November 19, 2014
Prince Harry has arrived in Oman.
Human rights group condemns 'virginity tests' for women police recruits who are forced to strip naked and undergo internal examinations in Indonesia.
November 18, 2014
A tourist, who was drunk when he mistakenly walked into the wrong flat and kissed a sleeping housewife, was sentenced to three months in jail.
Authorities in Tanzania have ordered the eviction of 40,000 Masai people so their ancestral home can be turned into a hunting ground for Middle Eastern royals.
Two out of the four Aussie brothers who traveled to Syria to apparently join ISIL are too obese to join the group, according to family and friends.
A woman in Egypt has died after contracting the deadly H5N1 bird flu virus.
November 17, 2014
A grandmother-of-ten is putting up quite a fight with the UK government over her Tunisian toy boy husband who was refused a British visa.
For the second year in a row, cannabis farmers in the Bekaa Valley have been able to reap their harvests without being harassed or prosecuted by the security forces. But now farmers are facing a new problem: a flooded market and falling prices.
A Saudi groom was branded "irresponsible" by his family when he divorced his wife after seeing her face for the first time.
Peter Kassig, an American aid worker in Syria, has reportedly been murdered by Isis militants.
November 16, 2014
A video of a Syrian boy braving sniper fire to save a young girl swept the web last week, and Norwegian filmmakers have claimed credit for the film's creation.
Investigative authorities in Mecca summoned several women for their alleged involvement in organizing a beauty pageant in the holy city.
Israel has barred a Norwegian doctor from entering the Gaza Strip through its territory after he severely criticised its military campaign while volunteering at a Gaza hospital during the devastating conflict over the summer.
A Saudi man divorced his wife of two years after she ignored his Whatsapp messages despite being an avid smartphone user.
November 15, 2014
Egypt's new extradition laws could pave the way for Australian Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste to be released from prison in Egypt, but certainties remain elusive.