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Australia skipper Michael Clarke Sunday made a second innings declaration before the start of the fourth day's play, leaving England 531 runs to win the second Ashes Test.
Gary Barlow has revealed that the thought of "losing" his songwriting skills keeps him awake at night.
Idris Elba has revealed he put down the phone when he got the call asking him to play Nelson Mandela on the big screen.
Heston Blumenthal has admitted he has moments when his "brain just fries" while he's making his TV shows.
Derren Brown has admitted he doesn't feel the urge to "impress people" as much as he used to.
Casualty star Charlotte Salt has said her on-screen marriage to Oliver Coleman's character was like a practice run for their real-life wedding.
Neighbours star Alan Fletcher has said his on-screen wife's MS will make a return next year, causing problems between the couple.
Christopher Eccleston has revealed that acting in dramas has stopped him watching them as much.
Coronation Street actress Michelle Collins has admitted that she found going back into soap much tougher than the first time round.
EastEnders actor Derek Martin will return to Albert Square on Christmas Eve.
President Obama defended an interim nuclear deal with Iran and, seeking to reassure Israel, pledged to step up pressure on Iran if Tehran fails to abide by the pact. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
By Jeff Mason WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama on Saturday defended an interim deal with Iran to curb its nuclear program and, seeking to reassure Israel, pledged to step up sanctions or prepare for a potential military strike if Tehran fails to abide by the pact. U.S. relations with…
Greece's Prime Minister Antonis Samaras (C) speaks as he attends a parliamentary session before voting on the 2014 budget in Athens on December 7, 2013
Fashion designer David Emanuel and Westlife singer Kian Egan have made it into the final of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! where one of them will be crowned king of the jungle.
By Dave Graham, Adriana Barrera and Simon Gardner MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican lawmakers unveiled a draft energy bill on Saturday that includes contracts ranging from profit-sharing and risk-sharing to licenses to lure private investment, in what would be the biggest opening in the world's No.…
By Emmanuel Braun BANGUI (Reuters) - French soldiers were cheered by residents on Saturday as they began patrolling densely populated neighbourhoods of Central African Republic's capital, Bangui, which has been rocked by waves of killings between Muslim and Christian communities. Attacks on…
France will increase its troop deployment in Central African Republic to 1,600 soldiers by Saturday evening, French President Francois Hollande said, as it steps up efforts to curb a wave of violence in its former colony. "It's a number that will remain as long as necessary for this mission." …
An African Union peacemaking mission will increase its force in Central African Republic to 6,000 men, the French President's office said on Saturday, up from 3,500 now. "The union is committed and has deployed an African force on the ground.
BANGUI (Reuters) - The Red Cross in Central African Republic has so far collected the bodies of 394 people killed in violence in the capital, Bangui, since Thursday, the organisation's president said on Saturday. Pastor Antoine Mbao Bogo told Reuters the toll was likely to rise further on Sunday.…