More than 1,000 people spent the night at Narita airport outside Tokyo because of a computer shutdown that halted Delta Air Lines flights worldwide. Narita is the Asia-Pacific hub for Delta and several other U.S. airlines, so multiple flights arrive from the U.S. and then fan out to destinations in much of Asia. The shutdown, triggered by a power outage at a Delta facility in the U.S., stranded many passengers in Japan.
In other images from the Asia-Pacific region last week, shops, businesses and schools continued to be shut in Indian-controlled Kashmir, which has been under a security lockdown and curfew since the killing of a popular rebel commander on July 8 sparked some of the largest protests against Indian rule in recent years. At least 56 civilians and two policemen have been killed and more than 1,400 protesters have been arrested.
In the Philippines, heavy rains disrupted street traffic and train services and caused schools to suspend classes in most of metropolitan Manila. Government forecasters warned of continuing heavy rains due to the southwest monsoon and warned of the threat of flooding.
An Indian army band performed under a decorated tent during a "Know Your Army" exhibition in Kolkata. The two-day exhibition was organized by the army ahead of India's Aug. 15 Independence Day.
This gallery was curated by Associated Press photo editor Karly Domb Sadof in Bangkok.