November 5, 2013
Authorities in Dubai issue warning that posting photos or videos on social media without the prior consent of those in the images could land you in jail.
November 4, 2013
An advertisement for anti-snorting product portraying a US soldier embracing a Muslim woman with the slogan "keeping you together" provokes mixed reactions.
An Egyptian man who allegedly tried to kiss a German events organiser will be deported from Dubai, a court ruled on Monday.
Saudi police detain Kuwaiti woman for driving her diabetic father to the hospital.
Numbers Game: World Bank names Saudi "lowest poverty rate" in Arab countries, despite local outcry for help
The World Bank has released its annual poverty report and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia takes the lead in lowest poverty country in the Middle East.
A baby celebrating the birth of a child in Dubai landed two revellers in jail after things got out of control.
November 3, 2013
Joining 26 scientists from around the world, Sindi Hayat was appointed to the Scientific Advisory Board by the UN Secretary, General Ban Ki-moon.
Syria and Iran are seeking to expand their media cooperation and will be launching an Arabic language TV show.
A man from Michigan in the United States is seriously peeved with the US government -- he claims he tipped off the government over Osama Bin Laden's location in Pakistan eight years before he was killed by Navy SEALS in 2011.
International tennis officials have banned Tunisia from the 2014 Davis Cup because Tunisian officials ordered a player to sit out a match against an Israeli.
Human rights groups have called for an official investigation after a video surfaced on the Internet showing a Saudi man beating an Asian employee.
November 2, 2013
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei has issued a message urging Iranians to produce more babies, which he said is essential for the future of the Islamic Republic.
The privately owned Egyptian TV station CBC has stopped airing Baseem Youssef’s show “El-Bernameg,” or “The Program”.
October 31, 2013
5kg of Captagon pills, a synthetic prodrug used as a stimulant, were seized by police at Beirut airport as Syrian man attempted to smuggle them into Arab countries.
Jordanian man convicted of spying for Israel sentenced in the Gulf Kingdom.