Sally Hayden and Reuters
World powers and organizations including the EU and the Arab League are meeting to attempt to restart peace talks — while in Syria, there are fears a besieged town is about to be attacked.
The attack comes just days after the bombing of al-Quds Hospital in Aleppo, which killed at least 27 people, and as the UN is voting on a resolution aimed at stopping strikes on hospitals.
The African woman was raped after she fell unconscious but abortion is illegal on the island of Nauru. Also on Friday, a refugee died after setting himself on fire at the same facility two days ago.
European officials are meeting again with their Turkish counterparts to attempt to finalize a deal that would see a "one in, one out" system for migrants, as thousands have been plucked from boats.
The attack took place on a main road after the bus picked up government workers from districts surrounding Peshawar and was taking them to work in the city.
Almost 50 civilians were killed when missiles hit at least five medical facilities and two schools in rebel-held areas of Syria on Monday, and Turkey has blamed Russia.
The medical charity said the hospital in Maaret al-Numan was destroyed after being hit by four missiles in two attacks with minutes. At least eight people are missing.
Reinhold Hanning's trial in Germany is the first of four such cases, but could also be the last as all defendants are in their 90s. Hanning was 20 in 1942 when he started serving as a guard at Auschwitz.