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A suicide bomber drove a minibus filled with explosives blew himself up Sunday in the city of Hilla in southern Iraq , killing at least 32 people & wounding 147 , police & medical sources . The attacker approached a
Los Angeles, March 8 (CNA) Lin Wuu-long, the former head of enterprise management research at the United Nations, said Taiwan's move to treat joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership ( TPP ) as a top priority makes sense.
AN Australian journalist facing criminal defamation and computer crimes brought by the Royal Thai Navy says the case is being delayed until April, raising hopes the charges may be dropped. Alan Morison, originally from Melbourne and editor of online
Qatar Airways and Emirates Airline have defended their policies on pregnancy and marriage for cabin crew after the Qatar carrier came under fire over its working conditions. The International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF) is running a campaign
The United Arab Emirates has strongly condemned the heinous terrorist bomb blast which recently killed three policemen in Bahrain, who sacrificed their lives in the line of duty while defending right and justice, maintaining order and protecting
The U.A.E.?s first-of-its-kind Geological Park at Al Jahili Garden in Al Ain will display the country?s major geological features in the form of 22 carefully selected rocks. The park, according to Suhail Al Muhairi, Executive Director of
The Emirates Post Group has launched its Strategic Plan for 2014-2016, following the approval from the Prime Minister?s Office. The Strategic Plan will be published and circulated among partners and stakeholders during subsequent meetings.
Beirut-based Al Mayadeen said on its website that its cameraman Omar Abdelqader was shot in the neck on Saturday and was pronounced dead in hospital shortly afterwards. Syria was the deadliest place for journalists in 2013 for the second year, the
A man carries an injured child following a bombing in Aleppo's al-Sakhour district. Photo: Reuters Doctors in Syria are being forced to give children unnecessary amputations and patients are choosing to be knocked out with metal bars rather than
Iraqi Transport Minister Hadi al-Amiri arrives in Beirut to address the recent incident in which a Middle East Airlines plane was forced to return to the Lebanese capital midflight to collect his son. Hundreds of activists marking International Women'