A passenger on board an Oman Air flight from Muscat to Jakarta during the flight today, the airline said in a statement.
"Oman Air confirms with regret that a guest had passed away on flight WY0849 from Muscat to Jakarta toda
A passenger travelling on an Oman Air flight from Jeddah to Muscat passed away on board, despite the flight being diverted to Riyadh following the medical emergency.
The carrier made an emergency landing at Riyadh King Khalid Inte
The organising committee of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar has launched an inquiry into the death of a worker at the under-construction Al Wakrah stadium, said a report.
This is the first time that the Qatari authorities have announc
Hurricane Matthew, recorded as the most powerful Caribbean storm in a decade, has claimed the lives of over 300 people in Haiti, on Friday, a report said.
Initially categorised as a Category 4 storm, the hurricane downgraded to a
A Kuwait Airways flight en route to Bangkok was forced to make an emergency landing at Dhaka International Airport, Bangladesh after a passenger died mid-air, said a report.
According to a report in WAM, flight 411 resume
At least 11 protesters died as crowds angered by the killing of a separatist militant clashed with armed police in India's Jammu and Kashmir state on Saturday, torching buildings and blocking streets, security officials said.
The death toll from a massive suicide bombing in Baghdad over the weekend has reached 281, Iraq's Health Ministry said in a statement on Thursday.
The attack, claimed by the militant group Islamic State, which the government i
The organisers of Qatar's 2022 World Cup said on Sunday they were investigating the death of an Indian labourer at one of its sites but denied it was caused by working conditions.
Labourer Jaleshwar Prasad, 48, fell unconsciou
We are repeatedly told through the medical establishment that brain death is “irreversible” and should be considered the end of the line. Or is it? Two biosciences companies are studying a clinical intervention in the state of death.
Japan is witnessing a record number of compensation claims related to death from overwork, or "karoshi", a phenomenon previously associated with the long-suffering "salary man" that is increasingly afflicting young and female