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West Indies in the wickets as Proteas charge stutters By Nick Said PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa (Reuters) - West Indies fast bowler Jerome Taylor produced an excellent spell of swing bowling to halt South Africas charge as the Proteas went to lunch on 369 for seven on the third day of the second test at St George Park on Sunday. After only six overs were possible on day two, the start was again delayed by a wet outfield, adding to the frustration of the hosts who promised positive approach to accelerate the game forward as they seek to wrap up the series. ...
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Cricket-West Indies in the wickets as Proteas charge stutters By Nick Said PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa, Dec 28 (Reuters) - West Indies fast bowler Jerome Taylor produced an excellent spell of swing bowling to halt South Africas charge as the Proteas went to lunch on 369 for seven on the third day of the second test at St George Park on Sunday. After only six overs were possible on day two, the start was again delayed by a wet outfield, adding to the frustration of the hosts who promised positive approach to accelerate the game forward as they seek to wrap up the series. ...
Floods in Malaysia and Thailand kill at least 24 KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - The worst flooding in Malaysia in more than a decade has killed 10 people and forced nearly 160,000 from their homes and more rain is expected, authorities said on Sunday. Among the casualties, five were in the worst-hit state of Kelantan, in northeastern peninsular Malaysia. Over the border in southern Thailand, 14 people have been killed in the floods that began in mid-December. Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak toured some of the worst-hit areas this weekend, following his return from a vacation in Hawaii on Friday. ...
Cricket-Test Series South Africa v West Indies scoreboard Dec 28 (Infostrada Sports) - Scoreboard at lunch on the third day in the second Test between South Africa and West Indies on Sunday in Port Elizabeth, South Africa South Africa 1st innings (Overnight: 289-3)D. Elgar c Ramdin b Peters 121 A. Petersen c Johnson b Gabriel 17 F. du Plessis c Ramdin b Taylor 103 H. Amla lbw b Holder 33 A. de Villiers b Taylor 10 T. Bavuma c Ramdin b Gabriel 10 S. van Zyl c Ramdin b Peters 29 V. Philander not out 11 D. Steyn not out 13 Extras (b-4 lb-5 nb-8 w-5) 22 Total (for 7 wickets, 117 overs) 369 Fall of wickets: 1-47 A. Petersen,2-226 D. Elgar,3-274 F. ...
Airbus says missing AirAsia plane was delivered 2008 PARIS (Reuters) - The AirAsia aircraft that went missing on Sunday on its way to Singapore from Surabaya in Indonesia was delivered to its operator in 2008 and had recorded 23,000 flight hours on 13,600 flights, manufacturer Airbus said in a statement. Indonesia AirAsia Flight QZ8501, an Airbus 320-200 with 162 people aboard, lost contact with Jakarta air traffic control at 6:17 a.m. (2317 GMT), officials said. The pilots had asked to change course to avoid bad weather. More than 6,000 A320-200s are in service with over 300 operators. ...
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