Death of Temir Issakunov is the first case of bubonic plague in the country for over 30 years
Former Foreign Office employee says he has been abandoned, despite refusing to spy on UK
It’s alright for some, isn’t it?
Owner Kroenke to be tempted with £350m profit on his shares but is likely to stand firm
British number one reaches third round
Arsenal manager has been under pressure
Actor is the latest high profile figure to leave France after a series of wealth tax hikes
The French actor Gérard Depardieu is to star in a drama penned by the daughter of Uzbekistan’s brutal dictator, according to reports.
Oscar Pistorius today expressed delight at being handed a chance to add to his medal collection after South Africa were given a place in the 4x400metres relay final on appeal.
The critic without a ticket: It had nothing to do with the fact that the winner hailed from nowhere further than Great Yarmouth
The actual tennis of Wimbledon is played in Southfields, two Tube stops away from the famous suburb, but that doesn't stop the world and his tennis partner from descending on the Village like the Assyrians on Jerusalem. What they find to eat when they arrive can be uninspiring. For every good, reliable restaurant (such as San Lorenzo Fuoriporto at the bottom of the hill), there are too many yawn-making gastropubs, chains and iffy spice houses.
Top seed Andy Murray showed no mercy to doubles partner Marcos Baghdatis today as he cruised to a 6-2 6-2 victory in the quarter-finals of the ATP Brisbane International.
The chairman of Bell Pottinger's parent group has launched an internal investigation after this week's controversy about the lobbying company.
Lord Bell last night sought to answer questions about Bell Pottinger's audit trail for the company's work in Belarus, after one of his most senior executives cast doubt on who had been paying for its work in Europe's last dictatorship.
Bell Pottinger suggested that a minimum age for child labour could improve Uzbekistan's reputation