March 9, 2014
Three French tourists fell to their death while mountain climbing in Wadi Rum.
March 8, 2014
In celebration of International Women's Day, three Arab feminists and women's rights advocates told Ahram Online what this day means to them.
Qatar Airways continues to come under fire for questionable employee policies.
March 7, 2014
Aziz Memon, a Pakistani businessman, seeks to rid his nation of polio
March 6, 2014
British charity Save the Children releases a powerful, thought-provoking video to remind people about the conflict in Syria and how it affects children.
Scholars have launched a campaign to condemn intimidation of Israel’s critics, especially those who support boycotting the regime.
The U.S. has hired an Israeli military contractor whose surveillance technology is used along Israel's wall in the West bank to build similar services on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Former Saudi footballer Fouad Anwar was heavily criticized after publically stating that the use of hash, or “hashish” as it is commonly known in Arabic, is widespread among footballers in Saudi Arabia.
March 5, 2014
According to an Israeli report, the United States has refused to issue entrance visas to senior Israeli officers and agents.
Fancy a once-in-a-lifetime charity gourmet experience set 212 meters above the Arabian Gulf, that will take place atop the iconic Burj Al Arab helipad?
Saudi billionaire Prince Al Waleed Bin Talal took a political stand in Ramallah this week during his visit to Palestine when he refused to enter the West Bank through an Israeli-controlled border crossing.
A Lebanese judge ruling over a case prosecuting homosexuality ruled that a piece of legislation that criminalizes gay sex is not valid.
March 4, 2014
Facebook has released data this week tracking social media use in the Middle East. In Egypt, over a third of the adult population is gaming, and in the UAE, Emiratis are spending an average of six hours on the web through their mobiles.
Pope Francis may need to wash his mouth out with soap before he visits the Middle East in May - the head of the Catholic Church accidentally dropped an F-bomb when speaking in the Vatican.
The Gulf is gagging for it. The first sex shop in Bahrain is set to open a second branch after increased demand.