How St George, a third-century Roman soldier from modern-day Turkey, came to be patron saint of England
Liverpool duo drive Reds towards title, and two of David Moyes's executioners make the cut
Western observers say crackdown on obscene material masks broader online repression
Ryan Giggs will be in charge until the end of the season, but he is one of many candidates for the full-time job
Divers recover 104 bodies from the sunken Sewol ferry as seven crew members are arrested
Debate rages over Ukip’s anti-EU election posters: are they racist or do they tell the truth?
Inheriting an ageing squad and not enough cash, David Moyes had been handed a poisoned chalice
Announcement on Old Trafford manager's future could come before the New York Stock Exchange opens
Blair's spin-doctor accuses Cameron of insincerity: but was it an appeal to Ukip defectors?
The judge will need to decide if Oscar Pistorius's story is feasible and whether he acted reasonably
The US vice-president travels to Kiev, promising support for Ukraine’s pro-Western government
Cinema's superheroes have changed since terror attacks, say Annika Hagley and Michael Harrison
The US is no longer a democracy – it's an oligarchy, says an academic study. And Bloomberg proves it
Gunners could take advantage of Old Trafford meltdown to steal England defender
Men dressed as ancient Romans take part in a parade to mark the 2,767th anniversary of the founding of Rome. Known as Natale di Roma, the annual celebration has taken place since 1870.
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