January 10, 2014
A Syrian worker was arrested in the southern town of Marjayoun for sexually assaulting a four-year-old Syrian refugee.
January 9, 2014
The Grand Mufti of Kyrgyzstan has stepped down from his role after a sex tape of him "with his wife" went viral.
According to a recent study, Jordan leads the Middle East in having the most number of male smokers. So if you're in Amman, get your lighters out!
A French court has rejected a challenge to the controversial law banning face-covering clothing, and has fined a Muslim convert over $200 for wearing a veil.
People across Dubai helped 30-year-old Adeel Afzal, a diagnosed schizophrenic, become reunited with his family after they were separated on New Year's eve. That's community spirit!
January 8, 2014
A heartbroken 17-year-old boy jumped to his death after being told by his girlfriend she didn't want to see him anymore, Sharjah police said Wednesday.
A camel identified its previous owner during a parade in Saudi Arabia this week, embracing the man by wrapping its neck around him and restfully closing its eyes.
The Knesset turned its attention to what is being called, ‘revenge porn,’ or a situation in which someone is turned into a porn star against their will, according MK Yifat Kariv, reported the Israeli-based Ynet News on Monday.
A Palestinian man died inside of an Israeli checkpoint in the northern West Bank while en route to his place of work in Israel on Sunday.
January 7, 2014
What can King Tutankhamun's mummified erect penis tell us about the Ancient Egyptians? A new theory suggests that the boy King's boner was formulated as part of a religious struggle against the pharaoh believed to be his gather.
Police in southern Afghanistan rescued a girl wearing a suicide vest that was given to her from her brother.
Egyptian Copts celebrated Orthodox Christmas Tuesday despite amidst growing turmoil in the country.
Jordan has launched a campaign to attract sightseers from Muslim countries to boost the domestic tourism sector, reported al-Hayat newspaper.
January 6, 2014
With Armenians scattered all over the globe, preserving their traditional Christmas feast in Lebanon is of utmost importance in 2014.
Former Israeli PM Ariel Sharon is still "fighting for his life" in hospital, a doctor at Sheba Medical Centre said Sunday.