March 18, 2013
A woman admits that she stole Dhs 100,000 to care for her father in the Philippines
March 17, 2013
27 year-old Khaled Al Natour has been held in Saudi Arabia since he arrived on a business trip in January.
For the first time the famous monuments will glow green in honor of Ireland's saint's day.
International pillow-fight-day will see Emeratis creating pillow designs before doing battle with their creations.
The UAE government has issued a stark warning to motorists who continue to flout basic road etiquette.
March 16, 2013
A gang of Filipinos who used the social networking site to lure women to Dubai have been found guilty of human trafficking.
Christians across the region look to Pope Francis as a new beginning for them and the Muslims of the Middle East.
March 15, 2013
Police have shut down a club in the glitzy emirate designed for under 21s after complaints from parents.
March 14, 2013
With Obama's visit to the Middle East just round the corner, the Holy Land awaits with baited breath. And its warring inhabitants have got a show for Mr. President.
Biggest drug bust in Jordan for years also reveals illegal weapons and ammo.
Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is using a Mont Blanc pen, which commemorates the life of Charlie Chaplin, to fund homes for the country’s war veterans and single mothers.
The new pope is announced as Argentinian cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, the first ever from Latin America.
March 13, 2013
Long before the Western diet of red meat, fat and salt, ancient hunter-gatherers from Egypt to Alaska also suffered from clogged arteries, according to US researchers.
Iran has hired a controversial French lawyer to file a lawsuit against Hollywood over a series of films, including Ben Affleck's controversial Oscar-winning Argo.
Tunisian authorities have detained two people and charged them with insulting security forces in a rap video uploaded to the Internet, the interior ministry said on Tuesday.