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Arsene Wenger gives the clearest indication yet that he may step down as Arsenal boss, after his side suffer their sixth defeat in nine games.
British Prime Minister Cameron says he does not have any offshore funds, after leaked Panama documents showed his father had been using a law firm to avoid tax.
The German anti-immigration and anti-Islam group, PEGIDA, holds its first official march in the United Kingdom, as several thousand of its supporters also turn out in Germany’s Dresden. Gavino Garay reports.
Wales head coach Warren Gatland says he couldn’t ask any more of his players as they overcome even more injury problems to beat England 28-25 at Twickenham in their Rugby World Cup Pool A game. England head coach Stuart Lancaster rues his team’s ill-discipline and emphasises the importance of their next match against Australia.
Rugby World Cup organisers hope for a lucrative tournament after Japanese fans empty shelves of merchandise at a London rugby store following their team’s stunning victory over South Africa in the Rugby World Cup
British Prime Minister David Cameron sets out a five-year strategy to tackle extremism in the country, vowing to take on those responsible for radicalising young British Muslims and demanding that internet companies do more to help.
Innocent Alabama man, Anthony Hinton, walks free after almost 30 years on death row for murder.
Co-owners of dog who died shortly after competing at Crufts, apparently from eating poisoned meat, say they refuse to blame another exhibitor and are determined to continue showing their animals.