Leicester City's Riyad Mahrez becomes the first African player in England’s Premier League named by teammates and opposition as the Professional Footballers’ Association Player of the Year.
The Christian Democrat premier of Saxony, Stanislaw Tillich, has resigned after an embarrassing showing by his party in last month's general election. The party came second to the far-right Alternative for Germany.
One of the Premier League's most famous clubs, Newcastle United could have a new owner by the start of 2018. The club's owner has announced that he has put the northern English club on the market.
After months of negotiations, four Dutch parties have reportedly reached a tentative agreement to form a new government. After years of austerity, it is expected to bring in tax cuts and boost spending on defense.
Japan's premier, Shinzo Abe, has sent a ritual offering to a controversial Tokyo shrine for war dead. Such gestures are a source of tension in the region, where the site is seen as a symbol of Japan's wartime aggression.
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