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.
Militants have sized three checkpoints around the town of Jisr al-Shughour, a town held by the Syrian government since 2011.
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 talks fail.
LGBT groups welcomed Jenner, and branded his candid interview as a "profound display of bravery and courage."
Doctors retrieved five bullets from Sabeen Mahmud's body, while her mother also sustained two bullet wounds.
Japan had, until now, very few rules regulating the use of drones. But the incident has prompted officials to conduct an emergency meeting to discuss stricter rules.
Witnesses reportedly described a force of over 2,000 assaulting the town of Marte, driving out Nigerian government forces.
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