In a country with strict gun control and low crime rate, security is lax - no identification or baggage checks required.
The plane took off from Guangzhou with 132 passengers and seven crew members.
Six people died and about 3,000 houses and other buildings collapsed or were damaged, according to Xinjiang's Bureau of Civil Affairs.
The bus was part of a six-bus caravan carrying a 140-person delegation of South Koreans on a historic tour in China. The bus that crashed had 28 people aboard.
MB Kim Nirvana, the Philippines ferry, had just left Ormoc for Camotes Islands when it was hit by big waves.
The new terminal is six times larger than the old one but risks being virtually empty as Pyongyang has only few foreign flights, mostly from Moscow and Beijing.
China says it is a major target of hacking and other cyberattacks, and the ruling Communist Party has expended vast efforts in blocking online content it deems subversive or illegal.
China began testing the first bullet train completely made from locally produced parts this week, the official People's Daily newspaper said.
Success in blocking government's restricted election plan and exhaustion after protests throughout the year are cited as reasons for less participants at Hong Kong rally.
The crash of the aircraft, a C-130B Hercules aircraft that went into service half a century ago, is bound to put a fresh spotlight on Indonesia's woeful air safety record and its ageing planes.
The Hercules C-130 craft, carrying 17 military personnel, crashed two minutes after it took off Soewondo air force base into a crowded neighborhood in Medan, Indonesia.
A fire department official confirmed that one man was dead. The man had apparently covered himself with oil and set fire to himself.
More than 400 people remain hospitalized, 200 in serious condition, Taipei police charges against Saturday's party organizer and two technicians for neglect.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility, but Taliban militants have increased their attacks on Afghan security forces since launching their annual spring offensive.
According to South Korean health ministry the number of those infected by MERS virus remains at 182 while the death toll remains 32.
Taiwan's Central News Agency reported 474 have been injured, in an accidental explosion of colored theatrical powder near a performance stage where about 1,000 people were gathered for party.
President Sirisena has signed the relevant gazette notification and sent to the Government Printer, a presidential source said.
The Mayor of an island, which is under Philippine control in the disputed Spratly islands, construction was in full swing with many dredgers and a huge crane visible on the emerging man-made island.
Buyers of kidnapped children can be sentenced to up to three years in jail, but are exempt from criminal proceedings if they have not abused the children or obstructed efforts to rescue them.
Warnings disappeared on Wednesday and Instagram was functioning normally on Thursday. Origin of warnings still unclear.
Some islands in the chain were shaken strongly by the quake, but it was hardly felt in Tokyo.
A moment of silence was observed at Peace Memorial Park in Okinawa on Tuesday to mark the battle that killed 200.000.
Sindh imposed a state of emergency at all hospitals and deployed army and paramilitary forces to deal with heat wave which claimed 400 lives.
Afghan forces have been stretched, tested, and faced operational challenges since taking on full security responsibilities following an end to the US and NATO combat mission.
Taliban captured Chardara on Sunday and Dashti Archi on Monday, both districts of the Kunduz province. No precise account of casualties were given but locals are said to be trapped in the district.
South Korea reported two MERS fatalities on Monday taking the death toll to 27. Three more were diagnosed with the virus taking the total number of people infected to 172.
The explosion struck as lawmakers were seen leaving the Afghanistan parliament. Police said there were four large explosions.
Park and Abe are expected to hold bilateral talks, first since taking office, to build ties between the two nations strained by territorial dispute and Japan's past colonisation of South Korea.
Pakistan's Meteorological Department recorded Saturday as the hottest day of this year's summer in Karachi, where the mercury shot up to 45 degrees Celsius.
The violence killed three Afghan security members and injured six while Taliban suffered 17 fatalities and at least 20 casualties while the locals fled the violence.
LTTE was responsible for an integrated battlefield insurgent strategy that targeted key installations and senior Sri Lankan political and military leaders, report says.
Pervez Musharraf also faces treason charges for emergency rule in 2007. He has been barred by the Supreme Court from leaving the country.
China is also working on a National Defense Transport Law which will reimburse shipbuilders for additional expenditure incurred in building ships up to military standards.
The official Korean Central News Agency said the drought has caused about 30 percent of its rice paddies to dry up. Rice plants normally need to be partially submerged in water during the early summer.
Wednesday's return came a day after Kurdish fighters took full control of Tal Abyad, dealing a major blow to the IS group's ability to wage war in Syria.
The eight new South Korean cases include four who were infected at Samsung Medical Centre in Seoul have contracted the virus.