Indian bowler Ravindra Jadeja, with out cap celebrates with team member after being dismissing South Africa's Vernon Philander during the fifth day of the first cricket test match against South Africa in Visakhapatnam.
Indian bowler Mohammed Shami, with out cap, celebrates by showing broken wicket after dismissing South Africa's Dane Piedt during the fifth day of the first cricket test match against South Africa in Visakhapatnam.
Indian skipper Virat Kohli and teammates celebrating after win over South Africa on the first cricket test match between India and South Africa at Dr YS Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium, in Visakhapatnam.
Indian skipper Virat Kohli shakes hands with South Africa players after winning over South Africa during the first cricket test match at Dr YS Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium, in Visakhapatnam.
Sofia Kenin, left, and Bethanie Mattek-Sands of the United States hold the first-place trophy after beating Jelena Ostapenko of Latvia and Dayana Yastremska of Ukraine in the women's doubles final at the China Open tennis tournament in Beijing.
Noted film actress and Trinamool Congress MP Nusrat Jahan and her husband Nikhil Jain(R) participate in 'Pushpanjali' offering rituals of 'Maha Ashtami' during the ongoing Durga Puja festival, in Kolkata. West Bengal Minister Arup Biswas is also seen.
Noted film actress and Trinamool Congress MP Nusrat Jahan and her husband Nikhil Jain(L) participate in 'Pushpanjali' offering rituals of 'Maha Ashtami' during the ongoing Durga Puja festival, in Kolkata.
Naomi Osaka of Japan, left, and Ashleigh Barty of Australia pose with their trophies after the final of the women's singles final at the China Open tennis tournament in Beijing. Osaka defeated defeating Barty 3-6, 6-3, 6-2.
Salwa Karoui, wife of Tunisia's jailed presidential candidate and media mogul Nabil Karoui shows her ink stained finger to the press after casting her vote outside a polling station during a parliamentary election in Tunis, Tunisia. Tunisians are electing a new parliament Sunday amid a tumultuous political season, with a moderate Islamist party and a jailed tycoon's populist movement vying to come out on top of a crowded field.
National Conference President Farooq Abdullah waves towards media persons during a meeting with party leaders at his residence, in Gupkar in Srinagar. Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik yesterday granted permission to the 15-member delegation of Jammu and Kashmir National Conference (NC) to meet party president Farooq Abdullah, who is under house arrest at his Srinagar residence after being booked under the Public Safety Act.
Indian bowler Ravichandran Ashwin, with out cap, celebrates with team members after dismissing South Africa's Theunis de Bruyn during the fifth day of the first cricket test match against South Africa in Visakhapatnam.
Liverpool's James Milner celebrates his wining goal with Liverpool's Jordan Henderson during English Premier League soccer match between Liverpool and Leicester City in Anfield stadium in Liverpool, England.
New York Police Department officers investigate the scene of an attack in Manhattan's Chinatown neighborhood in New York. Four men who are believed to be homeless were brutally attacked and killed early Saturday in a street rampage. NYPD Detective Annette Shelton said that a fifth man remained in critical condition after also being struck with a long metal object that authorities recovered.
People go about their day during a break in anti-government protests which have disrupted businesses and daily life in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Haiti has seen weeks of protests calling for the resignation of President Jovenel Moise in which 17 people have been reported killed as demonstrations paralyze Haiti's economy, prevent 2 million children from going to school and force the suspension of badly needed aid, especially to rural areas.
Anti-government protesters rush to an injured protestor during a demonstration in Baghdad, Iraq. The spontaneous protests which started Tuesday in Baghdad and southern cities were sparked by endemic corruption and lack of jobs.
Hong Kong police in full protective gear patrol the streets of Hong Kong. All subway and train services were suspended, lines formed at the cash machines of shuttered banks, and shops were closed as Hong Kong dusted itself off and then started marching again Saturday after another night of rampaging violence decried as "a very dark day" by the territory's embattled leader.
Iraqi security forces fire tear gas while Anti-government protesters set fires and close a street during a demonstration in Baghdad, Iraq. The spontaneous protests which started Tuesday in Baghdad and southern cities were sparked by endemic corruption and lack of jobs. Security responded with a harsh crackdown, leaving more than 70 killed.
Pope Francis leaves after presiding over a consistory inside St. Peter's Basilica, at the Vatican. Pope Francis has chosen 13 men he admires and whose sympathies align with his to become the Catholic Church's newest cardinals.
Hot air balloons are inflated during the annual Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Organizers are expecting tens of thousands of spectators for opening weekend and exponentially more over the course of the nine-day event.