November 13, 2012
Expat, Kate Willoughby, is training for the swim of a lifetime round Dubai's World Islands to raise cash for fatal childrens’ disease, Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.
After a lengthy battle through the UK justice system and the European Court of Human Rights, the extremist cleric has won his appeal and will not be sent back to Jordan.
In a bid to unite the opposition, the National Coalition for Revolutionary Forces and the Syrian Opposition was formally established on Sunday, but will it work?
Diners have Cordon Bleu with signs rather than letters in this eating establishment escaping the bombs of occupied Gaza.
November 12, 2012
A group of artists and intellectuals have begun their visit to the Turkish border to organize cultural activities for those in need.
The late president's doppelganger lives and breaths as a local celebrity in the West Bank.
A man donned an abaya to pretend to be a woman so he could visit a park in the UAE on 'ladies day' and perv, cops have said.
The Sheikh told worshippers in Riyadh that Saudis should not be divulging their 'country's secrets' to foreign journalists, at his sermon on Friday.
November 11, 2012
He said, she said: Did Livni sleep with the enemy on numerous occasions to obtain state secrets? After a report broke in the epi-centre of Arab media last week on Tzipi Livni's alleged shady sexual dealings with Arab officials, Israeli press strike back with counter-claims, and we, the neutral public, are left to draw our own conclusions.
Last month, 35-year-old Iranian blogger and Facebook activist, Sattar Beheshti, was arrested on suspicion of 'actions against national security on social networks and Facebook'. Just a week later his family were told that Beheshti had died.
The women of Dubai have turned out in their scores to help UAE ladies who suffer from hair loss during their cancer treatment.
Despite being engaged in decades of nuclear cold war with Israel, the Iranian presidents says it is no longer cool to own nuclear weapons.
November 10, 2012
Former student dishes out lessons to Harvard Business School after 'Israeli' buffet serves up Arabic cuisine
A former student has hit out at Harvard Business School for serving up Arabic dishes in 'Israeli' buffet at so-called 'celebration of cultural diversity'.
November 9, 2012
After spending days without food a homeless family of four urges police to put them behind bars.
November 8, 2012
The International Women's Forum has named Dr. Amal Zureikat as one of this year’s recipients of the prestigious 'Women Who Make a Difference' award.