At a ceremony marking the 65th anniversary of the founding of Communist China, Hong Kong's chief executive has said recent election reforms are better than the old voting system. Protesters in Hong Kong aren't convinced.
Taliban suicide bombers are reported to have killed at least seven people in the Afghan capital, Kabul. The twin attacks took place after Afghanistan signed a long-delayed agreement to keep US troops in the country.
Ashraf Ghani was named Afghanistan's new president shortly after signing a power-sharing deal with Abdullah Abdullah. But many fear the new government may be paralyzed by internal power struggles, Andrew Wilder tells DW.
Afghanistan finally has a new government. The question, however, remains if it can function and complete its five-year term. Experts consider the new government a short-term solution for the war-torn country.
The power-sharing deal by Afghanistan's two presidential candidates Ashraf Ghani and Abdullah Abdullah has been received with mixed feelings. Many Afghans are worried about their country's future.