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Topic - The European Championships
Tony Parker is one win from finally guiding France to its first major basketball title.
Aliya Mustafina stood atop the podium, proudly cradling her medal and watching the Russian flag rise.
Police have detained 17 people including the alleged ringleader of a riot at a soccer match between Italy and Serbia that was called off when Serbia fans threw flares and fireworks onto the field, burned a flag and broke barriers.
Police have detained 17 people including the alleged ringleader of a riot at a soccer match between Serbia and Italy, and UEFA warned that sanctions may include disqualification from the European Championship or exclusion from future competitions.