NEW YORK (AP) — Novak Djokovic needed all of 15 minutes to take the first five games against Sam Querrey, sending the top-seeded Serb on his way to the U.S. Open's fourth round for the eighth year in a row.
By Maria Golovnina and Mehreen Zahra-Malik ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - About 8,000 protesters camped outside the home of Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday demanding he quit, more than two weeks into a political crisis that has destabilized the nuclear-armed nation. Thousands of demonstrators, led by former cricket hero Imran Khan and moderate cleric Tahir ul-Qadhave, have been camped outside parliament in the capital Islamabad for more than two weeks. Late on Friday, protesters led by opposition leaders Imran Khan, a hero cricket player turned politician, and cleric Tahir ul-Qadri, marched on a house in central Islamabad housing the prime minister, prompting the police to fire tear gas.
A European arrest warrant was issued Saturday for the parents of a five-year-old British boy with a brain tumour who was snatched from hospital without medical consent. The police said they had "positive information" to suggest that Ashya King and his family could be in Spain, where they have "strong links" to the Marbella area on the south coast. King's parents, who are Jehovah's Witnesses, drove him away from a hospital in Southampton in southern England on Thursday and were seen boarding a ferry to Cherbourg in France. "We have obtained a European arrest warrant," said assistant chief constable Chris Shead from Britain's Hampshire Constabulary.