The Emirati police launches an awareness campaign about the dangers of witchcraft.
Too hot to handle! Saudi cleric warns that women's use of air-conditioners calls for "moral depravities"
Following the tweet of a Saudi wannabee cleric, Muslim women can expect to melt this summer as he declares air-conditioners to be "haram".
Drivers in Dubai will have to steer away from residential areas to listen to their favorite tunes out loud if they don't want their vehicle to be confiscated.
As the GCC plans a 100% hike in cigarette prices, the risk of increasing smuggling looms.
Traditional Syrian dishes give refugees an opportunity to get jobs and recreate a sense of belonging in Lebanon.
May 22, 2013
Experts call for extending the maternity leave to promote breastfeeding among Qatari mothers in the hope of reducing malnutrition issues in the country.
Don't blame it on the youth! A recent study shows that the increasing number of money-related offenses are mostly committed by men between ages 40 and 50.
A study shows that Bahrainis could improve their health habits in terms of eating, sleeping or even driving.
Egyptian Minister of State for Antiquities denies the UNESCO has threatened the country with removing its sic historical sites of the World Heritage List due to the lack of experts available to manage the sites.
Oman considers wearing a niqab while driving too dangerous and plans to make it a traffic violation.
May 21, 2013
New US Department of State report finds that intolerance against Jews and Muslims is on the rise across the globe.
The pen can be mightier than the bra as FEMEN activist Amina sparks clashes in the conservative city of Kairouan in Tunisia with "blasphemous" graffiti.
Abu Dhabi's popularity among foreigners comes at a cost. Air traffic and fares expected to rise this summer.
As expatriates return home and more foreigners plan to visit the UAE this summer, experts warn about price hikes in airfares but also welcome an increase in flights.
One man's trash is another man's treasure: Yemeni man gives second life to over 3000 discarded Qurans
A Yemeni man saves discarded copies of the Islamic holy books from the streets and hopes to give them a second life.
NGO fears the extreme summer heat could further alter Syrian refugees' health and living conditions.