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Erdogan has won Turkey's presidential election - government spokesman
ANKARA, June 24 (Reuters) - President Erdogan has won Sunday's presidential election, Turkish Government Spokesman Bekir Bozdag said, as unofficial results showed him leading with over 95 percent of votes counted.
Win or bust for Iceland against familiar foe Croatia
GELENDZHIK, Russia (Reuters) - Nothing less than a win will do for Iceland against Croatia if they are to emulate their Euro 2016 success by making it to the knockout stage at their first World Cup, but it will be a tall order against a familiar foe that leads Group D.
Turkey's presidential election to go second round, main opposition spokesman says
ISTANBUL, June 24 (Reuters) - Turkey's main opposition said it was too early to call a victory for President Tayyip Erdogan in Sunday's presidential election, as votes from the largest cities were still not counted, adding the contest would go to a second round.
Soccer-"Battle of the Cleaners" ends in draw
SAMARA, Russia, June 24 (Reuters) - It was perhaps fitting that the World Cup match between Senegal and Japan â whose fans have received international acclaim for their cleanliness in the stadium â ended in a thrilling 2-2 draw on Sunday in Yekaterinburg.
Turkey's ruling AK Party at 42.68 percent with 95.2 percent of votes counted -TV
ISTANBUL, June 24 (Reuters) - President Tayyip Erdogan's ruling AK Party had 42.68 percent of the votes with 95.2 percent of votes counted in Turkey's parliamentary elections, CNN Turk and local broadcasters said on Sunday.
Soccer-Cisse points finger at defense after 2-2 draw with Japan
YEKATERINBURG, Russia, June 24 (Reuters) - Senegal coach Aliou Cisse criticized his team for letting Japan equalize twice in their World Cup Group H game on Sunday and said he expected more from central defenders Kalidou Koulibaly and Salif Sane.
It's not just Ronaldo playing Iran, Portuguese coach says
SARANSK, Russia (Reuters) - Portugal coach Fernando Santos has dismissed the suggestion that his team relied too much on Cristiano Ronaldo and said they worked hard to function as a unit as they prepared to face Iran in their decisive World Cup Group B match on Monday.
FACTBOX-Soccer-Iceland v Croatia
June 24 (Reuters) - Iceland take on Croatia in a World Cup
PREVIEW-Soccer-Win or bust for Iceland against familiar foe Croatia
GELENDZHIK, Russia, June 24 (Reuters) - Nothing less than a win will do for Iceland against Croatia if they are to emulate their Euro 2016 success by making it to the knockout stage at their first World Cup, but it will be a tall order against a familiar foe that leads Group D.
UPDATE 1-Soccer-FIFA opens proceedings against hot-headed German team officials
VATUTINKI, June 24 (Reuters) - FIFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against two German team officials who stormed towards the Sweden bench gesticulating and clapping after the defending World Cup champions' last-gasp Group F victory on Saturday.
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