News Activists carry posters as they shout slogans during a protest march against the gangrape and murder of a teenager, in India. The Indian politician has apologised after she said women invite rape.

She came under criticism from members of her own party who distanced themselves from her remarks

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Fifa are now at the 'forefront of governance standards' according to Sepp Blatter

President claims football's world governing body has come through a tough spell

Congress party workers clash with police at a protest after the rebel attack

‘An attack on democracy’: India reeling after Maoist rebels murder politicians

The rebels may be present in as many as 20 of India’s 28 states and active in half that number

Maoist rebels kill at least 28 people in attack on convoy carrying members of India's ruling party

The Maoist fighters set off a land-mine and than opened fire on the convoy

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Rock on! Gibraltar become Uefa memeber - but will be kept apart from Spain during qualification for Euro 2016

Gibraltar and Spain will be kept apart when the qualifying draw is made for Euro 2016 after Uefa added the fixture to a shortlist of matches that Europe’s governing body seeks to avoid at  all costs.

President of The FA Prince William, Duke of Cambridge is presented a match ball by UEFA President Michel Platini

Prince William: My money is on Bayern Munich to win 2-0 against Borussia Dortmund in final

The Duke of Cambridge made the opening speech at the UEFA Congress in London

President of The FA Prince William, Duke of Cambridge is presented a match ball by UEFA President Michel Platini

Prince William to address Uefa ahead of Champions League final

The Duke of Cambridge will open the Uefa congress

A demonstrator puts on a prison-style jumpsuit as she joins a protest beside a mock drone at the gates of Fort McNair where President Barack Obama will speak at the National Defense University in Washington

President Barack Obama defends US drone strikes - but moves to rein them in as Guantanamo Bay closure rears its head again

US President seeks to assuage anger – at  home and abroad – over unmanned flight attacks

A US Senate investigation into the tax affairs of Apple has shone an uncomfortable spotlight on Ireland's tax

'Europe's tax haven' Ireland faces criticism over Apple's tax bill

Government defends itself against accusations of being Europe's onshore tax haven

FA on collision course with Uefa over five-game racism ban

Next week Uefa's congress in London will vote on a 10-game minimum ban

President Obama to make new effort to close Guantanamo Bay after mass hunger strike

Over 100 of 166 inmates now taking part in protest against indefinite detention

Dr Kermit Gosnell's clinic was a last resort for underprivileged women seeking late-term abortions

The doctor, the late-term abortions and the murder case that divides America

At first it seemed like a grisly backwater murder trial in which a Philadelphia abortion doctor was accused of killing a number of viable foetuses and an adult patient. But the case of Dr Kermit Gosnell has now burst on to the national stage, galvanising both sides of America’s never-resolved debate about a woman’s right to choose.

Indira Gandhi mob inquiry to be reopened

A court has ordered the reopening of an investigation  related to the killings of thousands of Sikhs following the assassination of prime minister Indira Gandhi in 1984.

Rahul Gandhi's India – a beehive of buzzing thoughts

Gandhi’s problem is that he is starting from a very low base in his current bid to win public acceptability

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