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Fabulous Fenerbahce end Turkey's long wait for Euroleague crown
Fenerbahce are the new Euroleague basketball champions after beating Olympiacos Piraeus in the final in Istanbul.
Spain's Socialists elect hard-liner Pedro Sanchez as their new leader
Spain’s bitterly divided Socialist party has chosen a new leader.
Erdogan back as head of AK Party
Recep Tayyip Erdogan has become the first president to lead a party since 1950. He took over the reins from Binali Yildirim, who will remain as Turkey's prime minister until elections set for 2019.
Champions and first-timers strike Judo gold in Ekaterinburg
Several judoka won their first-ever Grand Slam gold medals in Ekaterinburg on day two, while champions and tournament favourites also shone.
Trump tells Middle East: "Step up the fight against Islamic extremism"
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Kruse takes gold in Mens' Foil in Shanghai
British fencer Richard Kruse has struck gold at the Grand Prix event in Shanghai.
Turkey: constitutional change sees Erdogan back at head of ruling AKP
Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan has returned to lead the ruling AKP – the party he founded.
Swiss referendum on renewable energy
South Korea and Japan condemn North Korea 'missile launch'
South Korea and Japan voice concerns following reports North Korea has launched a missile from its northwestern coast.
Aid workers killed and kidnapped in Afghanistan
Lucky lion cub
The first lion cub born at the Dallas Zoo in 43 years has made her first scheduled public appearance on Friday (19 May).
Conquering the Great Wall
More than 2,000 runners from over 60 nations took part in one of the most challenging races in the world on Saturday (20 May), The Great Wall Marathon in China.
Hundreds hospitalised as temperatures soar in Japan
Japan is experiencing an unusually hot spell of weather for the time of year.
North Korea 'fires unidentified projectile' - South Korean military
Japan has raised serious concerns following reports North Korea has launched a medium-range ballistic missile (MRBM).
TPP free trade pact to go ahead with or without US
Pacific rim countries move forward with the TPP free trade pact, but the US confirms it will not return to the partnership.
Dozens arrested as Buenaventura strike turns violent
Reports suggest at least 80 people have been arrested in the Colombian city of Buenaventura after a days-long and largely peaceful strike turned violent.
Venezuelans mark 50 days of anti-government protests
Hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans have filled the streets, to mark 50 days of demonstrations against the government of President Nicolas Maduro.
China kills US sources, crippling CIA - report
China killed or imprisoned up to 20 CIA sources between 2010 and 2012, the New York Times has reported.
US calls on Iran's Rouhani to act on terrorism and missile testing
The US wants to see action from Iran over terrorism and ballistic missile testing.