Changing places: Football's quiet revolution

As excitement over Euro2004 reaches fever pitch, the tournament's past masters shouldn't be surprised lesser-known teams are suddenly getting serious…

Using sex to pay for university fees

Living on a £1,000 overdraft, Sarah is struggling to finish her business studies degree, so three nights a week she becomes "Mandy", a female escort. Here she reveals all…

Sudan: Millions to starve unless aid gets through

A quarter of a million died of hunger in the Sudanese region of Darfur in 1984. Now the UN warns such a catastrophe could happen again if it can't reach those who need help.

Jail riots kill up to 80 as gangs rebel

Prisoners are beheaded and burned as violence from warring drug factions spreads across Rio de Janeiro's prisons.

Rock’s finest descend on Download

One of the world’s biggest and best metal festivals is held in Scotland for the first time to the delight of thousands of hard-rocking fans.

Oil production pledge aims to avert downturn

The Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) has announced it is to increase oil output by eight per cent over the next month to tackle escalating prices.

Revolution in Georgia: What Next for Armenia?

The activists behind Georgia's "Rose Revolution" made history by ousting President Eduard Shevarnadze - now their neighbours are eyeing a similar bid for democracy.

Waging war on the web's ticket touts

The music industry and the internet continue their rocky relationship into the online ticket arena, with the king of music festivals proving, once again, to be a hurdle too high.

Swede sorrow as Henrik bows out of Celtic

After seven successful years the hoops hero, Henrik Larsson, bids an emotional farewell to Celtic Park and his adoring fans.

Back on their feet: Africans combating Aids

Ghana’s population of 19 million is being ravaged by HIV/Aids. One reporter spends the day with a doctor there, fighting to get his patients the treatment they need to live.

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