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March 31, 2016

Toyota's pick-ups and SUVs feature prominently in Daesh propaganda videos. (Twitter)
10:30 GMT
The Japanese carmaker is cooperating with an investigation by US lawmakers, but still cannot explain how so many of their vehicles have found their way into Daesh's possession.

March 27, 2016

The iPhone SE contains the same hardware as the iPhone 6S. (AFP/Justin Sullivan)
11:37 GMT
How much bang from the iPhone SE do you get for your buck ? Quite a lot, it turns out.

March 20, 2016

If you survive for 15 more years after retirement, at least 33 per cent of your cost of living must be saved to ensure the same lifestyle in the future. (Shutterstock)
07:06 GMT
Raising families and lower salaries are huge factors for women to consider when planning for the future.

March 16, 2016

Wadi Rum has become a main attraction for campers, rock climbers and trekkers due to its rock formations and landscape. (Wikimedia Commons)
09:23 GMT
The UK's Telegraph newspaper has ranked Jordan's desert destination fourth place on its list of "50 greatest adventures to try in your lifetime".

March 9, 2016

Facebook turns accounts of the deceased into a "memorialised" version. (File photo)
05:54 GMT
Researchers believe there will be more Facebook accounts of deceased users than of living ones by the end of the century.

February 25, 2016

Digital is more than a delivery technology; journalism on the web is much more than it is in print. (Shutterstock)
09:37 GMT
Newspapers and publishers must adopt new methods of delivering news to an increasingly digitally-focused consumer base.

February 22, 2016

Military representatives of Dubai inspect the goods at the 2013 DSEi international arms fair. (Twitter)
12:46 GMT
The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute has compiled the stats on the largest buyers and sellers of arms over the last four years.

February 16, 2016

The Crowne Plaza in Duqm, Oman. (Twitter)
14:00 GMT
The Special Economic Zone Authority signed the agreement to allow the major tourism complex to begin pre-production.
The pier at the Al-Ahmadi refinery in Kuwait. Kuwait's economy is shifting drastically as oil prices continue to drop. (AFP/Yasser Al-Zayyat)
10:30 GMT
Kuwait is pursuing major economic reforms, starting with labor costs.
Tunisia is facing its unemployment and economic problems directly. (File)
10:30 GMT
A delegation from UTICA met with the Tunisian PM to discuss unemployment and sectors in difficulty.
Construction costs continue to drop in Dubai, making expansion cheaper and more accessible. (File)
09:30 GMT
Raw materials for building dropped in cost over the past year in Dubai.
Tehran, the capital of Iran, is becoming a major international tourist hotspot. (File)
09:00 GMT
A month after the nuclear deal, Western tourism is boosting Iran's economy exponentially.
The drop from $120 per barrel in 2014 to under $35 today is the result of a 2% change in the supply-demand balance. (File photo)
08:30 GMT
The cost of refining and processing oil may soon outweigh its financial returns.
An aerial shot of Dubai. (YouTube)
05:00 GMT
Four businessmen were arrested in Dubai and tortured into providing confessions. The crimes they confessed to could bring them the death penalty.

February 10, 2016

A successful bid for Doha would require a compromise due to soaring temperatures. (Shutterstock/Lazy Llama)
11:52 GMT
Qatar wants to take advantage of all its investment in infrastructure for the 2019 and 2022 athletic events to host the 2028 Summer Olympic games.