KILIS, Turkey: Turkish shopkeeper Mehmet Baykal knew he had less than 10 seconds to dive under his desk when he heard another rocket being fired from Islamic State-held territory across the border in Syria.
RIYADH: The king of Saudi Arabia has sacked the country's water and electricity minister, Abdullah al-Hussayen, amid public anger over price hikes, state media reported.
DHAKA: Scores of Bangladeshi cricket fans took to the streets of Dhaka on Sunday to express their outrage hours after global cricket officials banned the country's top bowlers from competing in the World Twenty20 in India.
RIYADH: Sunni Muslim Saudi Arabia on Saturday executed a prominent Shia cleric, prompting outrage in Shia-majority countries with angry crowds in Iran setting fire to the kingdom's embassy and consulate.
MARIGNANE, FRANCE: The co-pilot of the doomed Germanwings flight appears to have deliberately crashed the plane after locking his captain out of the cockpit, French officials said, with the "unimaginable" development sparking global shock and anger among victims' loved ones.
NEW DELHI: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley faced criticism on Friday for making light of the gang rape of a Delhi woman in 2012 and her subsequent death by saying it was a small incident that had cost India billions of dollars in tourism.
LAHORE: Activists and supporters of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) as well as civil society members burst into anger on social media following the firing incident on Imran Khan’s container in Gujranwala.
We all get frustrated at work and knowing how to deal with anger is not always at the top of our to-do list. There’s not enough time and there are too many things to do. There are also too many things that can go wrong, and quite frankly, too many people that just drive us crazy. But getting mad at work is almost always a mistake. So too is holding that anger in. So what do you do when our internal kettle is boiling and we think we are going to explode? Here are five ways to show you how to deal with anger at work. 1.…