May 9, 2013
The German production upset some audience members in Baghdad, which is currently the Arab capital of culture
Proceeds from the unique contest on May 10 will go towards helping distressed women in the UAE.
May 8, 2013
The revered scientist's name was removed from the list of attendees for the event organized by Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres
Abu Dhabi is eyeing a space program as a key new sector in the country
A driverless metro rail, to be operated by a team of only Saudi women inside the women’s school at Princess Nora bint Abdurahman University (PNU) in Riyadh, will start functioning in September.
From jackets to tailored suits, Ahmadinejad's critics had complained he could be damaging the Iran’s image with “bad fashion.”
May 7, 2013
As a new hotel opens in Hurghada serving no alcohol, hotel groups call for reconsidering ratings system.
Homosexuality in Palestine, like most Arab countries, is haram, but one man has spoken out
Woman who falsely claimed she was raped has proposed to the man she accused in a Dubai court
Dubai municipality is stepping up its campaign against bachelors living in family areas
May 6, 2013
A fashion design contest in Chicago, challenging designers to create an American style of hijab, wrapped up in front of a star-studded line up of judges.
166 former al-Qaeda members and militants completed the Munasaha, a state-sponsored counseling program
Health experts call for enforcement after evidence that the ban on e-cigarettes is widely flouted in the Emirates
Fur flies at the country's most famous zoo, as female bears stage a fatal fight over an eligible 'bachelor'.
May 5, 2013
On Saturday it was announced that for the first time, girls in Saudi Arabian private schools will be able to play sports. This is the latest in a series of decisions taken by the kingdom giving more rights to women.