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The MCC Monogram is a trade mark of Marylebone Cricket Club. All other copyrights or trademarks are the property of their respective owners and are being used under license. Developed by Gusto Games Limited and published by Codemasters. get closer to Shane Warne at hmv, 150 Oxford Street, Tuesday 28 July, 12.30pm Pre-order Ashes Cricket 2009 at the store on the day of the event and receive limited edition artwork for the game which Shane will sign. There will also be the chance for a small number of fans to play against the Australian cricket legend on the game during the event. 34.99 - Wii out 7 August also available on PS3, PC & Xbox 360 pre-order now World at a glance Sarkozycollapseblamedon diet to keep up with Carla SPECULATION was rising today that Sarah Palin could mount a White House bid for 2012, after she stepped down as governor of Alaska 18 months early. The former US vice- presidential candidate is dogged by ethics inquiries and legal bills and is coy about her long-term plans, saying that she wants to write a book and to build a Right-of-centre coalition. In a speech yesterday at Fairbanks, Alaska, she said she was stepping down to take her political battles to a larger, if unspecified, stage. LondonerinGreekcourtoverkilling A LONDON student was set to appear in a Greek court today accused of killing a British youth roller hockey player during an alleged nightclub brawl. Andrew Symeou, 20, from Enfield, was extradited to Greece last week to face trial over the death of 18-year-old Jonathan Hiles. A preliminary hearing today will decide whether to grant him bail. Wheelfallsoffasjetisonrunway A UNION criticised Virgins safety checks today after a nose wheel fell off a plane as it prepared to take off in Australia. The Aircraft Engineers Association has called for the airline to check every plane before take-off, after the accident in Melbourne. A Transport Safety Bureau spokesman said all aircraft have since been checked. OctomumsTVdealforallherkids THE single mother dubbed Octomum after giving birth to octuplets this year has a 150,000 deal for her 14 children to star in a fly-on-the-wall reality show. Californian Nadya Sulemans deal with European firm Eyeworks will put 15 per cent of the cash into a trust fund that the children, aged four months to eight years, and all conceived by IVF, cannot access until they are 18. A DIET aimed at making Nicolas Sarkozy as slim and fit as his wife Carla Bruni was today blamed for causing him to collapse and suffer a heart scare. As the 54-year-old French president left the Val-de-Grace Military Hospital in Paris following a series of tests, Patrick Balkany, a close friend and MP, said: Recently the president has looked very honed. He looks more like a Tour de France rider than a president. Confirming that Mr Sarkozy was continually on a diet, Mr Balkany added: The president is going to have to take more care, work a little less hard and eat a little bit more. Since marrying Miss Bruni last year, Mr Sarkozy has been trying to appear as youthful and fashionable as the former supermodel-turned- pop star, who told him to lose 9lb and two trouser sizes. Picture of the day... In the balance: a truck teeters on a bridge that collapsed over the Minjiang River in China after heavy rain triggered a landslide, killing three people Better: Sarkozy leaves hospital with Carla by FELIX ALLENA WOMAN has died following a suspected arson attack at her family home a month ago that killed her 15-year-old sister. Nabiha Masud, 21, died in hospital on Saturday, less than 24 hours after hundreds of friends and relatives attended her sister Malehas funeral. The sisters were both injured in the fire that allegedly started when petrol was poured through the letter box at their home in Tooting. Their brother Junaid, 16, is still in a critical condition. Older brother Zain, 22, a City banker, was discharged from hospital to attend his sisters funeral along with their mother Rubina Masud, 53. Mrs Masud, who lost her husband to cancer in 2007, wept during the service at the Balham mosque on Friday. Also present was Helen Dorfman, the headteacher of Burntwood School in Tooting where Maleha would have taken her GCSEs next year. A 14-year-old boy has been charged with murder. Police are still appealing for witnesses. 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