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Bosnian war criminal dies after 'taking poison' in UN court drama

Bosnian war criminal dies after 'taking poison' in UN court drama

A Bosnian Croat war criminal died Wednesday after apparently drinking poison in dramatic courtroom scenes after UN judges upheld his 20-year jail term, Croatian media said, throwing the tribunal into chaos during its final judgement.

Dutch FA chief says he’ll stand to replace Platini as UEFA head

Dutch FA chief says he’ll stand to replace Platini as UEFA head

Dutch football association chief Michael van Praag said he would stand as a candidate to replace disgraced Michel Platini as head of UEFA yesterday after European football’s governing body announced a September election for president.

Japan’s market gain is seen as no false dawn

Japan’s market gain is seen as no false dawn

After Japanese stocks capped their best three weeks since 2014, investors see plenty of reasons to believe the rally will stick.

Oil rebounds on investor optimism over producers' deal

Oil rebounds on investor optimism over producers' deal

Crude oil futures rebounded on Wednesday on investor hopes that a deal between Saudi Arabia and Russia to freeze oil output at January levels would lead to a wider pact among producers that could eventually see production cuts to support prices.