Editor's Choice

October 2, 2014

The old lady was touched by her robber's story and gave him the “extra” money to treat his mother. [Shutterstock]
08:53 GMT
An elderly Saudi woman catches her thief as he was trying to make a getaway from her home with 3 thousand Saudi Riyals, and offers him 5 thousand extra Riyals for his attempted crime!
Palestinian woman in Gaza.
07:31 GMT
With the exception of Japan, the top 10 countries were all in Western Europe, North America and Australasia, with Afghanistan, Mozambique, Jordan and the Occupied Palestinian Territories coming bottom.
Iraqi Air Force. [AFP]
06:58 GMT
Air drop blunder sees water, food and ammunition intended for besieged Iraqi soldiers delivered to ISIS militants by mistake.
Scholars and other pilgrims are not pleased with the "touristy behavior." (Shutterstock)
05:00 GMT
Selfie lovers are swarming to the Two Holy Mosques and angering some fellow Hajj goers.

October 1, 2014

A cover story Austin Powers would approve of …
10:03 GMT
Jordan's army tries to quell rumors of lost gold with tale of Israeli espionage.
Twenty-six Syrian Civil Defense members have died while working, making it one of the most dangerous jobs in the world. (AFP/File)
09:53 GMT
The Syrian Civil Defense, also known as the White Helmets, are a group of brave volunteer rescue workers in war-torn Syria.
Apple fans are going gaga over the new iPhone 6. (AFP/File)
08:28 GMT
Counterfeit iPhones are flooding UAE markets as demand for the new iPhone 6 reaches a frenzy.
Netanyahu breaks it down like Beyonce (Image: Twitter)
06:00 GMT
U.S. advocacy group J Street made this sweet, trolly graphic of Ben Netanyahu breaking out "Single Ladies" dance to promote a two-state solution in the West Bank and Gaza, Beyonce style.

September 30, 2014

Government officials say the excavations were top secret military operations. (AFP/File)
12:30 GMT
Rumors of gold in Jordan surfaced when excavations began in Ajloun. However, the Jordanian government insists the excavations were a military operation.
Abdullah prostrated - and was flagged - after his pick-six against the New England Patriots. (AFP/File)
10:43 GMT
Husain Abdullah of the Kansas City Chiefs was penalized for praying after a touchdown during a game Monday night.
A Syrian girl pets her cat in the previously rebel-held city of Homs (File/AFP)
08:44 GMT
As the war ravages on in Syria, a very kind Syrian ambulance driver spends around $4 every day to feed abandoned cats in the besieged city of Aleppo.
The goal of the show is to make Iraqis less fearful of Islamic State militants. (AFP/File)
05:00 GMT
A new quirky Iraqi comedy series aims to make Iraqis laugh about the Islamic State.

September 29, 2014

Dorothy Sims, 70, met and married the young waiter while on holiday in Tunisia (Image: ITV)
11:51 GMT
When a British grandma married a 21-year-old Tunisian waiter, the oldie had "no regrets" after she was dumped when her hubby didn't get UK passport. Love hurts.
Harvey Weinstein visited Zaatari refugee camp during the summer (File/AFP)
10:43 GMT
Top Hollywood film producer Harvey Weinstein visited the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan. Here's what he thought of it.
Video of a Saudi father burning his son with a hot iron bar triggered a wave of condemnation (Image: Shutterstock).
10:24 GMT
A video clip of a Saudi father burning his son's foot with a hot iron bar despite his screams and pleas has triggered a wave of condemnation and calls for action.