Thousands of Algerians demanded a delay to the country's presidential election in renewed anti-government protests on Friday.
Opposition groups in Sudan rejected a military coup on Thursday and called for continued protests, hours after long-time President Omar al-Bashir was overthrown and arrested.
Thousands of students demonstrated in Dhaka on Wednesday to demand improved road safety after a university student was run over by a bus, in a city that only recently saw protests against poor road safety.
The Ministry of Education and Higher Education signed on Wednesday six contracts to lease government land for the construction and operation of six private schools in the country.
The Doha-based Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) sees the demand of natural gas growing in key global markets including some emerging markets, particularly in Asia.
HE the Minister of Energy and Industry, Dr Mohamed bin Saleh al-Sada has said natural gas is the ideal solution to the climate change issue, resulting from the race to meet rising economic standards ...
Air fares are set to rise to key destinations mainly in the subcontinent as many residents prepare to fly out during the Eid Al Adha holidays, which begin on August 31.
Thousands of Bangladeshi garment workers demanded justice on the anniversary yesterday of one of the world’s worst industrial disasters...
Indian phone maker Ringing Bells launched a $4 smartphone yesterday, with huge customer demand promptly crashing the little-known company’s website hours after the phone went on sale.