Leader of the People's Alliance party Recep Tayyip Erdogan

AP/Emrah Gurel

1 of 5

The reigning president of this country won a runoff election held Sunday, securing 52% of the votes and stretching his rule into a third decade.

No handshake at the French Open

Pete Kiehart for The New York Times

2 of 5

In the 2023 French Open, Marta Kostyuk and Aryna Sabalenka became involved in a notable incident due to political tensions between their countries. Can you name the countries these players represent?

Marta Kostyuk of Ukraine went straight to the chair umpire, Louise Azemar Engzell, without shaking hands with her opponent, Aryna Sabalenka of Belarus, on Sunday at the French Open.

Halle Bailey

Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images

3 of 5

The live-action remake of this Disney movie made a splash in theaters this weekend, earning $95.5M so far and the top spot at the box office.

It’s The Little Mermaid. The remake of the children’s classic features Halle Bailey as Ariel, Melissa McCarthy as Ursula, and Javier Bardem as King Triton.

The Chinese-made C919 takes off from Shanghai Hongqiao Airport on May 28 for its first commercial flight.

CFOTO/Future Publishing/Getty Images

4 of 5

This country’s homegrown C919 passenger jet made its maiden commercial flight Sunday, a symbolic first challenge to Boeing and Airbus in one of their most important markets.

With a maximum range of about 3,500 miles and seating up to 192 passengers, Commercial Aircraft Corp. of China’s jet will compete with the single-aisle Boeing 737 and Airbus 320 families.

The Rialto Bridge in Venice is one of the city's most popular tourist sights


5 of 5

Residents of this romantic city woke up on Sunday morning to an unusual sight as the city's central waterway appeared to have turned fluorescent green.

Speculation is rife as to what might have caused the water around the famous Rialto Bridge in Venice to change color. Theories range from the release of dye to a protest by environmental activists. Social media users said the images reminded them of the 1968 stunt by Argentine artist Nicolás García Uriburu, who dyed the waters of the Grand Canal green in order to raise awareness of ecological issues.