One was killed and two injured as a hand grenade detonated at a training center for recruits in South Korea's 50th infantry division, Yonhap News Agency reported on Friday.
A plane carrying over 120 passengers made an emergency landing in southern Philippines on Friday after smoke was observed inside the aircraft, police said.
Floods that swept houses off their foundations and crushed others under landslides spread across Japan on Friday as more rivers burst their banks, leaving at least 25 people missing and forcing more than 100,000 to flee.
A South Korean man who slashed the US ambassador in the face with a fruit knife was jailed for 12 years on Friday after being found guilty of attempted murder.
Australia could become home to even more asylum seekers from the war-torn Middle East, Immigration Minister Peter Dutton said on Friday.
Unprecedented rain in Japan unleashed heavy floods on Friday that tore houses from their foundations, uprooted trees and forced more than 100,000 people from their homes.
Singaporeans across the city state went to their designated polling stations on Friday to vote in a general election.
Cambodia and China on Thursday signed an agreement on preventing the illicit import, export and transfer of cultural property.
The ship with 14 crews and 500 tons of cargo missing on Saturday in the South China Sea has been found with its crew members safe.
South Korean President Park Geun- hye on Thursday proposed stronger transport and logistics cooperation in the Eurasian region together with China, the United States and Russia.
South Korea on Thursday called for international defense cooperation to tackle global security threats that are increasingly diversifying.
Australia's Tasmania will provide technical support for future Chinese Antarctic expeditions after delegates from the small Australian state reached an accord with Chinese officials on Thursday.