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3 hrs ago | Goal.com
The Netherlands international's World Cup exploits have seen him linked with the likes of Tottenham and Southampton but he insists that he has paid transfer talk no mind Aston Villa defender Ron Vlaar says that the club "absolutely don't want to let me go" as speculation continues to link him with an exit.
8 hrs ago | Connecticut Post
Starwood Capital Group, a Greenwich-based global private investment firm, has acquired The Roxburghe, a landmark hotel in Edinburgh, Scotland.
12 hrs ago | The China Post
The United States and the European Union, finally in synch on how to deal with Russian President Vladimir Putin, are preparing a powerful one-two punch against Russia's economy, with EU ambassadors meeting on Tuesday to discuss a dramatic escalation in the trade bloc's sanctions.
14 hrs ago | Biggleswade Today
Mention Canada and most people immediately think of a trip through the Rockies from Calgary to Vancouver - but In the first of two features about one of the Commonwealth country's lesser known provinces, travel writer Alan Wooding enjoys all that the prairie state of Saskatchewan has to offer.
18 hrs ago | Bury Times
CAMPAIGNERS say that a change to the route of a bus serving Fairfield Hospital meaning it will no longer serve the hospital grounds, will adversely affect elderly patients.
Drivers of diesel cars could have to pay more in road tax or face additional levies to travel into city centres in an effort to tackle pollution, it is reported.
Paul McGeough reports from the embattled Ukrainian city of Donetsk, where international monitors including AFP officers are frustrated by failed attempts to access the plane crash site.
These are tough times for British workers - unless you happen to be part of a particular family business headquartered in central London.
Passengers will not be able to travel from East Croydon to London Bridge for nine days next month due to Network Rail plans to completely redevelop London Bridge station.
This two-bedroom penthouse apartment, high on its 25th floor, in Barcelona, Spain, is found in the Illa del Mar area of the city.
In a well-lit office with red window frames in downtown Bucharest, Romania's first bitcoin ATM attracts many who until it opened in May had to buy or sell the digital currency face-to-face or through wire transfers.
Train maintenance staff will be striking as part of the industrial action by members of the Unite Union until Thursday.
The Met Office issued a severe weather warning today for the south-east of England as almost half a month's worth of rain fell in an hour in some places.
Grandmother, Little Girl and Xolo the dog have now sailed out of the city on the River Mersey in a special leaving ceremony.
Image released by the U.S. State Department showing what it says is evidence of Russia firing artillery into eastern Ukraine.
With more than one in three consumers in Northern Ireland shopping online at least once a month and online spending expected to increase by over 10 per cent each year it has never been more important to shop online safely and know your rights.
Germans must put peace before economic considerations and accept tougher sanctions against Russia if necessary, Germany's finance minister told the Bild am Sonntag newspaper on Sunday.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 10:11 pm
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