A shallow earthquake of magnitude 6 struck 89 km (55 miles) west of the South Pacific nation of the Solomon Islands on Wednesday, the United States Geological Survey reported.
There was no immediate tsunami warning, or reports of
An Egyptian court sentenced 152 protesters on Saturday to between two and five years in prison each after they demonstrated against a decision to transfer two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia, judicial sources and state media said.
Viceroy Hotel Group will open the doors to its first property in Turkey with the unveiling of the Viceroy Princes' Islands Istanbul this summer.
Tucked away on the island of Büyükada in Turkey’s Marmara Sea, th
China has completed the construction of two lighthouses in the disputed South China Sea, the official Xinhua news agency reported, as tensions in the region mount over Beijing's maritime ambitions.
A completion ceremony was he
UAE master developer Nakheel plans to partner with Thailand’s Minor Hotel Group (MHG) to bring the first Avani property to the UAE.
The 500-room Avani beachfront resort will be located on Deira Islands - Nakheel’s 15.3 sq km
Bahrain-based Batelco Group today announced that it has agreed with Cable & Wireless Communications (CWC) to unwind the previous transfer of a 25 per cent shareholding in Compagnie Monegasque de Communication (CMC) from CWC to Batelco.
Iran warned the UAE on Tuesday it would consider cutting diplomatic ties if the federation pressed its claim to three disputed tiny Gulf islands which both countries say are theirs, Iranian media reported.
Toyota Motor Corp's China sales fell about 40 per cent in September from the year before, while those of rivals such as Hyundai and BMW jumped, underscoring how badly Japanese brands have been hit by a territorial row between the two countri
Bahrain has pledged its support for the civilised and peaceful approach by the UAE to resolve the issue of three occupied islands, either through direct negotiations or amicably through international arbitration.
Minister of State for Fore
The United Arab Emirates, angered by the Iranian president's visit to a Gulf island both countries claim, warned on Monday that the dispute could not "go on forever" and urged Tehran to agree to talks or international arbitration.