North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has made his first appearance since his absence began on September 3, ending the speculation of a potential coup or severe illness.
Tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong have continued to crowd the streets of the autonomous region, despite being instructed to dismantle their makeshift camps and return home.
Japan’s Mount Ontake volcano has suddenly erupted on Saturday, leaving several people seriously injured and numerous climbers and mountaineers trapped.
A Jihadist group based in the Philippines, who recently declared allegiance to the Islamic State, is threatening to kill two German hostages captured in April by the group.
Three children have been killed and six other people injured following a knife attack at a primary school in China’s central Hubei Province by a parent of a student.
A magnitude 6.1 earthquake in southwest China has left at least 26 people dead and injured dozens more, in the Yunnan Province.
An explosion in a factory in eastern China has left at least 65 people dead, according to the reports by Chinese state media.
A large landslide in Nepal has blocked the Sunkoshi river, located east of the capital city Kathmandu, and killed at least 6 people, with dozens missing.
A series of gas explosion in pipelines under the streets of Taiwan’s second-largest city, Kaohsiung, has left at least 25 people dead and 267 injured.
A landslide that hit the small Indian village of Malin has buried at least 40 houses and left around 150 people feared trapped beneath it.