March 28, 2011
KSA: Maids have a tendency to divulge family secrets to third parties as revenge against their employers, something that often leaves many families embarrassed; Deathrow maid seeks King's pardon.
Jeddah offers several examples of how misplaced attempts to be faithful to the meaning in one language give rise to funny phrases in another.
Near Jbeil, Lebanon: Environmental activists Thursday blocked an industrial pipe allegedly spewing toxic waste into the sea.
March 27, 2011
Dubai The Middle East region needs to produce more graduates choosing to major in scientific disciplines, like engineering, to ensure the successful development of regional, knowledge-based economies.
AMMAN - Officials on Saturday resorted to expert opinion to explain the causes of the death of a protester on Friday.
A presenter on Libyan television has grabbed a gun from under his desk during a programme, pledging his support to Gaddafi. Britain has condemned the latest violence in Syria & security shootings.
March 26, 2011
A Brazilian doctor has confirmed that Colonel Gaddafi has had plastic surgery to look young.
March 24, 2011
Unesco recognition shows that efforts to promote UAE heritage have succeeded.
World penile fixation: An online site that lists the global penis sizes has become an Internet sensation, with Congo being placed at the top of the list, Lebanon coming in at 7th place and Egypt 33rd.
Slow-starter Syria has all the makings of turning into a bloody conflict given precedent Hama-like brutal suppression of the people’s will,or else a people-battle won given the liberal son leader.
March 23, 2011
A former CIA analyst and a Libyan diplomat, believe that leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi's suspicion over his own security and allied bombs may be driven into a new, potentially dangerous depression.
The obesity disease is not confined to Emirati children, but expatriate children as well.
Tel Aviv’s atrocities should be highlighted despite shifting of focus on unrest in region.
March 22, 2011
It is difficult to understand why Arab satellite TV stations deny what is happening in their countries while providing extensive coverage of protests in neighboring countries.
BEIRUT: Lebanon’s gas, or its potential for gas, might be the “hot” topic of 2011, but the public still faces considerable burdens ensuring its supply of water.