Japan has almost doubled the cost of compensation for the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster and decommissioning of the damaged nuclear plant, according to media report.
The deaths followed medical complications stemming from a wild thunderstorm that struck Melbourne on Monday night.
Safaa al-Hashem was the only woman to win one of the 50 seats up for grabs in Saturday's election.
Sunni Arab politicians and lawmakers rejected the legislation as proof of the "dictatorship" of the country's Shiite majority.
The attack targeted Turkey-backed rebels who have for days been besieging the IS-controlled town of al-Bab.
Zunar was arrested under the country's Sedition Act for cartoons that allegedly insulted PM Najib Razak.
The mass graves contained bones and identity cards appearing to have been covered over with sandy earth by a bulldozer.
The helicopter of the National Iranian Oil Company was on a mission to carry an injured person from an oil platform.
The vehicle slipped off a mountain highway, some 170 km west of the capital Kathmandu.
Government forces advanced with a ground and air assault on the edge of the besieged eastern half of the city.