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One of America's greatest baseball players and Hall of Fame catcher died on Tuesday of natural causes at his home in New Jersey.
A businessman known for his marketing acumen, Jagmohan Dalmiya was a key figure in bringing the 1987 World Cup to the sub-continent.
The co-founder of sandwich chain Subway died at 67 on Monday, the company confirmed.
Indian police said they were hunting for the owner of illegally-stored explosives that accidentally detonated in the center of a crowded town.
A new government study on blood pressure found potentially lifesaving results, reports CNBC's Meg Tirrell.
Floods that swept houses off their foundations spread across Japan on Friday, leaving at least 25 people missing.
The piece of wing found on Reunion Island has been formally identified as part of the wreckage of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370.
Explosions at a fireworks plant in China killed one and injured six, after blasts killed at least 145 people last month.
Thai police have arrested a second foreign suspect in the country's deadliest bombing, saying they believed he played an important role.
Wes Craven, whose "Nightmare on Elm Street" and "Scream" movies made him one of the most recognizable names in horror films, has died. He was 76.
At least 12 people were killed after Tropical Storm Erika pummeled the Caribbean island of Dominica.
Chinese police have arrested 12 people suspected of involvement in this month's massive explosions in the city of Tianjin.
North Korea's front-line military went into a "semi-war state" after exchanging fire at the border with South Korea, the NYT reports.
Korn Chatikavanij, deputy leader of the Democrat Party of Thailand, says the deadly explosion has "brought the Thai people together in a way that haven't been seen in years."
The site of Monday's deadly bomb blast is an important location which exemplifies political struggles in Thailand, says Aim Sinpeng, lecturer in comparative politics at The University of Sydney.
Panic? No. Grief, tension and uncertainty? Yes. Those are my impressions of the mood in the Thai capital after Monday's bomb.
Steve Wilford, Asia Pacific Director for Global Risk Analysis at Control Risks Singapore, says Monday's explosion indicates that political risks remain high after 2014's military coup, which have resulted in intermittent security risks.
Authorities in Tianjin are holding another press conference on Tuesday, with updates on the death toll related to last week's massive explosions. CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports.
Kasem Prunratanamala, head of Thailand Research from CIMB, says the bomb explosion which occurred in one of Bangkok's most renowned shrines on Monday is the "worst attack" on the country in 40 years.
Shock waves rippled through Bangkok as the Thai city surveyed the aftermath of a deadly pipe-bomb explosion at a well-known shrine.