May 28, 2013
Egypt, along with the rest of the world, will remember that 15-year-old "Ding Jinhao was here". His parents now publicly apologize for their son's engravings in ancient Egyptian sculptures.
A 30-year-old Filipino was jailed in Dubai, charged for being an undercover gigolo.
May 27, 2013
Two Pakistani women have exchanged vows in Leeds, becoming the first Muslim lesbian couple to get married in the UK.
A new smartphone app will allow Dubai and Abu Dhabi customers to satisfy their ice-cream cravings on the spot, from their couch.
Queen Rania called for immediate action against unemployment in the Middle East during her speech at the World Economic Forum on Sunday.
Egypt took part in the worldwide protests against giant of genetically modified food Monsanto denounce health and environmental risks.
May 26, 2013
Demonstrating against what they perceive as a radicalization of the Muslim rule in Turkey, couples gathered in a protest to kiss publicly, triggering attacks by Islamists.
Despite the many contradictions in the application of the rule preventing Egyptian police force from growing beards, their future is unclear.
A World Economic Forum finds that the growing Arab youth needs better education for a sustainable future.
Jordan expects a price and demand hike in housing as the Kingdom will welcome more expatriates this summer.
May 25, 2013
Lebanese designer duo finds a way to clean up the streets from the smoking-ban law's side-effect: discarded cigarette butts.
UAE consumers complain about lack of transparency behind the meat quality grading systems.
A three-year long campaign to raise awareness about children's death in road accidents pays off with a 40% drop in casualties.
May 24, 2013
The UAE promote environmental awareness among the youth to ensure the country's sustainable development.
A study reveals that Qatari men still wouldn't marry a woman who isn't a good cook.