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Many people are disgruntled with the president's handling of the economy after a decade in power.
Aleksandar Vucic has dominated Serbian politics but rivals see elections as a first step in removing him.
A selection of striking images from our readers around the world.
West Indies get over the line in a nervy chase to beat England by four wickets on Duckworth-Lewis-Stern in a rain-shortened third one-day international to clinch the series win.
He has had more impact than every Japanese player before him - and now has a record $700m deal.
Turks and Caicos Islanders are helping protect the reef from the deadliest ever coral sickness.
Judges, journalists and women's groups watch as Poland's Donald Tusk inches closer to power.
The Canadian singer on her transformation from Billie Eilish balladeer to platinum-plated pop star.
Will the transition to a new clean energy system happen quickly, or will we fry the planet first?
Many people wait until the new year to join a gym or start running - but now might be the best time.
The Grand Theft Auto 6 trailer depicts the city's extremes - what does it tell us about US culture?
The new contract with LA Dodgers makes the Japanese star one of the world's most valuable athletes.
Green Party Women's committee argue they are being punished for members' gender-critical views.
Several of Sunday's papers feature challenges to the government's Rwanda deportation plans.
Korean dramas now have female leads, after years when the spotlight rarely shone on women.
Match of the Day's Ian Wright and Jermaine Jenas explain how Bournemouth manager Andoni Iraola set his team up to convincingly beat Erik ten Hag's Manchester United.
A man in his 60s and a woman in her 50s died and an officer is in hospital after the collision.
She has faced mounting calls to resign since giving controversial Congressional testimony.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola believes his side is being judged by higher standards than any of their Premier League rivals.
Prince and Princess of Wales use a monochrome image, while King and Queen go for Coronation photo.