An earthquake, measuring magnitude 7.0, has struck off the southern coast of Japan, with no reports or threat of a tsunami.
A Japanese citizen has been shot and killed, in Bangladesh, the second foreigner to be killed this week.
A volcano, Mount Aso, has erupted the southern Japanese island of Kyushu, with no reports of damage or injures.
At least 23 people are missing, after flooding, which swept houses off their foundations and caused landslides, continued across Japan.
An explosion rocked a US military warehouse in Japan, though no injuries have been reported, as a result of the blast.
At least five more people have died, following landslides in the Philippines, as a result of Typhoon Goni, bringing the typhoon’s death toll to nine.
At least seven people have been injured, following the crashing of a US military helicopter off the coast of the southern Japanese island of Okinawa.
At least three people have been killed, following a small plane crashing into a residential area, in the Japanese capital, Tokyo.
Japanese authorities have urged at least 350,000 people to flee from Typhoon Nangka, as it made landfall on Japan, killing at least two people.
A man has died by dousing himself in oil and igniting it aboard a bullet train in Japan, while a second passenger died as a result of the fire.