Real Madrid say Jose Mourinho will leave at the end of the season, clearing his path for a rumoured return to English football.
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Oscar Pistorius will not compete again this year as he awaits trial for murder, his agent has confirmed.
Newspaper tycoon Alexander Lebedev has pleaded not guilty to a charge of politically-motivated hooliganism at the start of his trial for punching a fellow oligarch during a TV debate.
Radical cleric Abu Qatada has been refused bail after a judge said significant jihadist material was found on a computer memory stick.
The offices of Deputy Speaker Nigel Evans were searched by police on Sunday in connection with a rape investigation.
The man accused of murdering schoolgirl April Jones told police he "most certainly did not" sexual assault her, a court has heard.
A gunman who allegedly used homophobic insults before firing a fatal shot point-blank into a man's face in New York is facing charges of murder as a hate crime.
A gunman has shot dead four people in a bank in Israel after he was refused an overdraft and cash from an automatic teller machine.
Two FBI special agents from the elite Hostage Rescue Team have been killed in a training accident in Virginia.
A wave of car bombings and attacks on police in Iraq has killed at least 58 people - including 24 officers.
A Brazilian tourist has been killed and 24 other people injured after two hot air balloons crashed in mid-air in Turkey.
The father of footballers Phil and Gary Neville is to be charged with sexual assault.
At least 55 people have been killed and 1.5 million affected after major flooding in southern China.
China is demanding that North Korea releases a fishing boat and crew who are reportedly being held at ransom.
MPs are voting on changes to the government's bill to legalise gay marriage.
Internet giant Yahoo! has bought micro-blogging site Tumblr in a deal thought to be worth around $1.1bn (£723m).
At least two people have been killed and more than a dozen injured in Oklahoma after mulitple twisters swept through the US state reducing homes to rubble.
A former military helicopter pilot is to become the first UK astronaut to visit the International Space Station (ISS).
A British man has appeared before a court in France after the bodies of his two children were found by police in his flat in Lyon.
The Army is sticking the boot into those who think that cutbacks in military spending mean that recruitment has stopped.
A man and a woman who died in a gas explosion are believed to be Leslie Rourke, 71, and his daughter-in-law Jeanette Rourke, police have said.
A helicopter gunship passes overhead, soon followed by the "crump crump" noise of weapon systems firing.
Known paedophiles, holidaymakers and Ocean Club staff are thought to be among the dozen suspects identified in a Scotland Yard review of the Madeleine McCann case.
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