May 22, 2012
A cleaner claimed that he was washing a window at the time he was accused of peeping in on a woman taking a shower in her apartment. Prosecutors accused the Bangladeshi cleaner of violating the privacy of the Filipina interior designer by watching her in a state of undress.
May 21, 2012
After an alleged taxi romp in Dubai, British expat Becky Blake has hired PR guru, Max Clifford to help sort out her image.
30,000 Israeli teenagers celebrate "liberation" of Jerusalem shouting "death to Arabs" in the Old City. Palestinians move in to protect Al Aqsa Mosque from the rampage and rain on their foe's parade.
Fears grew over the stability of north Lebanon Sunday after soldiers shot dead a prominent anti-Assad Muslim preacher and a companion at a Lebanese Army checkpoint in Akkar.
May 20, 2012
Police in London have failed to see the funny side of a vessel called ‘Bin Laden 1'. They have asked the owner to change the name before the Olympics
Human rights activists have launched an international petition on Avaaz community petitions website to prevent Bahrain's Prince Sheikh Nasser bin Hamad al-Khalifa from attending this summer's Olympics Games in London, reports said.
Artists and fans alike used their Twitter accounts and other social media to pay tribute to Algerian singer and diva, the fabled Warda Al Jazairia, or fondly referred to by all as the Algerian Rose.
May 19, 2012
A man is being questioned over allegedly having sex with his fiancée in the back of a taxi while they were both drunk.
May 17, 2012
France's new Prime Minister elect has an unfortunate name for the Arab world - where he is considered linguistically speaking ['Ayro'] to be the 'dick-head' of cabinet.
If any of Angelina Jolie's films was going to open her up to criticism, it's 'In the Land of Blood and Honey', her directorial debut, in which she pulled no punches, showing war, rape and inter-religious relationships.
Blaming Egypt’s former first lady, Suzan, for the fall of her husband, former president Hosni Mubarak, all the 13 candidates vying for the country’s top job have vowed not to allow their spouses to keep a high profile in state affairs.
A severe reaction to the PPD chemical in black henna as suffered by a 16-year-old Bangladeshi girl. Banned black-henna tattoos are still on offer at desert safaris and weddings despite renewed warnings that using hair dye afterwards can cause a severe allergic reaction.
May 16, 2012
Cooking with aluminum foil can have serious health risks, according to a new UAE study.
For the fashion designer Homa Qamar, a hectic work life and few opportunities to socialise with fellow Pakistanis make it difficult to meet Mr Right.
A prominent Kuwaiti scholar and popular TV talk show host reiterated his belief that freedom must come before Sharia.