Islamic State militants have dug trenches around natural gas and hydrogen tanks at Iraq's largest refinery, raising the stakes in a battle where the price of victory may be the refinery itself.
The Baiji re
Some tense scenes were witnessed in an Air India plane's cockpit between the captain and his deputy in Jaipur, Rajasthan (India) on April 5, just before taking-off for New Delhi, a report said.
When AI 611 was getting ready to fly,
Hospitality Management Holdings (HMH), in association with Sheikha Wafa Hasher Al Maktoum honoured Ameera Abdel Rahim Binkaram, president of board of trustees of Friends Of Cancer Patients charity (FoCP), for her contribution to the fight agains
Bahrain is to step up efforts to strengthen information security amid mounting cyber threats.
Interior Minister Lieutenant General Shaikh Rashid bin Abdulla Al Khalifa sounded the alarm as he opened the first-ever Bahrain Informat
Countries must devote more resources to fight global extremism, US Secretary of State John Kerry said on Friday, but the battle would falter if it becomes consumed by sectarian division.
Speaking against a backdrop of deadly Islam
Bahrain’s Foreign Minister has said military action against the Islamic State (IS) is part of a broader fight against terrorism that could go on for years.
The country and regional allies Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Jordan and the
Qatari Amir Shaikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani has warned that the US-led fight against Islamic State (IS) militants will not succeed as long as Syrian President Bashar Al Assad remains in power.
"We have to counter terrorism, y
The US and GCC states have pledged to strengthen co-operation to counter the threat of terrorism and enhance economic and trade relations, said a report.
This came during the fourth ministerial meeting of the GCC-US Strategic Co-o
Bahrain has unveiled a new two-pronged strategy to beef up security and counter terrorist threats.
"All measures will be taken to bridge any gaps, and remedy any loopholes through which the scourge of terror may spread to the
Health workers in Bahrain are getting specialist training on how to tackle potentially fatal illnesses among haj pilgrims.
The Bahraini Haj Medical Committee is being equipped with more than 500 types of medicines to protect an es