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Summary

  1. Updates for Wednesday 12 April 2017
  2. Trouble in Madrid ahead of Leicester's Champions League match
  3. Man 75, killed by car chased by police in Derbyshire
  4. Woman arrested after shooting in Nottingham
  5. Queen set for Maundy Thursday service in Leicester
  6. News, sport, travel and weather updates resume at 08:00 Tuesday

Live Reporting

By Dave Wade and Khia Lewis-Todd

All times stated are UK

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  1. Our live coverage across the day

    That's all from East Midlands Live - updates will continue on Thursday at 08:00.

    You can continue to follow the developments in Madrid on BBC Sport's live page.

    Vardy
  2. Your comments: Leicester City v Atletico Madrid

    Facebook

    Our Facebook has gathered a few comments following the disturbance in Madrid ahead of Leicester City's Champions League clash against Atletico Madrid.

    Injured fan

    Mandy Windram wrote: "Same happened in Seville. Our fans were brilliant but police ruined it!"

    Pat Ferris added: "That's so uncalled for."

    Joanne Youart White also added: "Disgusting"  

  3. Fan 'hit by police' describes Madrid disturbance

    Khia Lewis-Todd

    BBC Local Live

    Aimee Evans has tweeted that she was struck by Spanish police, and filmed this footage apparently "two seconds" before she was hit. 

    View more on twitter
  4. Injured Leicester fans amid the Madrid chaos

    Khia Lewis-Todd

    BBC Local Live

    Fans have been showing us their injuries following clashes with riot police.

    Fans
  5. Watch: Objects thrown at Madrid police

    Phil Mackie

    Midlands correspondent, BBC News

    Riot police were seen moving into the Plaza Mayor where hundreds of Leicester fans gathered ahead of tonight's Champions League quarter-final.

    Video content

    Video caption: Riot police confront Leicester fans in Madrid square
  6. Fans complain of 'random attacks' by Madrid police

    Greig Watson

    Reporter, BBC News Online

    On social media, videos and pictures appear to show objects being thrown at police along with some reports of flares.

    Fans have also been reportedly taunting police with chants about Gibraltar.

    Meanwhile, there have been complaints that police in riot gear had been hitting people at random.

    INjured fan
  7. Watch: Leicester fans in confrontation with Spanish police

    Greig Watson

    Reporter, BBC News Online

    Leicester City fans have been involved in further clashes with Spanish police ahead of their Champions League tie against Atletico Madrid

    Video content

    Video caption: Leicester City fans and Spanish police clash in Madrid
  8. Witnesses describe police charge in Madrid

    Phil Mackie

    Midlands correspondent, BBC News

    One witness in Madrid told the BBC that there were a couple of people who antagonised the police.

    But she said they then "took out all these people". 

    "There were people with children and they came with batons and just hit a 70-year-old man. There was kids and people with children," she added.

  9. Trouble in Madrid as Leicester fans charged by riot police

    Owynn Atkin

    BBC Radio Leicester

    It was a beautiful day in Madrid and a wonderful atmosphere in the Plaza Mayor when all of a sudden a couple of flares went off. There was blue smoke over the whole of the square.

    Plaza Mayor, Madrid

    There was another bang and then the tone of the chanting changed. The noise of the crowd changed and there was a sense of panic.

    Another bang went off then the police riot vans moved in very quickly.

    I did see bottles being thrown into the air, although I'm not sure who they were directed at. 

  10. Nottingham experts help to develop app for asthma sufferers

    Khia Lewis-Todd

    BBC Local Live

    Lung experts in Nottingham have helped develop a phone app to help asthma sufferers manage their condition. 

    The MyAsthma app allows people to record information about what seems to trigger their asthma. 

    A team from the Nottingham Respiratory Research Unit, based at the University of Nottingham, worked with a leading pharmaceutical company to create the app.

    Myasthma app
  11. Nike 'to investigate' Gyspy slur logos

    BBC Newsbeat

    Nike has told a Gypsy Traveller activist that they will look into "misuse" of their logo on products branded with a race hate slur.

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    Dr Hazel Marsh, a Romany Gypsy and a lecturer at the University of East Anglia, says she complained because she was worried the products would encourage race hate towards Travellers.

    Nike is yet to respond to Newsbeat's requests for a statement, but Dr Marsh has shown us her emailed response.

    The letter, from a Nike representative, said: "We here at Nike respect and appreciate every one of our consumers no matter what their race, age or gender is."

    A Nottinghamshire Romany Gypsy said the term used on the products was offensive and damaging.

  12. Delays expected after collision between four cars and motorhome on A1

    Khia Lewis-Todd

    BBC Local Live

    Heads-up, commuters... delays are expected on the A1 north near Newark following a collision involving four cars and a motorhome.

    Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service say two crews attended the scene after receiving a call at 15:40.

    Everyone involved in the collision was uninjured and the fire service left at 16:00, but delays are expected due to the backlog of traffic. 

  13. Missing: Have you seen Tianna?

    Dave Wade

    BBC Local Live

    Police have put out an appeal for a missing 15-year-old.

    Tianna McKenzie

    Tianna McKenzie was last seen in St Ann's at about 15:00 yesterday.  

  14. Burton Albion 'relishing their role as underdogs'

    BBC Derby Sport

    Luke Varney says Burton Albion are still relishing their role as Championship underdogs. 

    Burton host Varney's former club Ipswich on Friday. 

    They could go eight points clear of the bottom three if results go their way.

    Luke Varney
  15. Hot in Madrid tonight...

    Charlie Slater

    BBC Weather presenter

    It'll be a warm one! 

    Expected to still be around 24/25C come kickoff time tonight for Leicester City vs Atletico Madrid.

    football weather