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China's President Xi Jinping and Britain's PM David Cameron to discuss fight against extremism
Fossils found in Chinese cave rewrite history of human migration out of Africa
London police call off guard at Assange's Ecuador embassy bolt-hole
Claudio Ranieri urges Leicester to not concede first against Arsenal
Chelsea’s Diego Costa and Arsenal’s Gabriel are both charged by FA after Stamford Bridge battle

Chelsea striker Diego Costa and Arsenal’s Gabriel have both been charged by the Football Association after incidents in Saturday’s bad-tempered Premier League derby at Stamford Bridge.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:54PM

Chelsea striker Diego Costa and Arsenal’s Gabriel have both been charged by the Football Association after incidents in Saturday’s bad-tempered Premier League derby at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea’s Diego Costa and Arsenal’s Gabriel are both charged by FA after Stamford Bridge battle
Manchester United seal four-year deal for French forward Anthony Martial just before transfer window closes

Manchester United have completed the signing of Anthony Martial from Monaco on a four-year deal, the Premier League club said on Tuesday. The transfer fee was undisclosed, but British media reports have estimated it to be around 36 million pounds (HK$429.6 million).

20 Jul 2018 - 2:54PM

Manchester United have completed the signing of Anthony Martial from Monaco on a four-year deal, the Premier League club said on Tuesday. The transfer fee was undisclosed, but British media reports have estimated it to be around 36 million pounds (HK$429.6 million).

Manchester United seal four-year deal for French forward Anthony Martial just before transfer window closes
Men need more sex than women so decriminalise UK sex trade, says academic
Oil balance of power shifts as US shale drillers and Opec producers vie for influence
India's independence leader Mahatma Gandhi gets London statue
Aung San Suu Kyi says wants West to spur reform in Myanmar, not reimpose sanctions
Oil giant Shell offers 30 million pounds to settle Nigeria compensation claims

Royal Dutch Shell is ready to pay up to 30 million British pounds in compensation for two oil spills in Nigeria in 2008, but lawyers reject offer and say it may face a far bigger pay out after a London court ruled it could be liable for damages.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:53PM

Royal Dutch Shell is ready to pay up to 30 million British pounds in compensation for two oil spills in Nigeria in 2008, but lawyers reject offer and say it may face a far bigger pay out after a London court ruled it could be liable for damages.

Oil giant Shell offers 30 million pounds to settle Nigeria compensation claims
Anti-European Union party makes gains in UK local elections after early results
'End the failed war on drugs', urges group including Nobel economists
British consumer watchdog to test for lamb takeaway meals for meat substitution
Liverpool greats to mark 25th anniversary of Hillsborough
Dave Lee Travis 'living a nightmare' after judge orders sex assault retrial
Less than a third of Scots plan to vote for independence: poll
Anti-European Union party beats Conservatives into third place in UK vote
UK fraud prosecutor seeks extra funds for Libor, other cases
Trebling tax on tobacco ‘could prevent 200 million early deaths’
UK rushes out welfare curbs to deter applications from East European migrants
Britain protests to Spain over Gibraltar diplomatic bag incident
Chile coach lauds two-goal Alexis after Wembley win
News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks' voicemail was hacked

Rebekah Brooks, the former editor of Britain’s News of the World on trial for phone-hacking, had her own voicemail repeatedly targeted by the private investigator working for her newspaper, a court in London heard on Wednesday.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:53PM

Rebekah Brooks, the former editor of Britain’s News of the World on trial for phone-hacking, had her own voicemail repeatedly targeted by the private investigator working for her newspaper, a court in London heard on Wednesday.

News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks' voicemail was hacked
Hacked voicemails found in safe at Murdoch’s UK company, court told
British lawmakers demand review of Prince Charles’s tax affairs
Chelsea owner Abramovich faces US$6b court ruling
England, Germany, France win, but Italy stumble
Defoe double earns Villas-Boas first Spurs win
Prince Harry happy to laugh at himself