Pakistan quickly took the one wicket it needed Monday for another innings victory over struggling Zimbabwe in the second test and a 2-0 series sweep. It took only five overs on Day 4 for Shaheen Shah Afridi to end it by having Luke Jongwe caught behind by wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan for 37. Pakistan won by an innings and 147 runs at Harare Sports Club to go with the innings and 116-run win in the first test at the same venue.
Taiwan will quarantine all pilots for its largest carrier China Airlines Ltd for 14 days as it tries to stop an outbreak of COVID-19 among its crew, effectively grounding the airline, the health minister said on Monday. While Taiwan has generally kept the pandemic well under control due to early prevention with only sporadic domestic cases, since last month it has been dealing with an outbreak linked to China Airlines pilots and an airport hotel where many of them stayed. There have been 35 confirmed infections so far in the outbreak.
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While debate has raged over whether the Tokyo Olympics should go ahead this year, the Australian city of Brisbane has been moving closer to securing the hosting rights for the 2032 Summer Games - a deal that could be sealed as early as July. Influential Australian Olympic chief John Coates said at the weekend that the International Olympic Committee (IOC) was completing due diligence on the bid before it was presented to the body's Executive Board. "The reality is this: For Brisbane and Queensland, the bell for the last lap has rung, we have final hurdles to clear before the tape is breasted," Coates told the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC)'s Annual General Meeting on Saturday.
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Pakistan needed just one wicket at the start of the day and it took a little over 20 minutes for Shaheen to induce an edge from Luke Jongwe (37) to wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan, wrapping up the contest as Zimbabwe were bowled out for 231 in their second innings. Pakistan won the first test by an innings and 116 runs and have now completed a comprehensive series victory, which followed limited overs success in South Africa. The tourists had elected to bat and posted a massive 510 for eight declared, boosted by a maiden double-ton for opener Abid Ali, who spent almost 11 hours at the crease for his 215.
The Ministry of Health (MOH) on Monday (10 May) confirmed 19 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore, taking the country's total case count to 61,378.
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Indonesian authorities have arrested Papuan independence leader Victor Yeimo over accusations that he orchestrated some of the most serious civil unrest in decades that broke out in 2019, police said on Monday. Tension has reignited in recent weeks in Indonesia's easternmost provinces, with President Joko Widodo calling for a crackdown after a senior intelligence figure was shot dead late last month, and with an additional 400 troops deployed there. Yeimo, 38, who is the international spokesman of the West Papua National Committee, was arrested in the provincial capital of Jayapura on Sunday and is being questioned, said national police spokesman Iqbal Alqudusy.
Prime minister Boris Johnson is set to confirm the next stage of England's lockdown easing.
Bolivia's green delivery serviceBolivian companies have developed a pollution-free delivery chainLocation: Cochabamba, BoliviaDrivers use electric bikes and motorcyclesFood is packaged in compostable containersQuantium Motors, Kangaroo Go app and others are teaming up(SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) MEMBER OF TARGUET COMPANY, GINNY GALINDO, SAYING:"These packages decompose in 90 to 180 days. They are self-assembled and manufactured with vegetable-based inks. The objective of this production is to replace single-use plastics."Cochabamba is one of South America’s most polluted citiesThe use of single-use plastic has skyrocketed in this cityThese companies hope to build a greener future
South Korean police in Monday summoned an activist who said he flew hundreds of thousands of anti-Pyongyang propaganda leaflets toward North Korea in defiance of a new law that criminalizes such activities. The questioning of Park Sang-hak came hours after President Moon Jae-in in a nationally televised speech issued apparent criticism toward Park without naming him, saying it’s “never desirable” to dampen relations with the North by violating inter-Korean agreements and South Korean laws. While South Korea has faced criticism over the anti-leafleting law, which some human rights advocates see as an attack on democratic freedoms and efforts to break the North’s information blockage, Moon stressed that his government has “no choice but to strictly enforce laws.”
A man was shot and killed at the Vancouver International Airport on Sunday.Canadian authorities said that the incident happened in the main terminal.CBC News reported that police were looking for one or more suspects in connection with the shooting. The airport said that it was working with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and said that the situation had been contained. In a statement on Twitter, airport officials said, "our thoughts are with those impacted by today's incident.The airport is open and safe for airport workers and those who need to travel."It also recommended that passengers double-check with their respective airlines on their flight status.
German Alexander Zverev, who defeated claycourt specialists Rafa Nadal and Dominic Thiem en route to the final, lost his only set at this year's tournament to the 25-year-old before rallying for a 6-7(8) 6-4 6-3 win. Sascha won, not easily, but in two sets against Thiem and Rafa, and today (he) was struggling against me. Berrettini said he had his chances against world number six Zverev and he was brimming with confidence going into this week's ATP Masters event in Rome and the French Open starting at the end of the month.
Ahead of Islam's biggest festival Eid al-Fitr, many muslims in Bangladesh were rushing to buy new clothes and food to celebrate, with many crowding cheaper street markets this year due to the coronavirus pandemic hitting their wallets.Almost all shoppers were wearing masks while security personnel were handing out masks to those without.At the Banarasi Palli market, famous for traditionally selling women's saris, business was slow due to COVID-19. "Since last year we didn't have good sales. This year is also the same due to the coronavirus and the lockdown, we are in a bad situation," said shop owner, Mohammad Noor Azam.
The Palestinian Red Crescent said its teams were dealing with “more than 180” injured people amid clashes between protesters and the Israel Police at Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa Mosque on May 10.Police were using tear gas, stun grenades and rubber-tipped bullets, witnesses told Haaretz.Loud bangs can be heard in this video, and rising gas seen, as protesters hurl objects towards the police.Over 300 Palestinians and at least 20 police officers were injured in clashes over the weekend.Tensions have been heightened in Jerusalem this Ramadan, amid the possible eviction of several Palestinian families in the city’s eastern Shaikh Jarrah district. Credit: Wadi Hilweh Information Centre via Storyful