Man City thrash Watford 6-0 in FA Cup final to complete domestic treble
Raheem Sterling scored a hat-trick, while David Silva, Kevin de Bruyne and Gabriel Jesus also netted to cap a glorious campaign with the biggest margin of victory in an FA Cup final since 1903.
Australian conservative PM hails 'miracle' election victory
Morrison had entered the election as an underdog, but after a hard-fought campaign defied the odds to extend the Liberal-National coalition's six-year rule.
Sudan army rulers say talks with protesters to resume Sunday
"The Transitional Military Council announces the resumption of negotiations with the Alliance for Freedom and Change on Sunday at the presidential palace," the ruling army council said in a Saturday statement.
Exit polls tip Labor to win Australia election
Between 16 and 17 million people were expected to vote across the vast island-continent in a bitterly fought election that may be the first anywhere decided by climate policy.
Violent kidnappings-for-ransom spread across Nigeria
In Nigeria, kidnappings for ransom have been a risk in the oil-rich south for decades.
Eva Longoria warns abortion bans are danger to women
Longoria warned of a 'domino effect' with a dozen other Republican-controlled US states seeking to restrict the rights of women to abortion.
Modi meditates as India mega polls near end
Modi's hectic campaign which started in March has seen him address three rallies a day on average, crisscrossing the length and breadth of the geographically diverse nation of 1.3 billion people.
Australians vote in first 'climate election'
Between 16 and 17 million people are expected to vote across the vast island-continent, with the centre-left Labour party tipped for victory after six years in opposition.
Maduro hails start of Norway-brokered talks with opposition
The mediation bid comes after a months-long power struggle between National Assembly leader Juan Guaido and the socialist president, with sometimes deadly street clashes.
Tiger passes golf supremacy to Koepka at historic PGA
It happened at the PGA Championship after defending champion Koepka fired a five-under par 65 at Bethpage Black on Friday to seize a seven-stroke lead on 12-under 128.
In Angola's oil region, separatists accuse president of crackdown
'The people of Cabinda have never benefited from its oil,' said lawyer Arao Bula Tempo, who campaigns for independence.
Nadal sweeps into Italian Open semis as Federer, Osaka pull out injured
It is Rafael Nadal’s fourth straight semifinal on clay this season, but he has not managed to go further before.
Kenyan ex-president Moi fined for land grabbing
Judge Antony Ombwayo said there was ‘no iota of evidence’ that former president Daniel Arap Moi, now 94, legally owned the property he sold to a timber firm in 2007.
Theresa May’s time in power nears end with Brexit saga unresolved
The Conservative leader has previously won praise for her determination and ability to survive what has often felt like a three-year political crisis since the referendum vote.
Migrant ghost story makes Cannes history
Mati Diop told AFP that it was while she was making a short film in Senegal a decade ago that she began to wrestle with the tragic push-and-pull factors leading Africans to flee the continent.
Internet star Grumpy Cat dies at age of seven
The mixed-breed cat, whose real name is Tardar Sauce, found fame when a photo of her as a kitten was posted on Reddit in September 2012, her website says.
Cricket World Cup winners to get record $4m prize money
In all a total of $10 million is on offer during the showpiece men's one-day international tournament, which starts later this month and lasts 46 days.
Injured Osaka pulls out of Rome in French Open scare
The Japanese star was due to meet Madrid Open champion and sixth seed Kiki Bertens for a place in the final four in Rome.