India extends a strict curfew over the restive region as separatist leaders call for more protests.
In a speech marking ten years since the end of the Second Lebanon War, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah claims that his group had a ‘divine victory’ in the war, and that the war destroyed Israeli society; Nasrallah: ‘Israel’s friends aren’t sure about Israel’s existence.’
Former prime minister Morgan Tsvangirai and ex-deputy president Joice Mujuru call for unity among opposition parties.
Children in Cambodia are being given a new healthy snack aimed at curbing malnutrition and early signs appear promising.
Two Bangladesh naval ships and spotter plane deployed in search for fishermen missing after boat sinks in Bay of Bengal.
Monitors and activists say most fatalities occurred in Aleppo province, while US-backed force gains ground on ISIL.
As US Secretary of State John Kerry and Vice President Joe Biden travel to Turkey to try and improve relations with the Muslim NATO-member country, Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim says that the US must extradite Islamic cleric Fethullah Gulen; Turkey claims Gulen orchestrated a recent coup attempt; Gulen denies the accusations.
Turkey accuses exiled cleric Gulen of 10 charges, including attempting to overthrow the government.