April 21, 2014
Calling all Emiratis who want to travel into space! Virgin Galactic's new out-of-this-world competition
One lucky Emirati will be given the chance to fly into space, thanks to a competition launched by Aabar Investments and Virgin Galactic.
A Saudi woman has become the first licensed female pilot in the Kingdom.
April 20, 2014
Turkey is now in the process of figuring out a new way to use pistachios in its new eco-city project in the Gaziantep province...and it is not for the latest rendition of baklava.
Hamas is reforming their image and their first
Bassem Youssef's show is on hold until the end of Egyptian presidential elections.
Bloom serves as the UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador and has advocated for children's rights in other countries in the past.
April 19, 2014
Don't go in the water: British prime minister stung by jellyfish in Lanzarote after ignoring advice of locals
David Cameron was reportedly seen running out of the water and shouting "Ouch! Ouch! Ouch!"
April 18, 2014
I'm happy: Video of British Muslims dancing to Pharrell’s “Happy” hits over half a million views on YouTube, but is it haram?
A video of British Muslims dancing to Pharrell's song has went viral, but not all Muslims are happy about it.
Too much cleavage? Why did Egypt's government decide to ban Lebanese pop star Haifa Wehbi's new movie?
Haifa Wehbi's latest film Halawet Ruh has caused somewhat of an uproar in Egypt. Politicians and talk show hosts have criticized the sexually explicit content
April 17, 2014
A man who was about to be executed got the surprise of his life when the mother of the man he killed decided to pardon him last minute.
Hundreds of Christians in the Gaza Strip left the coastal territory on Thursday to celebrate Easter in the occupied West Bank and Israel.
Brunei is about to pass a penal code that would allow people to be stoned to death for having gay sex.
An animal shelter has been accused of letting cats and dogs starve and freeze to death while the owners scam people for donations.
April 16, 2014
An international humanitarian organization is heading to the Gaza Strip to deliver aid to Palestinians in need.
Tony Blair has been accused of an embarrassing hypocrisy after reports emerged that his high-profile multi-faith charity has links to an international Islamist group which he himself dismissed earlier this year.