At least three people, all reportedly Kyrgyz nationals, have been injured, after a car bomb was detonated, outside the Chinese embassy, in the capital of Kyrgyzstan, Bishkek.
At least 21 people have been killed, and several others injured, following an explosion, at a power plant, in central China.
A Chinese guide has stabbed and killed a tourist, also believed to have been a Chinese citizen, at a game reserve, in Kenya.
At least one woman has been killed, and another wounded, after being mauled by tigers, having exited their vehicle, in a wildlife park, in the Chinese capital, Beijing.
At least 87 people have been killed, following flooding, in northern and central China, while scores of others are missing and hundreds of thousands have been forced from their homes.
At least five people have been killed, after the seaplane they were travelling in crashed into a bridge, in the Chinese city of Shanghai.
At least 26 Chinese tourists have died, after a tour bus they were travelling in crashed and caught fire, in Taiwan.
At least 112 people have been killed, or are missing, after heavy rain led to severe flooding, in southern China’s Yangtze river basin.
At least one person has been killed, and a further three injured, after Taiwan’s navy accidentally launched an anti-ship missile from a naval base.
The death toll for a triple suicide bombing, at Istanbul’s Ataturk airport, in Turkey, has risen to 41, with a further 239 people injured.