February 11, 2014
Though Lebanese Alpine Skier Jackie Chamoun has come under
Syrian college students are leading a different cause in the region and this one involves a way to move around the war-torn region.
A Saudi man who was jailed for bragging about sex on telly is now a changed man - and a muezzin.
Lost for centuries, a bronze statue of the Greek god Apollo mysteriously resurfaced in the Gaza Strip, only to be seized by police and vanish almost immediately from view, Reuters reported on Monday.
Orthodox Jews are urged to stop all use of social networking sites.
February 10, 2014
The UAE is planning to start delivering government mail as early as next year with its new delivery drones.
A puppy made a Yemeni plane divert! Awwwwww.
It's a nice day for a white wedding in Zaatari refugee camp! Syrians set up shop for fellow refugees' big days
Love is in the air at the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan, and for couples wanting to seal the deal, refugees have opened new wedding boutiques to meet brides' and grooms' needs!
A teacher comes under fire after encouraging KSA students to chant for the Al-Nasr football club.
February 9, 2014
Tunisia uses musical relief to show that nothing can take away their "Happy".
Man finds a twenty-year-old cheat sheet that has been hiding in his ear since his school days.
Israeli lawmakers are looking at pay raises for those soldiers in non-combat duties.
After several members of the league were found to not be "fully female", officials are calling for mandatory random gender testing.
February 8, 2014
Shakira’s recently released music video for her new single “Can’t Remember to Forget you” which features Rihanna, sparked a wave of criticism from Arab fans and music industry professionals in recent days.
February 6, 2014
A dead whale was found floating on the Saudi coastline, the second occurrence since the 2012 sighting of a smaller whale in the same area.