Afghanistan peace marchers reach Kabul tired of war
Dozens of war-weary Afghans took part in the near 700-kilometer trek across the country. The peaceful protest was launched after a deadly car bombing in Helmand in March and ended amid fresh Taliban attacks.
Strong earthquake hits Osaka Japan
A 6.1 magnitude quake hit the western city during the morning commute. It was the largest since records began in 1923. Three people were reported killed with many more injured.
Afghanistan Taliban rejects ceasefire extension offer
Taliban and government fighters have observed a three-day truce that coincided with Eid. But two bombings on Saturday and Sunday left a total of at least 55 people dead, and more than 100 injured.
Cambodia prince hurt wife killed in crash
Prince Norodom Ranariddh, a ex-prime minister, was on his way to meet supporters when a taxi struck his car. Ranariddh has long had an uneasy relationship with Cambodia's strongman Hun Sen.
Thai king granted full ownership of family wealth
An estimated $30 billion in assets has been handed to Thai King Maha Vajiralongkorn in a major shake-up of royal affairs. The move likely makes him the world's richest monarch.