Delays and flight cancellations persisted Thursday at Dubai International Airport, a day after an Emirates airliner suffered a crash-landing that saw all 300 people onboard survive while a firefighter was killed.
All 300 people aboard an Emirates airliner survived a crash landing in Dubai on Wednesday, scrambling down emergency slides before flames consumed the plane in an accident that halted flights for hours at the world's third-busiest airport. One firefighter was killed battling the blaze.
An Emirates flight from India with 300 people on board crash landed at Dubai's main airport Wednesday, sending black smoke billowing into the air and halting all traffic at the Middle East's busiest airport.
Syrian regime forces bolstered by Russian airstrikes recaptured territory overnight in the battleground city of Aleppo, rolling back the short-lived gains of a rebel offensive.
Nobel prize-winning Egyptian-American chemist Ahmed Zewail, who served as a science and technology advisor to US President Barack Obama, died Tuesday in the United States. He was 70.
An Iraqi man gives a rose to a member of the Iraqi security forces on Wednesday, Aug. 3 in Baghdad's Tahrir square as people put up posters bearing messages of solidarity from Nice, France and other cities hit by attacks, a month after .............
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Monday that the Iranian people have not seen any benefit from the nuclear deal with world powers, state media reported.
A picture taken on Monday, Aug. 1, shows Syrian rebels gathering around the wreckage of a Russian Mi-8 military transport helicopter after it was shot down along the administrative border between Idlib province, northwestern Syria and neighboring Aleppo.
Iraq's attempt to fast-track death sentences handed out by the country's courts will result in greater injustice, according to a statement from the United Nations Monday.
Five people on board a Russian military helicopter were killed Monday when it was shot down over Syria, in the single deadliest incident for Moscow since it intervened in the war.