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Powerful earthquake strikes Nepal: Things to Know

Volunteers work to remove debris at the historic Dharahara tower, a city landmark, after an earthquake in Kathmandu, Nepal, Saturday, April 25, 2015. A strong magnitude-7.9 earthquake shook Nepal's capital and the densely populated Kathmandu Valley before noon Saturday, causing extensive damage with toppled walls and collapsed buildings, officials said. (AP Photo/ Niranjan Shrestha) A powerful earthquake struck the Nepal region on Saturday, causing widespread casualties and triggering an avalanche on Mount Everest.


Quake triggers Everest avalanche, 10 killed

By Gopal Sharma KATHMANDU (Reuters) - A huge earthquake in Nepal unleashed an avalanche on Mount Everest on Saturday, killing at least 10 people at the start of the main climbing season. The avalanche buried part of the base camp, raising fears for the safety of hundreds of climbers who were in the area, said Gyanendra Shrestha of the Tourism Ministry in Kathmandu.He said two tents at the camp had been filled with the injured. "The toll could go up, it may include foreigners as well as sherpas (guides)," he said.Ministry officials estimated that at least 1,000 climbers, including about 400 foreigners, had been at base camp or on Everest when the earthquake struck. April is one of the most popular times to scale Everest, before rain and clouds cloak the world's highest peak at the end of May.The 7.9 magnitude quake was the strongest to hit Nepal for 81 years and was known to have killed well over 700 people, mostly in the Kathmandu Valley, as well as sending tremors through northern India.

Urawa beats Nagoya 2-1 to increase lead in J-League

SAITAMA, Japan (AP) — Takahiro Sekine and Yuki Muto both scored as Urawa Reds defeated Nagoya Grampus 2-1 on Saturday to remain undefeated and provisionally increase its lead at the top of the J-League.

Thousands honor soldiers on 100th year of Gallipoli battle

Bill Grayden shows his medals as he speaks to The Associated Press in Gallipoli, Turkey, Friday, April 24, 2015. For the first time at age 95, Grayden has come to Gallipoli, where his father stormed the beach and took a bullet through his lung during the ill-fated British-led World War I invasion. Grayden was among thousands of Australians and New Zealanders who made the pilgrimage from the southern hemisphere to this distant peninsula in Turkey.(AP Photo/Burhan Ozbilici) GALLIPOLI, Turkey (AP) — For the first time at age 95, Bill Grayden has come to Gallipoli, where his father stormed the beach and took a bullet through his lung during the ill-fated British-led World War I invasion.


Burundi ruling party nominates president for third term, risking unrest

Burundi's President Nkurunziza attends ruling CNDD-FDD party congress in the capital Bujumbura By Patrick Nduwimana BUJUMBURA (Reuters) - Burundi's ruling party chose President Pierre Nkurunziza to run for a third five-year term on Saturday, a move critics say is unconstitutional and may trigger unrest in the east African country. The army now includes both ethnic groups and has absorbed rival factions.


Top Asian News at 2:00 p.m. GMT

KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — A powerful earthquake struck Nepal Saturday, killing at least 906 people across a swath of four countries as the violently shaking earth collapsed houses, leveled centuries-old temples and triggered avalanches on Mt. Everest. It was the worst tremor to hit the poor South Asian nation in over 80 years. At least 876 people were confirmed dead in Nepal, according to the police. Another 20 were killed in India, six in Tibet and two in Bangladesh. Two Chinese citizens died at the Nepal-China border. The death toll is almost certain to rise, said deputy Inspector General of Police Komal Singh Bam.

Indonesia informs convicts of execution, Frenchman excluded

Children of Filipina drug convict and death row prisoner Mary Jane Veloso, Mark Darren, 6 (lower front C), Mark Daniel, 12 (C), along with other relatives arrive in Cilacap, to visit Nusakambangan maximum security prison island, on April 25, 2015 Indonesia said Saturday it has officially notified eight foreign drug convicts that they will be executed, but a Frenchman was granted a temporary reprieve after Paris stepped up pressure on Jakarta. The eight -- from Australia, Brazil, Nigeria and the Philippines -- have been transported to the high-security prison island of Nusakambangan where they will face the firing squad along with an Indonesian prisoner, despite strident international criticism. "Today, just now, we just finished notifying every convict, nine people except for Serge," a spokesman for the attorney-general's office, Tony Spontana, told AFP, adding it would be at least three days until the sentences are carried out. Officials said earlier that Frenchman Serge Atlaoui, who was expected to be among the group being put to death, will not be included in the forthcoming batch as he still has an outstanding legal appeal.


Indonesia informs convicts of execution, Frenchman excluded

Children of Filipina drug convict and death row prisoner Mary Jane Veloso, Mark Darren, 6 (lower front C), Mark Daniel, 12 (C), along with other relatives arrive in Cilacap, to visit Nusakambangan maximum security prison island, on April 25, 2015 Indonesia said Saturday it has officially notified eight foreign drug convicts that they will be executed, but a Frenchman was granted a temporary reprieve after Paris stepped up pressure on Jakarta. The eight -- from Australia, Brazil, Nigeria and the Philippines -- have been transported to the high-security prison island of Nusakambangan where they will face the firing squad along with an Indonesian prisoner, despite strident international criticism. "Today, just now, we just finished notifying every convict, nine people except for Serge," a spokesman for the attorney-general's office, Tony Spontana, told AFP, adding it would be at least three days until the sentences are carried out. Officials said earlier that Frenchman Serge Atlaoui, who was expected to be among the group being put to death, will not be included in the forthcoming batch as he still has an outstanding legal appeal.


Moscow to investigate amid struggle over Chechen authority

By Jason Bush MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia announced on Saturday it would investigate the shooting dead of a Chechen that has highlighted tensions between central police authorities and a hardline Chechen regional leader brought in by President Vladimir Putin to quell separatism. Police from the neighboring Stavropol region shot a man dead in the regional capital Grozny last Sunday, infuriating regional leader Ramzan Kadyrov, who urged his own police to "shoot to kill" if officers from outside Chechnya acted there without permission. In a potential headache for Putin as he tries to balance rival factions in his power structure, resentment against Kadyrov also appears to be building up among top law enforcement officials in Moscow - and vice versa - as a result of turf wars over their respective authorities. Underlying all this is Moscow's attempts to restore stability throughout the north Caucasus region where Islamist militants have been operating.

How London man may have helped trigger the 'flash crash'

FILE - In this May 6, 2010 file photo, Frank Masiello works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in New York. If U.S. authorities are correct, Navinder Singh Sarao, helped set off the “flash crash” that day, raising fears that it’s not just big banks and hedge funds that can create chaos on exchanges and wipe out the savings of ordinary investors. (AP Photo/Henny Ray Abrams) NEW YORK (AP) — He operated from a modest suburban London home he shared with his parents, far from the city's glamorous financial center. He used off-the-shelf software anyone can buy.


Thousands remember Anzac heroism on Gallipoli centenary

An Australian man stands next to boats on Hamza koy beach in the town of Gallipoli, during an unofficial dawn service marking the 100th anniversary of Anzac Day, on April 25, 2015 Thousands of Australians and New Zealanders on Saturday thronged the beaches of Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula to remember the heroism and sacrifice of their forefathers in the World War I campaign against the Ottoman Empire 100 years ago. Troops from the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) launched their first amphibious assaults on the Gallipoli Peninsula in what is now western Turkey on April 25, 1915, splashing through the waters into a rain of Ottoman gunfire.


Thousands remember Anzac heroism on Gallipoli centenary

An Australian man stands next to boats on Hamza koy beach in the town of Gallipoli, during an unofficial dawn service marking the 100th anniversary of Anzac Day, on April 25, 2015 Thousands of Australians and New Zealanders on Saturday thronged the beaches of Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula to remember the heroism and sacrifice of their forefathers in the World War I campaign against the Ottoman Empire 100 years ago. Troops from the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) launched their first amphibious assaults on the Gallipoli Peninsula in what is now western Turkey on April 25, 1915, splashing through the waters into a rain of Ottoman gunfire.


Nepal quake: Hundreds dead, history crumbles, Everest shaken

Rescuers clear the debris at Durbar Sqaure after an earthquake in Kathmandu, Nepal, Saturday, April 25, 2015. A strong magnitude-7.9 earthquake shook Nepal's capital and the densely populated Kathmandu Valley before noon Saturday, causing extensive damage with toppled walls and collapsed buildings, officials said. (AP Photo/ Niranjan Shrestha) KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — A strong magnitude-7.9 earthquake shook Nepal's capital and the densely populated Kathmandu Valley before noon Saturday, causing extensive damage with toppled walls and collapsed buildings, officials said.


Australians get 72-hour notice of execution in Indonesia: source

Australian Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran wait in a temporary cell for their appeal hearing in Denpasar District Court in Indonesia's resort island of Bali JAKARTA (Reuters) - Two Australian drug convicts were notified on Saturday that they will be executed by firing squad in 72 hours at the Indonesian prison island of Nusakambangan, a source with direct knowledge of the matter said. "A 72 hours notice of execution was given to Bali 9 death row inmates Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran on Saturday," the source told Reuters, declining to comment further. A total of seven convicts have received notifications of their imminent execution, said a lawyer for a Nigerian death row inmate who is among the group. ...


Jailed Venezuelan mayor transferred from prison to hospital

FILE - In this Oct. 27, 2009 file photo, Caracas' Mayor Antonio Ledezma attends a meeting by the Commission of External Relationships in Brazil's Senate in Brasilia, Brazil. The jailed mayor of Venezuela’s capital may be released from prison to house arrest for health reasons. The Public Prosecutor’s office announced late Friday, April 24, 2015 that the change would allow Ledezma to undergo surgery and recuperate. Ledezma was arrested by the secret police during a raid on his office in February 2015, and is being held on charges of plotting a coup against the government, an allegation he denies. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres, File) CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — The jailed mayor of Venezuela's capital has been taken from prison to a hospital where he will undergo emergency surgery for a groin hernia.


Spurs keep Saints in check despite Pelle brace

Tottenham Hotspur's Belgian defender Jan Vertonghen (right) vies with Southampton's Senegalese midfielder Sadio Mane during their Premier League match at St Mary's Stadium in Southampton on April 25, 2015 Tottenham Hotspur remain a point above Southampton in the Premier League's Europa League qualifying race after twice cancelling out goals by Graziano Pelle in a 2-2 draw on Saturday. Pelle exploited mistakes by Ryan Mason and Ben Davies to poke hosts Southampton in front in the 29th minute, but Erik Lamela equalised just before half-time when Eric Dier's cross hit his arm and flew past Kelvin Davis.


Nepal quake: Hundreds dead, history crumbled, Everest shaken

Nepal quake: Hundreds dead, history crumbled, Everest shaken A powerful earthquake struck Nepal Saturday, killing at least 718 people across a swath of four countries as the violently shaking earth collapsed houses, leveled centuries-old temples and triggered avalanches on Mt. Everest. It was the worst tremor to hit the poor South Asian nation in over 80 years.


Pelle scores brace as Southampton draws 2-2 with Tottenham

Southampton's Graziano Pelle, left, scores past Tottenham Hotspur's Ben Davies during the English Premier League soccer match at St Mary's, Southampton, England, Saturday April 25, 2015. (Chris Ison/PA via AP) UNITED KINGDOM OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVE SOUTHAMPTON, England (AP) — Tottenham head coach Mauricio Pochettino saw his side draw 2-2 against Southampton on Saturday in the Premier League on his first return to St. Mary's since leaving last summer.


Nepal police say at least 876 confirmed dead in massive earthquake outside of Kathmandu

KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — Nepal police say at least 876 confirmed dead in massive earthquake outside of Kathmandu.

Russian bikers begin run despite Polish entry ban

A group of Russian bikers rides leaving Moscow, Saturday, April 25, 2015, as they begin run to Germany to mark the 70th anniversary of Soviet victory over Nazi Germany. Riders from a Russian nationalist motorcycle group have begun their run commemorating the Red Army's offensive against Nazi Germany, despite Poland's announcement that it would refuse to let them in the country. About 20 bikers including members of the Night Wolves group set off from Moscow Saturday, with the aim of crossing into Poland before eventually reaching Berlin on May 9. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko) MOSCOW (AP) — Riders from a Russian nationalist motorcycle group on Saturday began their run commemorating the Red Army's offensive against Nazi Germany, despite Poland's announcement that it would refuse to let them in the country.


Togo votes as president seeks to continue family dynasty

People wait in line to cast their ballot during the Togo elections, at a polling station in Lome, Togo, Saturday, April 25, 2015. Togo’s president, whose family has ruled this West African nation for nearly 50 years, appealed for peace as he vied for re-election Saturday against four other candidates. (AP Photo/Erick Kaglan) LOME, Togo (AP) — Togo's president, whose family has ruled this small West African nation for nearly 50 years, appealed for peace as he vied for re-election Saturday against four other candidates.


Tribunal tells Ghana to stop oil work in Ivory Coast dispute

An international maritime tribunal on Saturday ruled that Ghana should suspend a multi-billion dollar offshore oil development program in sea areas involved in a boundary dispute with Ivory Coast. Ivory Coast had made a request to the authority handling the case, the Hamburg-based International Tribunal of the Law of the Sea (ITLOS), that Ghana suspend oil exploration and exploitation operations in the disputed area while legal hearings into the dispute go ahead. The court said it accepted the request from Ivory Coast that Ghana should suspend offshore oil development in the disputed sea area and stop new development.

Michael Schumacher's son makes strong Formula 4 debut

OSCHERSLEBEN, Germany (AP) — The teenage son of former Formula One champion Michael Schumacher made a strong debut at Formula 4 level on Saturday.

Car bombs driven by foreigners hit Iraq-Jordan border post

CLARIFYING IDENTITY OF MAN. A member of the Iraqi security forces aims his weapon to attack Islamic State group militants on al-Houz bridge on the Euphrates river in Ramadi, 70 miles (115 kilometers) west of Baghdad, Iraq, Friday, April 24, 2015. Iraqi security forces recaptured a key bridge from Islamic militants in the capital of western Anbar on Friday, said an Iraqi security official, as top Shiite cleric renewed calls for national unity among political groups in the face of Islamic militant group. (AP Photo) BAGHDAD (AP) — Three suicide car bombs driven by foreigners targeted the remote desert border crossing between Iraq and Jordan Saturday killing at least four Iraqi soldiers, said Iraqi officials.


UK's Cameron scores own goal with pre-election football gaffe

British Prime Minister David Cameron appeared to forget which football team he supported on Saturday, drawing ridicule on social media just days ahead of an election in a country known for its love of sport. Cameron, a descendant of King William IV and an alumnus of the elite Eton College, was left looking embarrassed after referring to his support for the east London Premier League club West Ham in a speech about identity. Cameron quickly tried to backtrack, pointing out that he is in fact a fan of Aston Villa, another Premier League club from the center of England who wear a similarly colored kit.

Family looks to future after fugitive brother's return to US

FILE - In a Thursday Dec. 18, 2014 file photo, former family practice doctor Genevieve Kelley, center, looks back at her lawyers during a hearing in Coos County Superior Court in Lancaster, N.H. Kelley is charged with fleeing the country with her young daughter during a custody dispute. Kelley, turned herself in to face a custodial interference charge. (AP Photo/Jim Cole, File) CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — For years, Beth Kelley posted the message to her brother on Facebook: "Happy Birthday Scott, wherever you are."


Turkey's Erdogan slams nations recognizing Armenian genocide

ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey's president has lashed out at country leaders who have recognized the killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks as genocide on the centenary of the massacres.

Nishikori beats Klizan to return to Barcelona Open final

Kei Nishikori of Japan plays a return to Martin Klizan of Slovakia, during the Barcelona open tennis tournament in Barcelona, Spain, Saturday, April 25, 2015. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez) BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Defending champion Kei Nishikori is back in the final of the Barcelona Open after beating Martin Klizan of Slovakia 6-1, 6-2 Saturday.


Insurgents seize Syrian strategic town of Jisr al-Shughour, army says redeploys

A rebel fighter from Ahrar al-Sham Islamic Movement reacts as they fire grad rockets from Idlib countryside, towards forces loyal to President Assad stationed at Jureen town in al-Ghab plain in the Hama countryside Islamist insurgents including al-Qaeda's wing in Syria Nusra Front seized the strategic northwestern Syrian town of Jisr al-Shughour on Saturday, for the first time in the four year conflict. Opposition fighters and the Syrian Observatory for Human rights said that the town was now totally controlled by the insurgents.


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Devastating Nepal earthquake kills hundreds, triggers deadly Everest avalanche

Collapsed building is pictured after an earthquake hit, in Kathmandu By Gopal Sharma and Ross Adkin KATHMANDU (Reuters) - A powerful earthquake struck Nepal and sent tremors through northern India on Saturday, killing hundreds of people, toppling an historic 19th-century tower in the capital Kathmandu and touching off a deadly avalanche on Mount Everest. There were reports of devastation in outlying, isolated mountainous areas after the quake struck with a magnitude of 7.9, the worst in 81 years, with its epicenter 50 miles (80 km) east of Nepal's second largest city, Pokhara. A home ministry official told Reuters said the death toll had reached 758 in Nepal. A further 34 fatalities were reported in northern India and one in Bangladesh.


Another condemned Ala inmate claiming innocence

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Anthony Ray Hinton, who spent 28 years on Alabama's death row for two murders despite his claims of innocence, walked free earlier this month after prosecutors admitted they couldn't prove his guilt.

Three Islamic State car bombs hit Iraq-Jordan border crossing, four dead

BAGHDAD/AMMAN (Reuters) - Three suicide car bombs exploded at a border crossing between Iraq and Jordan on Saturday, killing four soldiers, a witness and an Iraqi border police source said, in an attack claimed shortly afterwards by Islamic State. The Islamic State militant group claimed responsibility for the attack in a video, saying it had targeted a government complex, control point for the border crossing, and army patrol, according to monitoring group SITE. The Iraqi government announced a new offensive this month to recapture parts of Anbar, Iraq's Sunni Muslim heartland, from Islamic State, but the Sunni militants struck back by attacking Ramadi, the Baiji refinery, and al-Thirthar dam.

Clashes rage in Yemen as calls for peace talks grow

An armed militiaman loyal to Yemen's fugitive President Abderabbo Mansour Hadi keeps position during reported clashes with Huthi rebels in the port city of Aden's Dar Saad suburb, on April 24, 2015 Fierce fighting raged Saturday in south Yemen between Iran-backed rebels and loyalists of exiled President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi, as pressure mounted for the warring factions to hold political talks. The Huthi rebels, who have overrun large parts of the country and forced Hadi to flee overseas, have demanded a complete end to a month of Saudi-led air strikes against them as a condition for UN-sponsored talks. Clashes left at least 38 people dead on Saturday in towns in the south of the impoverished country, strategically located next to oil-rich Saudi Arabia and key shipping routes. Former strongman Ali Abdullah Saleh, who still holds sway over army units allied with the Shiite rebels, late on Friday urged the Huthis to heed UN demands to withdraw from territory they have seized.


IS suicide bombers kill four at Iraq-Jordan crossing

An Iraqi soldier guards a checkpoint on the outskirts of Baghdad, on April 14, 2015 The Islamic State group claimed an attack Saturday by French, Belgian and Senegalese suicide bombers on the Iraq-Jordan border that officials said killed at least four Iraqi security personnel. The bombers detonated explosives-rigged vehicles, one of them a lorry, at checkpoints on the Iraqi side of the Turaibil crossing, said Sabah Karhout, the head of the Anbar province council. The deputy head of the crossing, Khaled Alwan, and army Colonel Jabr Khailan, both confirmed the attack but gave higher tolls. The Islamic State (IS) jihadist group claimed the assault in a statement posted online, saying the bombers were from France, Belgium and Senegal.


Tensions as Burundi president launches contested re-election bid

Burundi's government has slapped a nationwide ban on demonstrations, following threats by the opposition and activists to step up protests in order to block President Pierre Nkurunziza's attempt to illegally stay in office Burundi's president was Saturday declared as candidate for a controversial third term in office, his ruling party announced, despite mounting protests over a move that the opposition says is unconstitutional. There were fears the political crisis, during which President Pierre Nkurunziza's ruling CNDD-FDD party has also been accused of intimidating opponents, could push Burundi back into violence. The opposition has vowed to take to the streets to challenge Nkurunziza's candidacy for the June 26 presidential elections. There was tight security as the CNDD-FDD opened a special party congress on Saturday morning, during which Nkurunziza was officially designated as the party's candidate.


8 dead, more missing in quake-triggered avalanche on Everest

FILE - This Oct. 21, 2005 file photo shows Mount Everest from an aerial view taken over Nepal. Senior mountaineering guide, Ang Tshering, said an avalanche swept the face of Mt. Everest after the massive earthquake, Saturday April 25, 2015 while government officials say at least 30 people have been injured on the mountain. (AP Photo/Jody Kurash, File) KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — An avalanche triggered by a massive earthquake in Nepal smashed into a base camp at the foothills of Mount Everest on Saturday, killing at least eight climbers and guides, injuring many and leaving an unknown number missing near the mountain's most dangerous spot, officials said.


Four Egypt militants killed making bombs: police

Egyptian police special forces secure the area outside a courthouse in the Cairo district of Heliopolis on June 25, 2014 Egyptian police said Saturday that four Islamists were killed in an accidental explosion while preparing bombs south of the capital. Police said the suspected militants were members of the blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood movement of former Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, whom the army toppled in 2013. Morsi's overthrow, prompted by mass street protests against his year-long rule, was followed by a deadly crackdown on his supporters and a surge in militant attacks on police. His Muslim Brotherhood has been banned and designated a "terrorist" organisation, although the once-powerful grassroots movement says it eschews violence.


Islamic State claims Iraqi-Jordanian border crossing attack: SITE

DUBAI (Reuters) - Islamic State claimed responsibility for an attack by Belgian, French and Senegalese suicide bombers on an Iraqi border crossing with Jordan on Saturday, according to the U.S.-based SITE monitoring service. "In a communique distributed on Twitter on April 25, 2015, Islamic State's Anbar Province identified the three bombers as Abu Abdullah al-Beljiki, Abu Bakr al-Firansi and Abu Ja’far al-Senegali, and said they killed at least 40 soldiers," SITE said. (Reporting by Sami Aboudi; Editing by Janet Lawrence)

Filipina on Indonesia death row 'told she will be executed Tuesday'

Activists hold a protest in support of Mary Jane Veloso outside the Indonesian embassy in Manila, on April 24, 2015 Jakarta (AFP) - A Filipina on death row in Indonesia has been informed that she will be executed on Tuesday, her lawyer said.


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