Former President of India and rocket scientist Dr APJ Abdul Kalam died in Shillong in Meghalaya state, a report said.
He was hospitalised in a very critical condition after he fell ill during a function at the Indian Institute of
A bomb exploded in front of the Italian consulate in Cairo on Saturday, killing one person, officials said, raising the possibility that Islamist militants will open a new front against foreigners in Egypt.
A security official tol
A car bomb exploded in Yemen's capital Sanaa on Saturday near the Qiba al-Mahdi mosque used by the Houthi militia, killing two people and wounding six others, witnesses and a security source told Reuters.
On Wednesday the Sunn
Overwhelmed doctors moved hundreds of patients onto the streets of Nepal's capital when aftershocks rattled hospitals and buildings already damaged by an earthquake that killed more than 2,400 people.
Sick and wounded p
Israel and Jordan has signed a deal declaring joint administration on a project connecting the Red Sea and the Dead Sea via a canal, according to a report.
The project, which will be financed by the World Bank, has been advertised
Jordan and Israel have signed an agreement to go ahead with a World Bank-sponsored project to build a desalination plant in the Gulf of Aqaba and a pipeline linking the Red Sea with the Dead Sea.
The plant will be built in the sou
Environmentalists have sounded the alarm over an overwhelming rise in dead sea mammals being washed up on Bahrain's shores.
Sea creatures, especially dolphins, are increasingly in danger with at least two deaths recorded each
The Saudi Ministry of Housing has written off SR198 million ($52.7 million) in loans given to 852 citizens, who are now dead.
Housing Minister Shuwaish Al-Duwaihi, who is also the head of the Real Estate Development Fund (REDF), c
Dead worms found in a Bahrain-bound airline passenger's in-flight meal caused widespread disgust on a plane last week, according to reports.
The incident occurred on an Air India Express (AIE) flight from Mangalore to Bahrain
Rapid response teams are patrolling Bahrain's coastline on speedboats to combat illegal fishing practices that are believed to have caused the recent deaths of rare marine species.
According to the Supreme Council for the Envi