Various economic reforms underway are helping to cement the participation of women in the country’s economy, according to experts.
SANAA, Yemen: A suicide car bomber rammed his vehicle into the police chief’s house in the southern Yemeni city of Aden on Sunday, killing seven civilians and security forces in a failed assassination attempt after militants killed two other security officials elsewhere in the country.
Shaikh Mohammed says UAE is one of the world's most generous supporters of international humanitarian causes.
The United Nations reached out to the UAE to help generate fund that could help close $15b shortfall in global humanitarian aid on Sunday.
Iran warmly welcomes sanctions’ end, though long thaw ahead
The announcement on Saturday that Iran had satisfied its obligations under a nuclear deal with world powers was expected to pave the way for a new economic reality in the Islamic Republic, free from years of harsh international economic sanctions.
Hundreds of autism patients abroad to be brought home.
The US Department of Homeland Security provided the data. Over 14,000 of the 8.8 lakh Indians who travelled to the US on visitor or business visa in 2015 overstayed in the country, according to official figures. The data provided by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) said that 14,348 Indians overstayed in the US in 2015.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has backed a ban on face-covering veils such as burqas in schools, courts and at border check points in the country but said he will not go as far as what France did to impose a blanket ban.