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VIDEO: Moment earthquake hit New Zealand

A magnitude 5.8 earthquake shook the New Zealand city of Christchurch on Sunday.
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Murder charge after woman's body found

A man is charged with murder after a woman was found dead in a house in Bury, Greater Manchester.
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Row over US Supreme Court future

The death of one of the most conservative members of the US Supreme Court, Justice Antonin Scalia, sparks a battle for its control.
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Hammond: EU talks will go down to wire

Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond says Britain needs a "robust deal" for staying in the EU, which will only be decided when European heads of government meet on Thursday.
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Arsenal 0-0 Leicester LIVE score: Per Mertesacker starts in Gunners defence for key title battle

It's a crucial Sunday in the race for the Premier League title and it begins with Leicester City travelling to Arsenal hoping to open up a giant gap over the Gunners. Follow the action here.
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Zach LaVine declares 2016 NBA Slam Dunk Contest the best ever after beating Aaron Gordon in All-Star Game curtain-raiser

Zach LaVine called it the best dunk contest ever after the Minnesota Timberwolves' shooting guard beat Orlando Magic's Aaron Gordon in a clash to rival Michael Jordan and Dominique Wilkins'.
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'Final hurdle' in Scots fiscal talks

The Scottish and UK governments are to meet in a bid to clear the "final hurdle" in talks over a fiscal framework for devolved powers.
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'Excruciating' for Scotland in Cardiff

Tom English analyses another agonising defeat for Scotland in the Six Nations as Wales' go-to men deliver.
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Self-employed 'need more support'

Self-employed workers should get more support in running their businesses, says a review commissioned by the government from a leading entrepreneur.
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The dating apps taking on Tinder

Valentine's Day drives big audiences to dating apps - but with market leader Tinder boasting 26 million matches daily, is there room for competition?
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Arsenal vs Leicester City key clashes: Where Sunday's Premier League showdown will be won and lost

LAURIE WHITWELL takes a close look at where Sunday's Emirates Stadium showdown between the Premier League title rivals will be won and lost
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UK band Viola Beach 'killed in Sweden'

Five British nationals die in a car crash in Sweden, the Foreign Office says, and it is understood members of the indie band Viola Beach were killed.
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Cliffs fall in New Zealand earthquake

Cliffs collapse in New Zealand during an 5.7 magnitude earthquake in the city of Christchurch, days before the anniversary of the deadly 2011 quake.
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Not just fur coats and Hermes handbags: Gstaad is one of the classiest ski resorts in the world but it's not just for the global elite

At Gstaad in the Swiss Alps MailOnline Travel's Sue Ryan discovers a range of accommodation, from the humble B&B to a glamorous palace hotel.
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Cyprus aims to heal its great divide

Hope is growing that decades of division between northern and southern Cyprus could be coming to an end, says Greg Dawson.
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South Africa vs England SCORECARD LIVE: Follow the decisive ODI from Cape Town

The five-match ODi series between South Africa and England is locked at 2-2 with the decider set for Cape Town. Follow the latest score with from the crucial match with our scoreboard
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VIDEO: US urges Turkey to halt militia shelling

The United States has called on Turkey to stop shelling a Kurdish militia group in northern Syria.
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The biting wit of Justice Antonin Scalia

Conservative US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, who has died aged 79, was renowned for his biting wit and sarcasm.
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VIDEO: Pope: Bishops must work harder in Mexico

Pope Francis has urged Mexico's political and church leaders to work much harder to provide security and justice for their citizens.
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VIDEO: Broken-hearted elephant goes on car rampage

An elephant in southern China has taken out his frustration on a row of cars after losing out on a female mate to a love rival.
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Now THAT'S getting away from it all: The most remote places in Britain to stay include a sea fort in the Solent, a Highland castle and a cottage hidden in Snowdonia's forest

If you want to get away from it all, you don't always have to travel to a far-flung location. Some of the most remote places to stay can be found here right here in Britain.
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Hotel Sofitel Paris le Faubourg is a hub for Paris Fashion Week

Hotel Sofitel Paris le Faubourg, located around the corner from one of the most fashionable streets in the world, was recently overhauled by Didier Gomez, a designer to the stars and super-rich.
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Phil Mickelson takes two-shot lead at AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am as Justin Rose's challenge fades away   

Phil Mickelson closed in on his fifth victory in the tournament as he shot a six-under 66 to take a two-shot lead in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
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Adam Voges double century puts Australia in firm control of first Test with New Zealand in Wellington 

Adam Voges scored his second Test double century as Australia continued their dominance of the first Test against New Zealand at the Basin Reserve in Wellington.
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Rowers rescued from Atlantic crossing

Four British rowers trying to cross the Atlantic are rescued after their boat capsizes and they lose their oars.
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VIDEO: Republican candidates get personal

The Republican candidates for president traded sharp blows over foreign policy and the future of the Supreme Court in an often unruly and chaotic debate.
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'US search' for next Ofsted head

Education Secretary Nicky Morgan is understood to be looking to the US for the next head of England's schools inspectorate Ofsted.
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Rivals trade blows in Republican debate

Front-runner Donald Trump and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush disagree sharply over foreign policy in the latest Republican presidential debate.
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What's next for the Supreme Court?

Here are answers to six questions about why this unexpected development is such a big deal - and what could happen next.
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Clarifications and corrections 

On December 20, we said Donal Blaney had resigned in disgrace as chairman of Conservative Way Forward (CWF) because of his links to the ‘Tatler Tory’ scandal - this was incorrect.
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NADINE DORRIES: How Camila dazzled Cameron - and why it's all my fault!

The personality of Kids Company leader Camila Batmanghelidjh were always as dazzling as her flamboyant robes. And she used them to the same effect: to mesmerise her victims.
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Emilia Clarke arriving at the LancŮme British Academy Film Awards Nominees Party at Kensington Palace, London.

Game of Thrones' Emilia Clarke at pre-BAFTA nominees party

Emilia, 29, favoured an especially feminine look for the official BAFTA Lancome nominees’ party which was held in the grounds of Kensington Palace on Friday evening.
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The pigeon will see you now

Animals that can detect cancers and smell out seizures
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VIDEO: Syrian Red Crescent deliver aid

The Syrian Red Crescent is bringing aid to the Damascus suburb of Douma.
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Northampton 35-7 London Irish: Saints continue their push for the Premiership play-offs with a five-try win over Irish

Northampton reasserted their Aviva Premiership title credentials as they moved within two points of the play-offs with a 35-7 destruction of London Irish at Franklin's Gardens.
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England can 'depend upon' Wayne Rooney at Euro 2016 says manager Roy Hodgson 

England head coach Roy Hodgson believes captain Wayne Rooney will be 'a player we need to depend upon' at this summer's European Championship in France.
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Sale 23-17 Exeter: Sharks withstand late barrage to secure vital victory 

Sale held off a second half Exeter comeback to move closer to the Aviva Premiership's top four following a 23-17 triumph at the AJ Bell Stadium.
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Leonardo DiCaprio arrives at pre-BAFTA 2016 party

Leonardo DiCaprio came across all coy as he arrived at a lavish pre-BAFTA dinner crouched down under a giant coat.
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Marco Pierre White's wife charged with assault on her own sons 

It has been revealed that Mati Conejero, 51, the estranged wife of Marco Pierre White, has been charged with attacking her own sons, Luciano, 21, and Marco Junior, 20, at her London home.
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VIDEO: US Supreme Court justice dies

US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia - one of most conservative members of the high court - has died.
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Tory MP Sir Bill Cash compares current situation to pre-war Europe

Anti-EU Tory MP Sir Bill Cash was only four when his father Paul was killed on D-Day. Now he warns that Britain is heading for appeasement just like before World War II.
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The world's best bakers - and they aren't French

The chefs who baked the world's best loaf of bread
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Harper Beckham arrives in NYC with David to support mum Victoria at Fashion Week

Four-year-old Harper slipped on some designer aviator shades as she held hands with her doting dad for the walk through JFK airport.
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Paris Saint-Germain rest big names as their winning run comes to an end against Lille 

Paris Saint-Germain's run of 16 consecutive wins in all competitions was brought to an end by Lille. Parc des Princes witnessed its first goalless draw in Ligue 1 for more than a year.
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Teen Josephine Zuzan helped paramedics treat injured after 8 were hit by car

Josephine Zuzan, 18, had just qualified as a St John Ambulance first-aider when a driver, 80, crashed into a group of children outside the Belvedere Academy, Liverpool, seriously injuring four.
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Why are some Sikh women now wearing the turban?

Why are some Sikh women now wearing the turban?
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Will Russia's Vladimir Putin and Turkey's Erdogan spark a new World War?

Syria is now the battleground for a proxy war between two regional powers, Russia or Turkey, and it is an international conflict which has the potential to become a Third World War.
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Miley Cyrus shares topless snap whilst toning down amid Liam Hemsworth reunion

On Saturday, the pop starlet, 23, posted the photo on Instagram showing herself sitting on the floor topless and wearing only a pair of black leggings.
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UK's bizarre mission to grab Ronnie Biggs on flight to Cuba revealed

He was Scotland Yard’s most wanted man, holed up in Brazil after nearly a decade on the run following the £26 million Great Train Robbery of 1963.
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Holger Badstuber to miss rest of the season for Bayern Munich with a fractured ankle

The club say he has already undergone an operation and will be out for three months, jeopardizing his chances of playing in the European Championship.
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Cycling doctor declares world better than expected

Doctor cycles round the world and gives it a clean bill of health
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EU roadshow that allows public to grill senior Eurocrats has not visited Britain 

A roadshow which gives voters a crucial chance to grill high-ranking eurocrats has visited nearly every EU country in the past two years – except Britain.
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Cressida Bonas in a long sleeved little black dress at swanky pre-BAFTA dinner

She is just as famous for her stunningly good looks as her acting skills, and now Prince Harry's ex-girlfriend can add budding fashionista to her list of accomplishments.
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British stars hope to shine at Baftas

Idris Elba, Eddie Redmayne, Dame Maggie Smith and Kate Winslet are among the British stars hoping to win a Bafta on Sunday.
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Channel 4's Tim Lovejoy visits the Radisson Blu hotel in Trysil, Norway

Skiing holidays are famed for their expense, so I was intrigued to see if Norway’s Trysil area really was out of my price range,' writes television presenter Tim Lovejoy.
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Strictly Come Dancing judge Bruno Tonioli visits TheBodyHoliday Resort

St Lucia is one of the Caribbean’s loveliest islands. It’s very lush, with much of it covered in rainforest home to rare plants and animals including the delightfully named whistling frog.
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Royal Caribbean's Anthem of the Seas takes on the elements

An eight-night crossing relocating Royal Caribbean’s Anthem of the Seas from Southampton to New York allowed Mail on Sunday's Bill Hagerty to take a look at this absolute giant of a liner.
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Carol Drinkwater reveals the Riviera’s real (royal) holidaying pioneer

Queen Victoria loved the French Riviera. She visited on nine occasions and did a great deal to give this area its chic international reputation.
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The rise of the romantic robot

The rise of the romantic robot
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VIDEO: A gymnast's hip hop moves ... and other trends of the week

Hip Hop dance moves, other trends of the week
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Barclay brothers want £150m for London mansion near Buckingham palace

Forbes House, in Belgravia, has more than 20 bedrooms, a carriage driveway and parking for 32 vehicles. It is being put on the market by the billionaire Barclay brothers.
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Angela Merkel's 'attack dog' Gunther Krichbaum threatens UK with trade war

A diplomatic row erupted between Britain and Germany last night after a senior ally of Angela Merkel was accused of threatening a trade war if Britain quits the EU.
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UK is being forced to pay back up to £43B thanks to EU courts

The Mail on Sunday has established that major corporations including tobacco giants, insurers and hoteliers have been awarded payments from HMRC.
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Adele superfans Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson pose with Simon Konecki

The photo, shared on social media by the famous couple, gave a rare look at the Hello singer's partner, with whom she shares her three-year-old son.
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Stamp duty hikes send high-end house prices plummeting with some down £9m

The Chancellor's dramatic stamp-duty increases have shocked the top end of the property market, sparking a price slump. Here's a Mail on Sunday guide to how some prices have suffered.
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Italy skipper Sergio Parisse dismisses England head coach Eddie Jones' mind games ahead of Six Nations clash 

NIK SIMON: The England coach has ordered his players to ‘smack’ the Azzurri with a ‘brutal’ performance that will ‘leave no Italian standing' ahead of the Rome clash.
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Everton set for mid-winter break in Qatar after club's FA Cup tie against Bournemouth

Everton will be the latest Premier League club to have a mid-winter break in the sun when they jet off to Qatar for a four-day trip after next weekend's FA Cup tie at Bournemouth.
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Victim of George Osborne's psychiatrist brother Adam tells of sex in his family home

EXCLUSIVE: Dr Adam Osborne was struck off for life by the General Medical Council last week after he admitted conducting a relationship with the mother of two.
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Cement study seeks nuclear waste solution

UK scientists say they have produced a new mix of cement that should be much more effective at containing nuclear waste in a deep repository.
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Lembit Opik endures first step of life-changing treatment to fix 'wonky jaw'

Opik, the ex MP for Montgomeryshire, underwent the first of a series of life-changing operations to reposition his asymmetric jaw in January and has suffered throbbing pain ever since.
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Georgia Wawman accused of being 'female Fagin' in Argentina tells how she was set up

EXCLUSIVE: The privately educated young mother from the Home Counties was, they claimed, the ‘Barbie Bandit’, a ‘Raffles’ mastermind behind a string of violent robberies in Buenos Aires.
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Rafael Nadal sent tumbling out of Argentina Open by Dominic Thiem in latest setback

Defending champion Rafael Nadal suffered a shock defeat by Dominic Thiem in the semi-finals of the Argentina Open in Buenos Aires. Earlier, David Ferrer defeated Pablo Cuevas 6-4 1-6 6-3.
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LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 13:  James Collins of Northampton Town celebrates with team mates after scoring his second and his sides fourth goal during the Sky Bet  League Two match between Leyton orient and Northampton Town at Matchroom Stadium on February 13, 2016 in London, England.  (Photo by Pete Norton/Getty Images)

Craig Hignett begins Hartlepool reign with win as Northampton, Plymouth and Oxford maintain promotion charge

LEAGUE TWO ROUND-UP: Craig Hignett's first game in charge of Hartlepool ended in a 2-1 win against Yeovil, while Northampton claimed a club-record seventh straight win.
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VIDEO: Ancient recipe could be modern cure

A 1000 year old Anglo Saxon medical book has been found to contain a recipe which could help fight against MRSA
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Robert Flanagan jailed over sex with a 14-year-old 'fem boy' with Aspergers

Robert Flanagan, 31, met the boy, who is undergoing gender alignment, on the website Craiglist. Flanagan then travelled from his Bristol home to meet the youngster in Leeds.
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Thiago Motta is PSG's marmite man... love him or loathe him, the midfielder is still the go-to guy for the big occasion 

GRAHAM HUNTER EUROVIEW: Thiago Motta has helped knock out sides coached by Jose Mourinho and Carlo Ancelotti three times. Not bad for a guy rejected by Portsmouth.
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Gary Neville refusing to get carried away despite claiming first La Liga win in charge of Valencia against Espanyol

RIK SHARMA AT THE MESTALLA: Neville’s side beat Espanyol in a crucial game at Mestalla on Saturday night, his first win in 10 attempts in the Spanish top flight.
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Focus on EU rules and rows

As the summit on the UK's EU reform plans approaches, Sunday's press highlight the concerns of both the "In" and "Out" camps.
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VIDEO: How England became ODI contenders

Analyst Simon Hughes gives five reasons for England's remarkable turnaround in one-day cricket.
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England still improving - Bayliss

England coach Trevor Bayliss says England are playing exciting cricket, but still have plenty to learn.
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England forward options please Hodgson

Roy Hodgson tells the BBC his attacking options are "as strong as they have been" since he became England boss in 2012.
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Johnny Sexton future in doubt after Ireland's bruising clash against France

Johnny Sexton will need to seriously consider his future in the game after being forced off with a neck injury as Ireland lost to France for the first time in five years
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Louis van Gaal admits Jose Mourinho could have spoken to Manchester United: 'It is not always an honest world'

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has admitted he wouldn't expect his friend Jose Mourinho to tell him about any negotiations going on with the club regarding next season.
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Massimo Cellino in new fury as Leeds United owner launches bid to break up clubs' £100m television deal

NICK HARRIS: Leeds United have started legal action against the Football League in an attempt to dismantle the collective selling of TV rights and win the right to sell their own games.
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Manchester City anxious for Yaya Toure to spark their title bid... and save his career

JOE BERNSTEIN: How Manuel Pellegrini would love an in-form Yaya Toure to turn up against Tottenham, rather than the forlorn figure who was substituted after just 52 minutes against Leicester.
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South Africa's Kagiso Rabada bowls as England's Joe Root looks on during the fourth One Day International cricket match in Johannesburg, February 12, 2016. REUTERS/Sydney Seshibedi

Kent sign South Africa fast bowler Kagiso Rabada on short-term deal for new season

EXCLUSIVE BY PAUL NEWMAN IN CAPE TOWN: Rabada is heading to Canterbury on a short-term deal to play second division cricket in the early weeks of the domestic season.
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LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 06:  Ben Davies of Tottenham Hotspur celeberates his team's 1-0 win in the Barclays Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Watford at White Hart Lane on February 6, 2016 in London, England.  (Photo by Paul Gilham/Getty Images)

Harry Kane and Dele Alli are magic but all of us deserve some praise, says Ben Davies 

DEREK HUNTER: Ben Davies insists Tottenham are not overly reliant on Harry Kane and Dele Alli and believes the whole squad has contributed to their title challenge.
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Cuba returns 'wrongly shipped' US missile

Cuba says it has returned to the United States an inert Hellfire missile that was wrongly shipped to Havana in June 2014.
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Leanne Wall is found battered to death at her Manchester home

Leanne Wall (pictured), 36, was discovered with serious head injuries following the incident on Conway Avenue in Whitefield, Manchester.
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Arsenal know how to beat Leicester, but will Arsene Wenger dare to play on the break again in top-of-the-table clash?

GLENN HODDLE: A mark of just how much Leicester have achieved this season is the fact that Arsenal will go into Sunday’s game puzzling over how to play. Dare they push their full backs on and have a go?
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Massive fire destroys tower in Kazakhstan set to become the tallest in Central Asia

The blaze broke out at the Abu Dhabi Plaza in the Kazakhstan capital of Astana. The 1,250ft tower, which was set to be completed by the end of the year, is planned to be the tallest in Central Asia.
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Fit-again Daniel Sturridge no longer casts 'a shadow' for Jurgen Klopp, who doesn't want to sign Champions League glory-hunters

JOE BERNSTEIN: Jurgen Klopp is not anticipating further injury problems for striker Daniel Sturridge who has featured in only four games since the German took over at Anfield in October.
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Manuel Pellegrini insists his impending departure will not weaken Manchester City's Premier League title challenge 

JOE BERNSTEIN: City slipped to fourth place after crashing 3-1 at home to Leicester City last weekend and questions have been raised over the players' commitment.
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Danny Cipriani: England must get quicker ball out to George Ford against Italy 

England's primary concern will be to generate quick ball and Italy will try to slow that ball down in a bid to stop George Ford and Owen Farrell dictating matters.
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England lock Courtney Lawes: It's hard to put your body on the line when you know every time you will be injured

SAM PETERS: No player epitomises the brutal toll English rugby’s gruelling schedule can take on form and fitness better than Courtney Lawes. By rights, the 26-year-old lock should have 75 caps by now.
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VIDEO: 50-vehicle Pennsylvania pile-up

More than 50 vehicles have been involved in a motorway pile-up in Pennsylvania.
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Secrets of Leicester fairy tale... The misfits, the rejects and the deep freeze

ROB DRAPER - SPECIAL REPORT: Twenty five games in with 53 points on the board and five points clear at the top, we can safely conclude that Leicester will avoid relegation.
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BAGSHOT, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 12:  George Ford looks on during the England training session held at Pennyhill Park on February 12, 2016 in Bagshot, England.  (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)

Sir Clive Woodward: George Ford must drive home just how good he is at 10 

George Ford has endured a testing time but I hope for — and expect — a sparkling display from him against Italy. He is a high-class player with excellent skills but he lost confidence last summer.
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The brains behind the brawn as Saracens powerhouse Maro Itoje takes England bow 

When Maro Itoje was a teenager his father Efe did a deal with his him: follow your dream to play rugby for England but ignore your studies and we’ll be at war.