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Linday Sandiford imprisoned in Bali, where she faces death by firing squad

British grandmother on death row in Indonesia loses hope after execution of Bali Nine pair

Lindsay Sandiford: 'They did good and touched the lives of a great many people'

Indonesia executions live: 'Hysterical' families heard prisoners being shot dead by firing squad

The executions have ignited global outrage over the death penalty

Sunita Sitaula and the collapsed building she was rescued from

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Sunita Sitaula was buried in her kitchen and for almost two days heard nothing but the sounds of a city in ruins

The Everest south base camp a day after being destroyed by an avalanche which left at least 17 people dead

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A girl stands in a queue to fill her container with water near the makeshift shelters in Kathmandu

Nepal earthquake: Humanitarian emergency looms as 1.5 million people face food shortages

As the death toll moves past 5,000, government orders private hospitals to treat victims free of charge following reports that at least one clinic refused entry to survivors who could not pay

Volunteers load relief material for Nepal in Amritsar, India

Nepal earthquake: Regional powers jockey for status in aid effort

China, India and Pakistan compete for influence with disaster diplomacy

Barack Obama with Shinzo Abe at the White House, accompanied by Michelle Obama and Mr Abe’s wife, Akie

Shinzo Abe speech to Congress: Japan's PM faces diplomatic balancing act over his country's ties with the US, China and South Korea

Many in the Obama administration fear Mr Abe could damage US interests and worsen already frayed ties with Asian neighbours following Japanese attempts to whitewash its role in World War Two

Indonesia executions: Who is being killed, where are they from – and what did they do?

Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran are among those due to be killed

Nepal earthquake: 'It is chaos, chaos,' says photographer from the midst of a nation in ruin

As the death toll continues to rise, Omar Havana describes the scene of the country he has come to call home

Nepal earthquake: The stories behind five images from ruins around Kathmandu

Latest figures suggest that as many as 5,000 people have been killed as international aid just starts to reach remote corners of the devastated country

Andrew Chan, right, and Myuran Sukumaran, centre, talking to their lawyer

Bali Nine pair spend 'last day' eating KFC, painting, praying and saying goodbye to families

International appeals and diplomatic efforts did not succeed in a reprieve

Elephant fell down the well while walking with its mother and herd

Villagers in India rescue baby elephant from abandoned well - video

The two-year-old calf inadvertently fell into the hole as it walked through the Kuttampuzha Forest Range with its herd

Nepal earthquake: Mobile phone footage shows huge landslides as the tremors hit Tibet

Video: Screams pierce the air as dust and debris begin to surround the border town

The man used only a stick to beat the leopard away

Man in India fights off wild leopard using only a stick - video

Talk about escaping from 'the jaws of death'

Brintha Sukumaran, the sister of Myuran Sukumaran, cries during her final visit to see him in prison on 28 April

'Please don't kill my son': Families of Bali Nine duo launch heartbreaking plea for their lives

Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran are due to be executed today

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