A bomb attack in Bangkok in which 20 people were killed was likely planned weeks in advance by a group of 10 people, Thai authorities said on Thursday.
But they appeared to rule out an international terrorist g
A human trafficking ring operating in Nepal reportedly forced women to work as dancers in nightclubs in Bahrain, it has emerged.
The women from villages in Nepal were ‘recruited’ by middle-men who promised them jobs wi
Two people have been arrested in connection with the murder of a man, whose badly decomposed body was found stuffed inside a suitcase in Bahrain.
The Bangladeshi men were taken into custody yesterday (August 5), where they confess
Four bombing suspects have been remanded in custody for 60 days in connection with a blast that killed three policemen in Daih last Monday.
The Bahrainis have been accused of setting up and being part of a terrorist cell, making a
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.
Police have released the names and photographs of four key suspects arrested in connection with a bomb attack that killed three policemen in Daih.
They include three members of the same family - Abas Jameel Taher Mohammed Al Samea
Two men arrested in connection with a luxury watch heist at a popular shopping mall appeared in court for the first time yesterday (February 17).
During the hearing it emerged that those behind the Rolex robbery might have planted
A woman among five people accused of plotting to attack Bahrain's Formula One race was allegedly given six explosive devices days before she was arrested, a report said.
The 37-year-old was stopped, along with another female s
Prosecutors formally charged Dzhokhar Tsarnaev with the bombings at the Boston Marathon in a hearing held on Monday in his hospital room, accusing him of crimes that carry the possibility of the death penalty.
The 19-year-old ethn
A gunman suspected of killing seven people in the name of al Qaeda, including three children at a Jewish school, said on Wednesday he would hand himself over to police to end an hours-long siege in southwestern France.