Good morning. 

While you were sleeping, an India landslide killed 10 in their sleep. Republicans feared Obama the most, while diplomats feared failed nuclear talks. Israel's ex-PM was busted for bribes.

Religious maniacs hacked a secular blogger to death. 

Republicans thought Obama was an ogre

Right-wingers think our own president is a bigger threat to national security than Russia's President Vladimir Putin. At least people have forgotten the fears of the Cold War, I guess. There were few things they feared more, like attacks by Islamic and cyberterrorists. 

READ MORE: Republicans think Obama is bigger threat to U.S. than Putin or Assad

US joined final Iran nuclear talks

John Kerry joined leaders from Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China to haggle with Iran over their nuclear future. The diplomats are hoping to find a way to get Iran to hold fire on their nuclear plans ahead of an imminent talks deadline. 

READ MORE: Diplomats meet for last resort nuclear talks with Iran

Israel's ex-PM faced jail

Ehud Olmert has just been convicted for corruption. He is already facing six years behind bars after being convicted in another case for accepting $160,000 cash stuffed in envelopes for a dodgy real estate deal during his tenure as Jerusalem's mayor.

READ MORE: Former Israel PM convicted in second cash bribes case

A blogger was hacked to death

Another black day for freedom of speech in Bangladesh. Machete-wielding religious fanatics hacked secular blogger, Washikur Rahman, to death this morning in the nation's capital, Dhaka. It comes after U.S. blogger Avijit Roy met a similarly savage fate in Dhaka in February.

READ MORE: Second blogger hacked to death in Bangladesh

10 died in a landslide

While they were sleeping, 10 people were buried alive in their beds as flooding hit parts of the Kashmir region of India. Other people had fled their homes as unseasonal flash floods destroyed villages and crops. 

READ MORE:  10 buried alive in Kashmir landslide as India is hit with unseasonal floods