Libya, Kenya, Turkey, Vietnam, Asia

Tuesday, October 25, 2011 - 4:32pm

AROUND THE WORLD (FOX44) – Libya, the government says Dictator Moammar Gaddafi’s been buried at a secret location. Officials say Gaddafi received a full Muslim funeral today in the desert, alongside his son and an aide. They promise not to say where, to prevent the grave from becoming a shrine for his admirers. Officials are still trying to figure out exactly how Gaddafi was killed.

Kenya – A second grenade attack in the country's Capital within 24-hours. This time, a person was killed after explosions ripped through a busy bus terminal. Over a dozen more people were rushed to the hospital. It’s believed Islamist militants from neighboring Somalia are responsible.

Turkey – A 14-day-old baby was pulled from the rubble of a collapsed building alive, 46-hours after a massive earthquake rocked the city. The search efforts continue, but crews say they're finding more bodies than survivors. The death toll currently sits at close to 400.

Vietnam – The last of the Javan rhinos in this country has been killed by poachers for its horn. That's because many people believe it has magical medicinal powers. Only a few remain in Indonesia.

Asia – Bookstores were slammed with fans of the late apple co-founder Steve Jobs. All of the people wanted to get their hands on his new biography. Jobs died of Cancer at the age of 56, on October 5.

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