In a rare speech, the head of Britain’s spy network says Islamic State are plotting attacks as Russia makes ‘desert’ of Syria.
A hospital in Yemen’s Hodeidah — where a prison was recently hit by a deadly airstrike — says that malnutrition is also on the rise due the country’s ongoing conflict.
The British got a taste of Japan when ‘Hyper Japan’, a festival dedicated to all things Japanese, arrived at London’s O2 Arena
ESHKOL, ISRAEL (JULY 3, 2015) (ISRAELI POLICE HANDOUT) – Militants in Egypt’s Sinai peninsula fired rockets into southern Israel on Friday (July 3) in an incident that caused no casualties but appeared to be linked to fighting between Islamist insurgents and Egyptian security forces.
The head of Pakistan’s National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) says nearly 800 people have died in Karachi’s heat wave, with around 2000 people being taken to hospital daily.
Four Western tourists who posed naked on top of Malaysia’s tallest peak arrive at court where they are sentenced to three days in jail and fined for obscene behaviour.
Dubai beachgoers can now connect to the internet, as Dubai launches Smart Palm a device that provides a Wi-Fi connection as well as phone-charging docks at the beach.
Winner of Miss Tibet 2015, a beauty pageant held in India’s Himalayan foothill town of Dharamsala, hopes to inspire fellow Tibetan women-in-exile to stand up against Chinese rule.
(REUTERS) – Check out Cool Glass One – it’s kind of like a cheap Google Glass.
Boly Cam is like a Go Pro for a fraction of the price.
And if you can’t fork out for an Apple Watch, Sharkey might work for you.
A literary gathering brings together writers, poets, artists and enthusiasts in an effort to increase interest in literature in Qatar.