Turkey's opposition on Monday stepped up its objections to the conduct of a referendum that gave President Recep Tayyip Erdogan sweeping new powers by a narrower than expected margin and exposed bitter divisions in the country.
Bastia's home game with Lyon in French Ligue 1 was abandoned at halftime after supporters of the Corsican side twice invaded the pitch and attacked the visiting players on Sunday.
A week before France's presidential election, the four top candidates began a final push Sunday to woo undecided voters who will determine the outcome of a tight race between the hard left, center, right and far right.
Miko from Berlin may only be five, but he already has 1,000 euros (US$1,063) per month to live on -- not from hard graft, but as part of an experiment into universal basic income.
Twelve people were injured when a corrosive substance was sprayed inside a packed London nightclub, police and fire services said, amid a sharp rise in acid attacks in Britain's capital.
Britain's Prince Harry suffered "total chaos" before eventually seeking help to deal with the death of his mother Princess Diana, he said in an interview published Monday.
Turks were voting Sunday in a historic referendum on constitutional reforms that would greatly expand the powers of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Property developers are racing to build up prime land in Moscow's leafy outskirts with plans that involve razing entire villages and felling acres of forest.
Emma Morano, at 117 the world's oldest person who is also believed to have been the last surviving person born in the 1800s, died Saturday at her home in northern Italy, her physician said.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan won a historic referendum Sunday that will greatly expand the powers of his office, although opposition parties questioned the outcome and said they would challenge the results.