London: Muslims in Europe are being discriminated to demonstrate their in all walks of life, especially in employment and education fields, Amnesty International revealed on
Karachi: Schneider Electric, a global specialist in energy management has announced two new facility module power and cooling solutions for the Europe, Middle East and
Rome: Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is supposed to resign on Saturday after the lower chamber of the parliament passed a set of reforms, paving
London: Millions of Blacberry customers across Europe, Middle East and Africa are facing problems due to disruption in service.
Nairobi: Somali pirates have released a ship with 22 Syrian and three Egyptian crew members on board, EU anti-piracy taskforce said on Tuesday.
Vienna: Some102 journalists were killed in 2010, eight fewer than the previous year, a media watchdog said Monday.
Paris: Police briefly detained at least two women in France while wearing Islamic veils, after a law banning the garment in public came into force.
Research in the past three years, while mobile phone use has boomed around the world, has failed to determine whether talking on a cell phone