Indian television reported that hundreds of people may be trapped in the remains of a collapsed building, after a powerful earthquake struck the country Saturday.
Foreign convicts -- two from Australia, one each from Brazil, France and the Philippines, and four from Africa -- have all lost appeals for clemency from President Joko Widodo.
Militants have sized three checkpoints around the town of Jisr al-Shughour, which has been held by the Syrian government since 2011.
LGBT groups welcomed Jenner, and branded his candid interview as a "profound display of bravery and courage."
The country's foreign minister likened talks to a "game of chicken," and raised the specter of the rise of the far-right in Greece should negotiations fail.
Doctors retrieved five bullets from Sabeen Mahmud's body, while her mother also sustained two bullet wounds.
Witnesses reportedly described a force of over 2,000 assaulting the town of Marte, driving out Nigerian government forces.
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