At least 45 people were killed on Sunday when a suicide bomber blew himself up outside a restaurant on the Pakistani-Indian border, just after a daily ceremony when troops from both sides simultaneously lower the two nations' flags, official
An explosion killed at least 65 people and injured more than 120 at factory in China that makes wheels for US carmakers, including General Motors, state media said, as the country suffered its worst industrial accident in a year.
A Bahraini policeman died early morning on Saturday after being injured in a bomb blast while on duty at East Eker, said a report, citing the Interior Ministry.
Mahmood Fareed, 24, was on duty, patrolling the area last night when
A policeman was injured when a homemade bomb exploded near Al Razi Primary School for Boys in Daih yesterday, the Interior Ministry said.
“A terrorist act targeted the lives of policemen who were on duty in the village of Da
Gunmen believed to be linked to al Qaeda killed four soldiers and an officer at a checkpoint on Friday in southeastern Yemen, a local official said.
Two other soldiers were wounded in the attack on the checkpoint outside al-Qatan,
Bahrain's policemen were targeted again by terrorists who set up booby traps, and hurled firebombs and other deadly projectiles at them.
Two policemen were injured after a homemade bomb exploded in East Eke
Terrorists responsible for the killing of three policemen in a blast in Daih last Monday should be given the death penalty, preachers across Bahrain declared yesterday.
The imams, in their Friday sermons, were unanimous in condemn
Dubai's chief of police has revealed that at least one of the suspects arrested by Bahraini authorities in connection with Monday's blast, which killed three policemen in Daih, was trained by Hizbollah.
Widespread anger has erupted over the terror blast that killed three on-duty policemen in Daih on Monday, with calls to apprehend those responsible and restore order in Bahrain.
His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin
A Gulf Daily News (GDN) photographer injured in Monday’s blast that killed three policemen in Bahrain has left hospital.
Ebrahim Al Sinan was discharged from the BDF Hospital yesterday afternoon after being kept in for obser