A specialist team from Etihad Airways today visited the nine passengers, hospitalised after Etihad Airways flight EY474 encountered severe and unexpected clear air turbulence, to provide ongoing care, support and assistance.
Etihad Airways flight EY474 from Abu Dhabi to Jakarta on May 4, operated by an Airbus A330-200 aircraft, encountered severe and unexpected turbulence about 45 minutes prior to arrival at Soekarno Hatta International Airport.
An explosion tore through a bus in Jerusalem on Monday and set a second bus on fire, wounding 16 people in what an Israeli official said was a bombing.
Israeli media said a man who was seriously injured and not carrying any identi
A Saudi woman sustained severe head injuries when she fell off a fast-moving rollercoaster in a well-known shopping mall in the town of Jazan.
The Civil Defence team took the woman to Jazan Hospital where she is reported to be in
Twenty three people sustained minor injuries in four separate accidents involving a total of 96 vehicles on the Abu Dhabi – Al Ain road on Saturday morning due to thick fog.
The first incident which involved five vehicles to
The Air Wing Section of the Abu Dhabi Police dispatched an air ambulance to the Khawla Hospital in Oman to transport two injured Emiratis.
The police were notified by the Central Operations Room that the two Emiratis had been crit
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People heading to work i
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The Jordanian carrier
A massive blaze swept through a fireworks factory in south Indian state of Tamil Nadu on Wednesday, killing at least 33 people and injuring dozens more, some with serious burns, police said.
Most of the dead were workers in the factory
At least thirteen people were killed and more than 100 wounded when two roadside bombs exploded in quick succession at a popular market on the northern outskirts of Iraq's capital on Friday, police and hospital sources said.