December 11, 2013
You better do your homework, kids, or else you will be eating animal feed for lunch in this Egyptian school
You better do your homework, kids, or else you will be eating animal feed for lunch?! For students in this Egyptian school, this is actually the case.
After several years of resistance, Jordan finally agrees to join the world with Daylight Savings Time.
If you build it, they will NOT come: Romania bans its construction workers from Israeli settlement jobs
If Israel wants to build more settlements in the West Bank, it will not be at the hands of Romanian construction workers, says Bucharest.
Move over Swiss Army Knife. These Yemeni soldiers show just how versatile their weapons can be by jump starting their car using their guns.
December 10, 2013
Despite the mega build up the almost anything in the UAE, officials draw the line for large scale wins by pulling the obesity card in banning super-size drinks from fast food restaurants.
Past Pavlavi Persian princess made an Egyptian citizen: Princess Shahnaz of Iran welcomed by Cairo with open arms
The daughter of the late Shah of Iran, Shahnaz Pahlavi, has been given Egyptian citizenship by the government.
An unruly British man aboard a Qantas flight bound for Dubai from London forced the plane to turn around after he had a violent outburst, according to Australian media.
Women are using food as a way of reconnecting and establishing some sort of normalcy in the midst of the chaos of war.
December 9, 2013
After years of memorization, this nine year old child enthusiast delivers his first sermon to the public in Amman, Jordan.
A giant inflatable rubber duck that floated on Dubai Creek since UAE national day last week is missing in action...at least for now.
A memorial service to honour the legacy of global icon Nelson Mandela will be held at the ECC Building in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday at 6.30pm.
Saudi Grand Mufti warned against gender mixing, saying it poses a threat to women's chastity and society
December 8, 2013
Wallet owner offers SR15 as a reward after his SR26,000 loaded leather is returned to him untouched.
While South Africa remembers Mandela's legacy Tuesday in Johannesburg, Lebanese citizens will also be remembering the global icon as part of a country-wide designated day of mourning for the late former South African president.
After a tip from locals, inspectors find this shawarma shack in violation in a big and disturbing way.