A throng of up to 60 juveniles on Saturday mobbed a Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) train in Oakland, US, and stole a purse, duffel bag and five cellphones from passengers. At least two people were injured in the incident, said a report.
A surge in teenagers sniffing glue and getting high on petrol fumes has sparked calls in Bahrain for heightened parental vigilance over the summer holidays.
Rehabilitation support network the Addicts Friends Society, which runs we
Teen entrepreneurs from the Bahrain Bayan School have designed a sell-out success word search board game, aimed at improving memory and concentration.
The group of 12 students, aged 16, created Tornado Tiles as part of an InJAz Ba
Coca-Cola has kicked-off the Copa Coca Cola in The Kingdom, the world’s largest grassroots football program owned by a brand, in its 27th year with a global campaign that champions an active healthy lifestyle and encourages values such as
A teenage Bahraini inventor will unveil designs for his second smartphone today (January 8) - with plans to take on some of the biggest names in global telecommunications industry.
However, 17-year-old Baland Rabaya says he needs
Bahraini teenagers are being offered free pilgrimage trips to Saudi Arabia, where they are persuaded to take up arms alongside the Islamic State (IS), it has been claimed.
They are being actively recruited and trained to use weapo
A teenage boy who stowed away on a flight from California to Hawaii in the frozen, oxygen-deprived wheel well of a passenger jet was resting in hospital on Tuesday, two days after his death-defying jaunt over the Pacific, a Hawaii official said.
A teenage boy who ran away from home survived a five-hour flight in the freezing wheel well of a jetliner that reached 38,000 feet (11,582 metres) as it travelled from California to Hawaii, the FBI said.
The 16-year-old, from Sant
All four men convicted of raping and murdering a 23-year-old woman in Delhi were sentenced to death on Friday, nine months after a crime whose savagery triggered furious protests across India and rare national debate about violence against women
An Indian teenager was sentenced to three years in juvenile detention on Saturday for the December gang rape of a trainee physiotherapist, the first verdict in a case that sparked debate over whether India is too soft on young offenders.