A passerby lured a runaway lion roaming an upmarket suburb of Kuwait into his car and then called the police for help, an incident that raised concerns about wild animals kept as pets in the country.
Stability and security is gradually returning to Bahrain's streets – thanks to the vigilant police force, said a top official, adding that 83 policemen and women were injured during one period of unrest alone amid 6,500 rallies and rio
Zoning specialists could be soon forced on government officials in a bid to help reclassify Bahrain's streets and neighbourhoods, said a report.
Councillors claim classification by the Municipalities and Urban Planning Affairs
Torrential rainfall submerged streets and cut off electricity in parts of Saudi Arabia's second largest city Jeddah, raising fears of a repeat of floods in 2009 which killed more than 120 people.
The last floods triggered a rare public deb
Hikmat Road Safety, an initiative which focuses on creating safer school and streets, recently launched its “Safer playgrounds” campaign in Amman.
The campaign includes preparing the interior school yards and spaces, and converting them in