A judge said David Carrick "brazenly raped and sexually assaulted" a number of women and behaved as if he was untouchable.
More than 8000 people have been pulled from the debris in Turkey alone.
The newborn's umbilical cord was still connected to her mother, who doctors believe died after giving birth to her daughter.
UK authorities said British businesses and consumers are likely to need a digital version of the pound.
The record profits come amid calls to implement a windfall tax on companies profiting from the high price of oil caused by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
The meeting came amid signs North Korea is planning a military parade that may be an occasion to showcase the latest hardware from its growing nuclear weapons and missile program.
The quake was centred on Turkey's south-eastern province of Kahramanmaras.
Steady rains triggered mudslips that swept mud, water and rocks into several villages in southern Peru.
Strengthened counter-espionage measures ordered by President Biden helped identify the balloon and found multiple previous balloons went undetected.
Air traffic control audio of the near miss was released on Twitter.
The trial was part of the Kremlin's sweeping, months-long crackdown on dissent.
Of the $1.5 million contribution to the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, two thirds will go to Turkey and one third to Syria.
Aiden Fucci posted a boastful Snapchat from a police car after being taken into custody over Tristyn Bailey's death.
A Haber/A News reporter Yuksel Akalan was reporting from the streets of Malatya when a powerful aftershock hit.
Bard initially will be available exclusively to a group of "trusted testers" before being widely released.
Social media footage shows the massive damage caused to building and infrastructure following a huge earthquake in the Mediterranean seaside province of Hatay.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said there is nothing to suggest New Zealanders have been affected at this stage.
The 6-year-old allegedly cursed at staff, tried to whip classmates with his belt and once choked another teacher "until she couldn't breathe".
Brazilian national Ivan Patricio Susin died following a brawl outside a Surfers Paradise kebab shop.
International relations expert Robert Patman says he thinks the war will intensify over the next six months.