November 12, 2014
Houthi members allegedly stormed the Dar Al-Amal in Sanaa on Thursday and kidnapped Al-Niran.
Now ISIL wants to introduce its own currency: Plans to bring back solid gold and silver dinar coins announced in Iraqi mosques
November 11, 2014
Police on Monday said they were searching for a taxi driver who reportedly stole $1 million from a passenger who entered Jordan from the West Bank via the King Hussein Bridge a day earlier.
It is unclear where the dramatic scene took place.
An Iranian man attempted to buy his wife's silence after taking a second wife, only to have his check bounce.
A total of 524,435 Saudis aged 15-34 have not received any education, according to the Central Department of Statistics.
Egyptian teacher becomes internet hit after hilarious footage of his chemistry experiment going horribly wrong goes viral.
November 10, 2014
Put your helmets and kneepads on because Jordan's skateboarding community will build a new park in central Amman.
Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour on Sunday announced the government’s approval to grant children of Jordanian women married to foreigners certain privileges and facilities to ease their lives.
The “poorest president on earth” has received a million-dollar offer to buy his run-down blue 1987 Volkswagen Beetle.
The Turkish government has officially forbidden its army officers from watching the popular HBO series Game of Thrones.
November 9, 2014
Police in Lebanon uncovered a unique drug smuggling attempt in the form of potatoes stuffed with hash. Time to get baked!
To mark 25 years since the Berlin Wall fell, Palestinian activists made a hole in the Israeli wall between Ramallah and Jerusalem.
The Shoura Council on Saturday said it has not made any recommendation to lift the ban on female drivers in the Kingdom, contrary to a foreign press report.
An Omani man was charged with trying to bring a woman into the UAE who was previously deported.