official signing

Billionaires defeated in bid to grab control of JKX Oil

The controversial Ukrainian and Russian billionaires attempting to oust the boss of JKX Oil and Gas were crushingly defeated by an army of small shareholders last night after a meeting in which one demanded they "get their tanks off our lawn".

Trial of Femen protesters begins in Tunisia

The trial of three European feminists charged with public indecency after demonstrating topless in front of Tunisia’s Palace of Justice began in Tunis today.

Glenn Moore: Tonight's the night to play Theo Walcott up front

‘An injury to one player gives a chance to another’. It is a managerial cliché, rarely believed by anyone, but there could be a silver lining in England’s injury crisis in Rio de Janeiro tonight. With Daniel Sturridge, Danny Welbeck and Andy Carroll injured, and Jermain Defoe carrying Achilles-heel damage, the opportunity arises to play Theo Walcott where the Arsenal youngster wants to play: at the head of the attack.

Sergei Pomazun, a former convict, who is the main suspect of a shooting on April 22 in Belgorod

Man wanted for massacre of six people in Belgorod captured after manhunt

Sergei Pomazun arrested by two transport police as he tried to flee the city on a freight train

Dynamo Kiev ordered to play games behind closed doors following 'racist conduct by their supporters'

Uefa hand down punishment which applies to European competition

Sandstorm, By Lindsey Hilsum

From the slew of books on the Arab Spring, Hilsum’s account of Gaddafi’s fall stands out for background, detail and sheer readability.

The burning boat in Broadchurch has forced Viking River Cruises to pull out of sponsorship for now

River cruise firm pulls ITV Broadchurch sponsorship over burning boat scene

It was a twist which left viewers of the ITV murder mystery drama Broadchurch baffled.

Poland and Ukraine increase pressure on England in Group H

Poland went above their Euro 2012 co-hosts and into third on goal difference after thrashing bottom side San Marino

Roy Hodgson is refusing to bill Tuesday's clash with Montenegro as a group decider

Roy Hodgson refuses to dub England's match with Montenegro a 'group decider'

Roy Hodgson is refusing to bill Tuesday's clash with Montenegro as a group decider.

England and Tottenham midfielder Scott Parker

Scott Parker rediscovers England hunger ahead of World Cup qualifiers

The Tottenham midfielder returned from Euro 2012 needing surgery

Phone home: Vlod and Sasha with family at their wedding

Grace Dent on TV: A Very British Wedding

I don't know why this wedding involves a vodka syringe, but if you actually like people it's a delight

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