More than 162,000 people displaced in Philippines amid warnings of volcanic eruption

More than 162,000 people have been displaced from their homes by a volcano eruption in the Philippines, where scientists today warn that the threat of a dangerous volcanic eruption remains, despite

New cases of pneumonia due to outbreak of Corona virus in China

Chinese health authorities announced today, Saturday, the discovery of four new cases of pneumonia after the outbreak of what is believed to be a new strain of the Corona virus in the central city o

A 2nd person dies in China as result of new virus outbreak

A second person died of pneumonia in central China's Wuhan city after an outbreak of an previously unknown virus. Local health authorities said that the 69-year-old man was hospitalized with impair

Rainfall helps slow forest fires in Australia

The rains helped slow forest fires in some of the worst affected areas in two Australian states. The rural firefighting services said that these rains will contribute to slowing down the fires sign

Huawei launches new platform to rival Google, Microsoft

Chinese telecoms giant Huawei Technologies revealed its strategy to help businesses in the UK and Ireland increase users and build revenues at its Developer Day Conference in London on Thursday, rep

Qatari measure removes exit visas for hundreds of thousands of domestic workers

The Qatari Government said in statment on Thursday it had scrapped restrictions on leaving the country for nearly all migrant workers as part of reforms answering accusations of exploitation especia

Thwarting smuggling of tigers from Yemen to Saudi Arabia

Smugglers used a trick to smuggle tigers from Yemen to Saudi Arabia. The security forces arrested a number of unidentified smugglers, east of Jizan region in the south of the kingdom, who tried to

Officials: At least 67 killed by avalanches in Pakistan, India

According to senior government officials Reuters news agency reported on Tuesday that at least 57 people were killed and others were missing after avalanches in Pakistan-controlled Kashmir over the

New Zealand sky turns dark due to Australia bushfires

The sky of New Zealand has turned orange, dark and gloomy as smoke from Australian bushfires travelled across the sea. tralia is currently experiencing the worst bushfires ever seen. 24 human casua

WhatsApp service announces to Suspend Services on Certain Devices in 2020

  اضغط هنا لقراءة الخبر بالعربية The WhatsApp service announced in a statement that users of certain types of tools will not be able to use the application starting

North Korea-linked hackers stole sensitive information: Microsoft

Reuters news agency reported that Microsoft Corp said on Monday it has taken control of web domains which were used by a hacking group called “Thallium” to steal information. Thallium i

Huawei's revenue in 2019 jumps 18%, and is expected to be "difficult" in 2020

Reuters news agency reported that Huawei Technologies on Tuesday said its full-year revenue would likely jump 18% in 2019 to 850 billion yuan ($121.72 billion), lower than its earlier projections, a

Dinar from reign of Caliph Harun al-Rashid found by Archaeologists in Israel

The archaeological team found a dinar from the era of Caliph Harun al-Rashid, the legendary Abbasid ruler mentioned in "Arabian Nights." A jug full of 1,200-year old gold coins was recently discove

Russian local media: Stalin’s Limousine Stolen From Moscow Garage

Russian automotive news resource reported cited russian local media assaying tthat six unidentified men have stolen a ZiS-115 armoured limousine thought to have been used by Soviet leader Jo

Washington launchs United States Space Force as a sixth branch of the US Armed Services

US President Donald Trump on Friday officially announced the creation of the Space Forces, as part of the military budget signing ceremony. According to Sputnik, the American media reported the sig

Riyadh: Stabbing incident in the Riyadh season ordered by an al-Qaeda leader in Yemen

Saudi Arabia has revealed that the suspect in the November stabbing attack in Saudi Arabia was assigned to one of the leaders of al Qaeda in Yemen, according to the news channel. Reuters quoted the

Display dome covering Chelyabinsk meteorite lift off at Russian historical museum

Visitors and staff to a historical museum in the Russian city of Chelyabinsk were shocked after they witnessed a display dome covering the Chelyabinsk meteorite lift off, sparking fears that the cel

The american Actor Danny Aiello dead at age 86

Reuters news agency reported that Danny Aiello, a veteran stage and film actor remembered for his roles in Spike Lee’s “Do the Right Thing,” Woody Allen’s “The Purple R