December 16, 2013
Let's hope Egypt's constitution has more legs than its 'foreign' photoshopped "All Egyptians" banner!
Egypt's constitution committee became the heart of jokes this week when it displayed a banner at its "All Egyptians Constitution" Conference not only because the banner was misspelled, but also because three out of the five people pictured on the banner are not Egyptians as the committee's message claimed, but rather photo-shopped foreigners.
An electrician attacked a co-worker with an iron pipe this week in Dubai after his boss refused to allow him to take an early midday break.
After what Netanyahu claims to be "too costly" of a trip for Israel leaders to attend Mandela's memorial service, Israel is looking out for it's next big toy, it's very own Air Force One.
December 15, 2013
After suffering illness, well known actor, Peter O'Toole died in London at the age of 81.
The wife of an American pastor who has been imprisoned in Iran for more than a year spoke before a House subcommittee on foreign affairs Thursday in the hopes he could soon be freed.
Jordanian businessman Ziad Manasir was recently listed among the world’s top billionaires by Forbes Magazine.
Supporters of Egyptian Army Chief Abdel Fattah Al Sisi have accused TIME magazine of bias and "false democracy" after Pope Francis beat Sisi to the post for "Person of the Year".
Monkeying around, Iranian style: second furry friend returns from space after his out-of-this-world mission
Iran has been "monkeying around" a lot this year, in space that is.
December 14, 2013
As snow continued to blanket the Jordan Saturday, residents found themselves accompanied with an unlikely companion to help dig their cars out of layers of snow around the country's capital: King Abdullah II himself.
Viber is back and working in Saudi Arabia, but authorities says it is still banned in the Kingdom.
Pro-Morsi rallies scheduled for this past Friday in Egypt's capital saw little turnout as cold temperatures and the country's first snowfall in 112 years kept protestors at home.
A Saudi teacher has been accused of throwing sulfuric acid on one of his students.
December 12, 2013
Forget about Christmas! The Scrabble championship is heading to Dubai for what promises to be a word-tastic festive season.
Can't find a parking spot in Istanbul? Why not search for the nearest floating car garage? In Turkey's Istanbul, it may be the only way to find space for your vehicle in the congested city.
A charity video featuring a host of film stars and musicians was released by UNICEF on Wednesday to highlight the plight of children caught up in the Syrian conflict.