The mother of American journalist Steven Sotloff has released a video pleading with the leader of ISIS to spare her son's life.
Two babies were accidentally switched at birth at a Saudi hospital.
In Kasserine, two childhood friends have started a breakdancing club for young boys to keep them away from extremism.
American fashion icon Michael Kors is opening his first store in Lebanon.
August 27, 2014
Thousands of people gathered in the Turkish capital to form a human portrait of the country's first president, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk.
Emirati police saved a woman from her car that wouldn't stop and was stuck on 74 mph on the highway.
Live action role play games like Dungeons and Dragons are gaining popularity in Lebanon.
An Egyptian club has poisoned a group of cats, sparking outrage in the Egyptian community.
August 26, 2014
A baby girl died after being killed by a stray bullet believed to have been fired during a celebration ceremony in Saudi Arabia.
An Egyptian feminist, artist, and activist posted a photo on Facebook of herself and another woman desecrating the Islamic State flag.
Ice Bucket challenge, Palestinian style: Jordan's Mohammed Darwaza launches the #RubbleBucketChallenge for Gaza solidarity
Tired of the Ice Bucket craze? Meet #RubbleBucketChallenge: in water-starved Jordan, one activist challenges you to pour 'rubble' on yourself in solidarity with Gaza
Two expatriates practised `black magic´ in Mecca using chickens and perfume.
August 25, 2014
The UAE will soon set up centers to counsel and rehabilitate people who may be lured into joining terror organizations.
Breezing through Gatwick, the five smiling Britons boarding a Thomas Cook flight to join the Islamic State jihad in Syria.
More than 300 Holocaust survivors and their descendants have condemned what they described as Israel’s 'genocide of Palestinian people' in an advert in the New York Times.