A Qatar Airways flight had to make an emergency landing in Portugal on Sunday after experiencing severe turbulence, said a report
The Boeing 777, which was flying from WWashington, Dc to Doha, was diverted to Azores, a Portuguese
Global equity markets declined on Thursday and the dollar added to a recent string of gains after another US Federal Reserve official talked of higher US interest rates before long.
The dollar rose for a fifth
The World Bank said that 2015 economic growth in the Middle East and North Africa likely came to just 2.6 per cent, falling short of a 2.8 per cent forecast in October as war, terrorism and cheap oil took their toll.
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
Two Bahraini boys, Ahmed Shaker Al Mahoozi, 10 and Haidar Khalid Saeed, 11, were seriously injured after being forced to carry a homemade bomb that exploded in Daih yesterday, reported the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.
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
Gulf Daily News' photographer Ebrahim Al Sinan was injured in yesterday's explosion that killed three policemen in Daih.
He was standing around 10 metres from the officers fatally wounded in the blast and was hit by shrapn
A journalist was injured when violence erupted following an anti-government protest on Budaiya Highway yesterday.
Briton Amjad Taha, who works for Dubai-based broadcaster Al Arabiya, was pelted with stones by thugs following an ea
Nearly half of firms surveyed in Saudi Arabia last month expected inflation to have a negative impact on their business and a third said they would pass on higher costs, SABB bank said.
In the survey, which showed high business confidence,