April 30, 2014
Need relationship advice? Ask Egypt's foreign minister why his country's bond with the U.S. isn't a "one night affair"
In a bizarre analogy, Egypt's FM Nabil Fahmy descried Egypt-U.S. relations as "a marriage" and definitely "not a fling".
A Jordanian woman beat up two men who wouldn't stop harassing her on the street.
Desmond Tutu recently defended Kerry's comments about Israel and apartheid.
The media has become fixated with George Clooney's finance Amal Alamuddin. But she's more than just a pretty face.
April 29, 2014
An Iraqi politician left voters unimpressed after he tried and failed to be from three different religions/sects, dependent on which area his campaign posters were displayed. How embarrassing!
Saudi Arabia has publicly criticized Norway's human rights record and is calling for Oslo to do something about the anti-Muslim sentiment and discrimination within the country.
A UN official has warned that Yemen is facing a humanitarian crisis.
An Austrian woman has been sentenced to two months in jail for having consensual sex with a Yemeni banker.
April 28, 2014
Cock fighting in Saudi Arabia is growing in popularity, despite a government ban.
Oman authorities banned a nightclub in Muscat for hosting a pajama-themed party where guests wear their favorite nightwear out on the town after Omanis en masse started describing the event as "un-Islamic" over social media.
The recently released global Social Progress Index ranks the UAE as first in the Middle East for "treating women with respect."
April 27, 2014
The yearly commemoration honors the six million Jews who were murdered by Germany during World War II.
The man nonchalantly ordered and paid for his burger in the drive-through while atop the camel.
Nearly 100 people have now died from MERS in Saudi Arabia.
Specialists and doctors from the Middle East and France met at a medical conference in the Jal al-Dib district to discuss how to improve care for people living with schizophrenia.