Ortega has denied responsibility for the casualties and accused "coup plotters" of seeking to overthrow his government.
German astronaut Alexander Gerst, a geophysicist and spaceflight veteran, photographed the eclipse from his temporary home about 250 miles above the Earth.
The hikers are trapped on Mount Rinjani.
The Syrian Democratic Council, the political wing of U.S.-backed forces, called on others to support talks with Damascus.
“I’d meet with anybody. I believe in meetings, especially in cases where war is at stake,” Trump said, following his recent tense exchange with Iran's president.
The registry could also be used to target Bengalis, who often lack proper government paperwork proving their citizenship.
Italy's leadership agrees with Trump on a variety of issues.
"I have two hearts, one German and one Turkish.”
ISIS sent photos of the abducted women to their families through WhatsApp.
A new report on government data once more raises questions about the origin of funds driving Israel's burgeoning startup and tech industries.
Peter Biar Ajak has been detained because he's a threat to South Sudan's corrupt regime, his friends and family say.
Russia's top diplomat said Moscow "will be provided with information about the schemes harbored by the militaries of both the U.S. and other Western countries."
“Human beings can never get rid of the interference of hormones or glucose.”
The election was a chance for Zimbabwe to diverge from its repressive past under Mugabe.
Marie Laguerre posted the footage on Facebook.
Scientists found the fossils in an ancient riverbed.
The ruling party benefited from a variety of social media campaigns, fake news stories and a blackout of credible media outlets in the days leading up to the election.
The underpass leading out of Uppsala's central rail station flooded to knee-height, leaving some locals to start an impromptu pool party.
A cold, dry winter has led to a shortage in food for kangaroos.
Since Russia's annexation of Crimea in 2014, the question of where Ukrainians go to worship has become a political issue.
"Of all the countries to get confused with, Japan is probably the worst one."
“The one thief tried to snatch back the keys from a woman but couldn’t get them back,” witness Jodie Brown said.
Controversy remains over its orca programme.
Gasps of delight became cries of fear when the reptile decided to chomp.
A Swiss citizen and a Dutch tourist were also killed in the collision.
Helicopters search Mount Rinjani to find the climbers.
Frenchman Henri Le Masne disappeared in the Italian Alps in 1954, and his body was not found until 2005.
"To me, it is a helpless day as doors are shut,” said one family member.
A human rights lawyers said Israel's mistreatment of Palestinian child detainees was "widespread, systematic and institutionalized."
Britain's Labour Party suspended councillor Damien Enticott after a Facebook post emerged in which he suggested "Jews are parasites" that "drink blood" and perform sexual acts on children.