**Pakistani Militants Attack Karachi Airport, 28 Dead**
Heavily-armed militants stormed the main airport in Karachi, Pakistan Sunday, leading to a five-hour gunbattle with police and soldiers, leaving at least 28 people dead, including 10 gunmen.
Officials say all 10 gunmen were either shot by police or blew themselves up with suicide vests.
Several security personnel were killed along with four airport staff members. Passengers were evacuated to safety and none were hurt.
Officials say the militants wore disguises resembling airport security uniforms and used hand grenades and rocket launchers to blast their way into the terminal at Jinnah International Airport.
Several large explosions were heard throughout the gunfight with police that lasted well into Monday morning. A huge fire erupted during the clash, lighting up the night sky.
The army said the airport had been secured by dawn Monday.
The Pakistan Taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack. The militant group recently held failed peace talks with the Pakistani government.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif condemned the attackers.
**Nadal Continues French Open Domination with 5th-Straight Title**
Spaniard Rafael Nadal has proven again he is the king of clay in men's tennis, after defeating Serbian Novak Djokovic to win his fifth-straight French Open championship.
The top-ranked Nadal dropped the first set on Sunday in Paris, but rebounded for a 3-6, 7-5, 6-2, 6-4 victory.
The win pushed his all-time record at the French Open to 66-1 with nine titles. His 14 career Grand Slam victories trail only Switzerland's Roger Federer.
Djokovic, the number two player in the world, has won five Grand Slam titles of his own, but has never won the French. He also lost to Nadal in the 2012 final.
In the women's draw, Russian Maria Sharapova outlasted Romanian Simona Halep Saturday to win her second French Open championship in three years.