The Pentagon said this week the militants had been driven out of 90 percent of Kobani.
The attacks which happened on Thursday is the deadliest assault on security forces in recent weeks.
Iraqi security and govt officials have disputed the accounts saying radical jihadists from ISIS could have perpetrated the killings.
An exchange would set a precedent for negotiating with IS militants.
The Lebanese Hezbollah group claimed responsibility for attack targeting Israeli military convoy.
The group called "Islamic State in Tripoli Province" said it launched the attack to avenge the death of Abu Anas al-Libi.
The rights group looked at 70 strikes, each of which killed at least three people.
"In 2013, the number of Indians committing suicide was 54 while in 2014, it came down to 34," say social workers.
The Corinthia hotel had previously come under attack in 2013 by gunmen.
A third convict, Latif Khan Nurzada, a Pakistani, was executed for trafficking heroin into the kingdom.
The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights confirmed the capture of Qarah Hlanj and says the fighting has intensified.
Tripoli has been hit with series of car bombs and shootings amid the turmoil.
At around 9 am (0800 GMT) on Sunday, shelling could be heard and military helicopters were circling the city.
The stepped-up security came as activists mourned the death of a female protester shot Saturday.
Syrian Media Organization posted footage on YouTube of several bodies lying on a blood-stained floor.
Saudi King Abdullah, who died at the age of 90, began battling al-Qaida militants around a decade ago.
Prime Minister Khalid Bahah also tendered his resignation, saying he did want to be part of the collapse of the country.
Salman is known as a mediator of disputes within the sprawling royal family.
Prince Muqrin, a former head of intelligence in Saudi Arabia and half-brother to both Salman and Abdullah, was announced as the crown prince
President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi "cannot leave his house" after Houthi rebels removed his guards.
Tal Hamis lies in Hasakeh province which is mainly controlled by Kurdish militia or regime troops.
The attacker tried to flee the scene on foot but he was chased, shot and neutralised by the police.
The acknowledgment from the leader of Nigeria's Islamic extremists comes in a video posted on YouTube
Baird is in the region for five days of meetings with Israeli and Palestinian officials.
The militants transported them from Tal Afar, where they were being held for the past five months.
Many Muslims expressed disgust at the deadly assault on the magazine's Paris office that killed 12 people.
Antoine Flasaquier, a lawyer for Kouachi's widow, said the burial took place overnight "in the greatest discretion and dignity."
Witnesses said the blast went off in the packed market neighbourhood of Kasuwar Arawa.
Islamic State is fighting both the Syrian army and rival insurgents along the edges of the territory it controls.
Sinking happened on Monday after the boat's motor exploded, starting a fire that quickly engulfed the vessel.
Kerry did raise the cases of several Americans detained by Iran, including Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian.
By way of contrast, India’s only major investment in the oil-rich country is Airtel’s mobile phone network.
The difference between the reactions to the bloodshed in Paris and in Baga also is related to the broader context, experts say.
Abbas will appeal to Arab League officials to give $100 million a month to make up for the Israeli sanctions.
The bodies were brought by plane that landed early Tuesday morning at Israel's Ben Gurion International Airport outside of Tel Aviv.
Yemeni journalist and researcher Mohammed al-Kibsi said he first met Said Kouachi in the capital, Sanaa.
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