Thomas Mair, 53, is accused of shooting and stabbing the Labour MP multiple times on 16 June.
The Japanese coast guard said this was the second such incident in a week.
The explosion was caused by a man wearing a suicide vest, local officials said.
New York, Portland, Miami, Atlanta, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Oregon saw protests on Friday.
The crisis arose due to political and regional disturbances in the country since 2011.
It is not yet clear if the Islamist group Abu Sayyaf is behind the latest kidnapping.
The incident happened when Gene McClymans and another man were diving off the Geraldton coast.
Junior doctors end threats of strikes over new contract, pledge to work with government to resolve disputes
The Junior Doctors Alliance condemned the decision taken by the Junior Doctors Committee.
The man belonged to an outlaw biker gang called the Rebels, which is accused of many crimes in Brisbane.
Johnson had taken offence when he was mistaken for Trump during a visit to New York in March.
An editorial in the ruling party's mouthpiece warned that Trump will have to face a nuclear state.
The Paris climate deal was signed by over 100 nations in December 2015 to curb global warming.
When John Mappin made his first bet the odds of Donald Trump becoming the US president were 33 to 1.
Abe is set to visit New York on his way to Peru for the upcoming Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit.
Nigeria: Confidential government report claims 21 freed Chibok girls were not raped or abused by Boko Haram
The Islamist militant group is known for brutal killings in and around Nigeria.
Mexican drug lord El Chapo's lawyers appeal against his US extradition fearing death penalty in Texas
This comes after a judge rejected a similar request in October and cleared his transfer to US from Mexico.
Government said army soldiers were being trained to assist with the rapid deployment of flood barriers.
Four people were killed when a raft on the Thunder River Rapids Ride flipped over at the water park in October.
US election: Catholic priest's aborted foetus Facebook post to promote Donald Trump sparks moral debate
Rev. Frank Pavone, in his video post, placed an aborted foetus on an altar and urged voters to support Trump.
'If the National Assembly recommends a new premier, I will appoint him and let him control the Cabinet,' the president said.
Philippine defence ministry confirmed that the woman was the wife of the German sailor Jurgen Kantner, who is under Abu Sayyaf captivity.
Kim Yo-jong serves as a vice director of the ruling Workers' Party of Korea's propaganda and agitation department.
The Philippines military is trying to determine the dead woman's identity, whose body was found on a yacht in Sulu.
Seoul officials suspect that the Kim Jong-un regime might fire an intermediate-range ballistic missile.
The disturbance began in the afternoon on 6 November, after around 200 inmates seized control of parts of the facility.
Clinton Foundation admits receiving $1m cheque from Qatar government without notifying State Department
Qatari officials had pledged the money in 2011 to mark the 65th birthday of Bill Clinton.
The blasts occurred in Hawija, about 120km south of the Isis stronghold of Mosul.
Isis claims responsibility for Turkey car bomb attack, but government blames Kurdistan Workers Party
The blast occurred outside a police station in Diyarbakir on 4 November amid a crackdown on pro-Kurdish leaders in the country.
The Army has told Manning she will face a new hearing over this second attempt.
The FBI and New York police are probing reports of al-Qaeda's plan to launch attacks ahead of the 8 November presidential polls in the US.