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The head of Austria’s conservative People’s Party Sebastian Kurz is on track to become the world’s youngest leader. Projections in the country’s
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A sumo grand champion performs ring-entering ceremony in Japan
A sumo grand champion, or Yokozuna, has performed a ring-entering ceremony at a UNESCO World Heritage site in Japan's ancient capital of Kyoto.
Main candidates vote in Austrian election
Sebastian Kurz, the 31 year old tipped to become the European Union’s youngest leader has cast his vote in Austria’s parliamentary elections.
Catalonia crisis: Madrid's deadline looms
Catalonia’s president Carles Puigdemont attended s a memorial in Barcelona on Sunday to mark the execution in 1940 of Catalan leader Lluis Companys
More than 200 die in Somalia car bombings - reports
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Federer beats Nadal to clinch Shanghai Masters, as Sharapova wins first title since drug ban
Wimbledon champion Roger Federer has beaten Rafael Nadal in the final of the Shanghai Masters. The Swiss delivered a masterclass in 72 minutes to
Tropical forests are oozing with carbon dioxide
Increase in temperature is causing forests to produce more CO2 rather than absorb it
Red Bull Air Race season finale at Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Matt Hall of Australia continued a late-season charge by earning his second consecutive pole position with the top time in qualifying for the Red Bull Air Race season finale at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Buenos Aires hosts annual waiter's race
Hundreds of waiters took part in an annual race in Argentina's capital Buenos Aires on Saturday, trying to walk as fast as possible without upending beverage bottles and drink glasses on their trays.
Brexit: avoiding a meltdown
The UK will reportedly be offered a goodwill gesture at a crucial summit in Brussels this week as EU nations seek to break the deadlock over Brexit.
Kyrgystan goes to the polls
Observers are predicting a close run-off between two pro-Russian candidates, one of whom is backed by the outgoing leader.
Oscar's board expels US film producer Harvey Weinstein following allegations of sexual misconduct
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has expelled Harvey Weinstein, after allegations that he sexually harassed or assaulted a number of women
Bangkok hit by flash floods
Voting underway in Austrian election
Death toll rises in Californian wildfires
The death toll from California's deadliest fires in the state's history has risen to at least 40, with hundreds of people still mis
Maduro's power test as Venezuela votes
Venezuela is going to the polls for the first time since President Maduro's consitutional reforms, a test of his hold on the country
Hillary Clinton gives view on Brexit
Hillary Clinton has been visiting Wales, where she gave her views on Brexit at Swansea University