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Arsenal vice-captain Mikel Arteta is out for up to six weeks. Photograph: Adam Davy/PA Wire

Arsenal have been dealt a blow with the news that Mikel Arteta could be out for up to six weeks with a thigh injury.The full extent of the Spanish mi(...)

Racing Metro’s new Irish outhalf Jonathan Sexton makes his debut in the Top 14 against Brive tomorrow evening. Photograph: Bertrand Langlois/AFP/Getty.

Jonathan Sexton was given a goldfish to mind as part of an initiation process for the newbies at Racing Metro 92. He was then directed to eat it, a de(...)

The plan was as obvious as it was daring: to harness the sun over the Sahara Desert and supply Europe with an endless supply of clean energy.But now t(...)

US attorney Preet Bharara (centre) announces criminal charges against two former JP Morgan Chase employees. Photograph:Michael Appleton/New York Times

More than 3,000 miles from the New York headquarters of JPMorgan Chase, traders in an office building nestled near the Thames River disguised the ext(...)

Ryanair fell 3 per cent in line with the broader aviation sector but it generally outperformed its peers. Rising oil prices have affected the industry.

Global equity markets swooned and bond prices slid yesterday after slowly improving US jobs data and gains in consumer prices added weight to the view(...)

British stuntman Mark Sutton parachuting into the Olympic Stadium dressed as James Bond during the Olympic Games 2012 Opening Ceremony. Sutton died yesterday after crashing into a mountain ridge in the Swiss Alps while wing-diving. Photograph: Lewis Whyld/PA Wire.

A stuntman who parachuted into the opening ceremony of the 2012 London Olympics dressed as James Bond alongside a double of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth(...)

A Free Syrian Army fighter moves through a hole in a wall in the Bab al-Nasr neighborhood of Aleppo yesterday. Aleppo is one of three locations to be visited by a UN
chemical weapons inspection team. Photograph: Melhem Barakat/Reuters.

UN experts will travel to Syria imminently to investigate claims of chemical weapons use during that country’s civil war after the United Nations and (...)

ECONOMYEurope’s recession is over.If there wasn’t quite a bout of spontaneous rejoicing in the continent’s streets yesterday, there was much relief am(...)

There are indications that Ireland emerged out of recession between April and June, following yesterday’s confirmation that the euro zone as a whole h(...)

Bernd Lucke, head of Eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany, arriving for a news conference in Berlin yesterday. Photograph: Thomas Peter/Reuters

Germany’s new Eurosceptic party has launched its election campaign by suggesting France should leave the euro and that Ireland was bullied into accept(...)

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