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Wigan chairman Whelan threatens to quit over racism row

FA investigating Wigan owner Whelan's remarks

Muslim addresses Church of England synod for first time

Cardiff owner Tan brands Wigan duo 'racist'

Whelan will quit Wigan if FA take action over 'racism' row

Wigan owner makes controversial comment about Jews

'Red warning lights' flashing for global economy

Club owner under attack over controversial remarks

Grocery chain's Christmas ad stirs tears, outrage

Firm cancels plan to buy closed Revel Hotel Casino

Turkish media linked to exiled cleric say they shut out by government

Rolling Stones storm London New York next

Hawaii tourism goes authentic: What's not Hawaiian

Argentina's leader tells UK to give up Falklands

Analysis - Despite fears, NSA revelations helping U.S. tech industry

Syria's Assad: An accidental heir proves resilient

Britain begins criminal inquiry over 'injurious' Snowden-linked data

UK asked N.Y. Times to destroy Snowden material

Lawyer: UK mounts criminal inquiry into NSA leaks

'Blackadder' debate shows Britain still at war over WWI

Intel chief calls on Snowden to return documents

Obama may ban surveillance of foreign allied leaders

Morrissey turns bigmouth as memoir reveals romances

Oversight board concerned about NSA surveillance

What's the problem with PRISM?

Government Considers Surveillance Leak Charges

JC Chandor gains a Cannes hit with 'All Is Lost'

Web giants get broader surveillance revelations

UK territories sign on to tax-avoidance crackdown

Secret program leaker Snowden goes dark in HK

AP IMPACT: Snowden's life surrounded by spycraft

Cuba backs Snowden asylum offers from allies

Venezuela eyed as Snowden seeks asylum

Putin: 'Nyet' to US request to turn over Snowden

Iran's Rafsanjani blasts clerics, says report

Snowden walks free in Russia to US anger

World media in thrall as Mandela passes away

Turkey renames coup trial site 'democracy island'

Indonesia halts Australia drills as protesters call for 'war'

Indonesia recalls ambassador to Australia in spying row

Newspapers worried about new UK media regulation

Irish author wins top Spanish literary award

Morrisons may cut 2,000 jobs in restructuring - paper

Oliver Stone to make Snowden film

Vodafone admits phones on its global networks are tapped

Safety risk after Australia publishes asylum seekers' details

Questions over recovery of China's lost marbles

Fraud, sex, post-it art: Google cuts search links

Drones take flight into a world of possibilities

British PM sorry after ex-aide found guilty in phone-hacking trial

Wimbledon junior title no guarantee of success

PM's ex-media chief Coulson jailed for Murdoch tabloid hacking

Martin gives finger to offensive question

April McFool! British papers poke fun at Scottish vote