All six had denied the charges, and rights groups denounced their case as politically motivated against Crimean Tatars
Egyptian sides Pyramids and Al Masry will face each other in the group stage of the Confederation Cup.
Banks and schools were shut in a new wave of disruption as politicians struggled to agree on a new government to steer the country out of its worst economic crisis since the 1975-90 civil war
An alleged Islamic State militant is stuck after Turkey deported him and Greece refused him entry.
Some 47,000 pigs were killed near the inter-Korea border to stop the spread of African swine fever.
President Ashraf Ghani says three Taliban militants will be freed for Timothy Weeks and Kevin King.
The knife-wielding assailant was arrested after state television footage showed him storming a musical performance in Riyadh's King Abdullah Park by what appeared to be a foreign theatre troupe
Evo Morales, who resigned as president on Sunday, announces his departure as unrest continues.
Sir Richard Branson apologises after his tweet is criticised for showing "so many white people".
Spokesman Tinashe Farawo on Tuesday said at least 200 elephants have died in vast Hwange National Park alone since October and other parks are affected