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Daughter of Chechen leader showcases collection based on traditional Muslim clothing
Aishat Kadyrova's show was attended by members of the Russian elite
Doncic ignites Real rampage in Euroleague
Round three of the Euroleague produced wins for Real Madrid, Zalgiris Kaunas, and Khimki Moscow.
‘We need a strong sport’: Paula Radcliffe on restoring athletics' glory
"If we don’t have faith in what we are watching... then we don’t have a strong sport," says the British marathon champion and anti-doping campaigner.
Spain's PM says direct rule of Catalonia is the 'only reponse' to its bid for independence
Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy says imposing direct rule on Catalonia is the 'only response' to its push for independence.
Krygyzstan grapples with forced marriage of minors
"Taking and running away" custom mostly older men taking underage brides by force in central Asian nation, despite being outlawed.
Saudia Arabia: social reforms
Just a month after he lifted the ban on women driving, Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman of Saudi Arabia has signalled that more social reforms are in
'Luis the bastard' and the corruption case dogging Spain's ruling party
Prosecutor confirms mysterious 'Luis the bastard' is long-time Partido Popular treasurer Luis Bárcenas
Spanish government wants to restore "normality and legality" in Catalonia
Catalonia faces direct rule from Madrid
Human rights activists go on trial in Turkey
Eleven human rights activists including the local heads of Amnesty Internationl face 15 years on terrorism charges.
View: It is time for US Republicans to cross the political aisle
Republicans who care about ending up on the right side of history cannot stay on Trump’s side any longer, writes Nina L. Khrushcheva
'Hands off our saint': controversial film about Russian tsar's affair opens in Moscow
Orthodox leaders glorify Nicholas II as a saint and say his private life is off-limits.
China's Communist Party unveils new top leadership panel with President Xi Jinping at its head
China has unveiled its new six-strong leadership team who will work directly beneath President Xi Jinping
Iraqi Kurds offer 'talks and truce'
Kurdistan government offers to put independence vote results on hold to enable talks with Baghdad
Second Republican senator attacks Trump
Democrats rub hands with glee at Republican rebellion as second senator quits over Trump
Lazio promises action after fans' Anne Franck 'insult'
Italian football fanatics are known for their connections to the far-right. When SS Lazio supporters used an image of Anne Frank as an insult, it created a national scandal.