New Zealand were skittled for 202 but hit back with the key wicket of David Warner on an eventful opening day in the historic day-night Test in Adelaide on Friday. It was the biggest international crowd at the Adelaide Oval since England's headline-grabbing 1932-33 Bodyline series in Australia. Mitchell Starc, the new leader of Australia's pace attack, and new ball partner Josh Hazlewood claimed three wickets each before Starc was forced from the field with an ankle injury.
President Francois Hollande vowed Friday that France would respond to the "army of fanatics" which carried out the Paris attacks with more songs, concerts and shows, as the nation paused to pay homage to the victims. "We will not give in either to fear or to hate," said Hollande on a cold and misty day in the courtyard of the historic Invalides, the 17th-century complex housing Napoleon's tomb. "To all of you, I solemnly promise that France will do everything to destroy the army of fanatics that committed these crimes," he said before a crowd of 2,600 dignitaries and some of those injured in the violence.