Iran's legal vetting body has approved a bill that will see female victims of road traffic accidents paid the same compensation as men, in a small step towards gender equality in the conservative Islamic country.
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Some 1.25 million people die each year as a result of road traffic crashes, according to the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) Global status report on road safety 2015, despite improvements in road safety.
Bosch, a leader in automotive engineering, has deployed the world’s smallest stereo video camera on UAE roads in a bid to help reduce serious accidents.
Developed by Bosch, the new device works with an emergency braking syst
Deaths and injuries caused by road accidents in the UAE during the first quarter of the year decreased by 21 per cent and 14.8 per cent respectively, according to latest figures.
Statistics released by the Traffic Coordination Dir
Traffic accidents across the UAE dropped by 23.52 per cent in the past three years; from 6700 accidents in 2011 to 5124 accidents in 2013, said a top government official.
Due to this significant decline, the number of traffic acci
Bahrain has drawn up ambitious plans to slash the number of fatal road accidents by 30 per cent within 10 years.
A series of initiatives have already been launched to improve road safety across the country, according to Works Ministry offi
Bahrain’s Salmaniya Medical Complex (SMC) has received a daily average of 10 cases of moderate to serious injuries from road accidents since the beginning of Ramadan, it said.
Twelve cases were received at the Accident and Emergency depart
Road traffic accidents cost Bahrain's economy more than half million dinars ($1.33 million) last year, officials have announced.
A total of 1,810 people were injured at a cost of up to BD300 to treat each patient, as the latest Traffic