April 10, 2014
Riyadh is considering lifting a ban on girls taking part in sports in state-run schools.
April 9, 2014
Online users in Iran can now download a free computer game that allows players to "confront symbols of sedition," also known as Iran's most prominent opposition figures.
Dubai has recently passed a law that allow authorities to fine drivers who are "careless" and "distracted."
A Dubai sheikh is looking to hire 60 young "attractive" ladies to shop for him during his trip to Europe.
If they won't come, we'll drag them?! You won't believe what is going to happen to some Saudi husbands....
Saudi Arabia will now force husbands who refuse to divorce their estranged wives to appear in court as part of a new set of judicial rules.
April 8, 2014
You heard about the initial commotion over whether or not UK courts should accommodate a woman who "hid her face" under her veil for religious reasons, but did you hear what happened after that?
The Marathon of the Sands, considered as the "toughest footrace on earth" began this week in southern Morocco. Participants will run 251 kilometers in less than six days.
Blasphemy isn't banter: Pakistani Christians served death sentence for texting about the Prophet Muhammed
A Christian couple in Pakistan have been sentenced to death for texting about the Prophet Muhammed.
Hacktivists from the group Anonymous have attacked hundreds of Israeli government websites.
April 7, 2014
Three Emirati women were hospitalized in London after a man attacked them in their luxury hotel room...with a hammer
Here is one "big" issue that some MENA countries will need to consider in the future: Egypt and Jordan rank top two for having the most obese women in the world.
A former Arsenal football player is allegedly fighting in Syria with the Al Qaeda-linked ISIL according to the latter's reports.
April 6, 2014
King Lear is not usually the character who brings smiles and laughter, but for Syrian children in Jordan's Zaatari refugee camp, Shakespeare's tragic character may not be so tragic after all.
Six years have passed since the establishment of the youth movement that helped to spur Egypt's revolution.
Women hosting parties to celebrate their divorce are becoming more popular than ever before in Saudi Arabia.