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# revolt
'Devastated' Xhaka should apologise to fans, says Unai Emery
The Arsenal manager didn’t say whether the midfielder will remain club captain and won’t face Liverpool in the League Cup tomorrow night.
# Beware the ides of March
Arlene Foster says all is well in the DUP despite rumours of revolt
Unionist parties have lost their absolute majority for the first time since partition in 1921.
# Trouble
Senior players confront Louis van Gaal over 'hardline' training techniques - reports
Reports this morning indicate all is not well in Old Trafford.
# ellen pao
'I'm just another human': Reddit boss hits out at abuse as she steps down
Ellen Pao had faced a revolt from some users of the website in the past month.
# Anniversary
Turkey beefs up security on first anniversary of widespread protests
The government has deployed thousands of riot police to enforce a ban on protests at Taksim Square, the epicentre of last year’s demonstrations.
# revolt
Grand National jockeys stage mutiny over Aintree false-start farce
All bar one failed to co-operate with the stewards enquiry.
# turbulence ahead
Ryanair deny "mutinous" passengers raided food trolley on delayed flight
The passengers allegedly abused staff and stole duty free products after the flight was delayed.
# Your Say
Poll: Should the old age pension be cut to help reduce the Budget deficit?
If the pension was cut by €10 a week, it could save up to €300m, greatly reducing the country’s Budget deficit. But is it worth it?
# Peru
State of Emergency declared in Peru after mining protests
A 60-day state of emergency has been declared in four provinces of Cajamarca state, following violent protests against a gold-and-copper mining project which is part-owned by a US company.