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PM Khadga Prasad Oli steps down after just nine months at helm of quake-hit Himalayan nation
Transport plane AN-32 operated by Indian Air Force went missing with 29 people aboard.
State-backed Aviation Industry Corporation of China (Avic) unveils massive aircraft.
The second woman got out of a private car to rescue her companion, when she was mauled and killed.
President Ashraf Ghani pledges those behind Kabul bombings would be severely punished.
The blast took place as thousands of people protested in the Afghan capital city.
Singh will spend his weekend in the valley meeting locals and officials.
STAE CEO Duncan McNair described the treatment he witnessed as "just so truly awful".
Home-built flight simulator used by pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah apparently showed him practise a suicide route to the Indian Ocean.
D'Souza, 40, was kidnapped on the night of 9 June in Kabul.
Officers say the bungling thieves stole sleep apnoea masks, worth hundreds of dollars.
At least 45 people have died in ongoing violence, sparking fresh tension between India and Pakistan
China's Foreign Ministry spokesperson has expressed hopes for the situation to remain peaceful.
The library was closed down after 9/11 attacks.
However, the hunt will resume if new evidence is found.