Editor's Choice

September 12, 2014

Welp, phone records don't lie.
19:40 GMT
This Saudi woman used spy software to get into her husband's phone and uncover his cheating ways, getting herself a divorce and some peace of mind!
The tour begins at Cairo's Great Sphinx of Giza. (AFP/File)
05:00 GMT
Google has launched a project that allows internet users to tour Egyptian monuments virtually using the company's street view service.

September 11, 2014

The message came after a 10-day workshop to discuss peace building. (AFP/File)
12:35 GMT
Youth from Europe and the Middle East gathered to voice a united call for global peace. Their message is inspiring.
Lady Gaga's pet dog Asia dressed in heavy costume jewelry. [the Independent]
08:31 GMT
Lady Gaga’s favourite French bulldog, had her celebrity owner splurge over Dh1,000 in just about 30 minutes - on his food and bed - two days before the American pop star’s performance at the Meydan Race Course.
Under Iranian law, women are not permitted to watch male sports because men are not considered fully dressed. (AFP/File)
05:00 GMT
A British woman was jailed in an Iranian prison for over two months for trying to watch a volleyball game.

September 10, 2014

The cat is called Abu Hureyra after an ancient settlement by the Syrian city of Raqqa, the Islamic State stronghold where the girls are thought to be living.
09:22 GMT
The British jihadi bride hell-bent on murder - and whining about her lost cat: 'Terror twin' tweets fears for missing kitten - before posting pictures of her holding an AK47.
The ice cream truck company was banned without explanation. (AFP/File)
08:13 GMT
Residents of one UAE neighborhood are planning to launch a social media campaign to voice their anger after popular ice cream trucks were banned from entering their community.
The Yazidi girl was captured during an offensive on Mount Sinjar. She remains with her captors. [Pamela Geller]
07:03 GMT
A Yazidi girl captured by Islamic State (IS) has revealed the extreme abuse she suffers as a sex slave at the hands of IS extremists.
Steven Sotloff pictured in Egypt. [Supplied]
04:00 GMT
The family of murdered journalist Steven Sotloff believe his location was sold to Islamic State (Isis) militants for up to $50,000 (£30,000) by a moderate rebel group in Syria.

September 9, 2014

Ratzon is believed to have had up to 32 wives and 49 children. (AFP/File)
11:03 GMT
An Israeli cult leader has been convicted of a number of sexual offenses.
Human rights lawyer Malek Adly denounced the prosecution's order to physically inspect the suspect as a violation of privacy and human rights. (AFP/File)
10:20 GMT
Egyptian forensics inspected seven men and found them to be "not gay."
The tumor weighed almost as much as 10 fetuses. (Shutterstock)
09:37 GMT
A woman in the UAE thought she was pregnant but when she went to the doctor it turned out to be a tumor.
The Toastmasters organization is aimed at improving speaking and leadership skills and has over 14,650 clubs in 126 countries (Shutterstock).
05:00 GMT
Arabs get internationally recognized for the amazing talkers we are!

September 8, 2014

Summer 2014 has seen the introduction of new beer brands, styles and tastes (Image: Daily Star)
09:14 GMT
Beer lovers in Lebanon are in for a drinking treat during the 22nd annual Beer Festival. Definitely time for a cold one!
Oh dear: $4.6 million worth of counterfeit viagra and cosmetics were found by police (File/Shutterstock)
08:34 GMT
Dubai authorities seized $4.6 million worth of counterfeit weight loss drugs, viagra and cosmetics in a raid of two warehouses.