August 3, 2014
Unsuspecting shepherds came across the newly appeared "Gafsa Beach" three weeks ago in the middle of the Tunisian desert. But while Tunisians are cannon-balling in, experts warn its quick-growing algae may mean bad news ahead.
August 2, 2014
The National Library Department (NLD) said Sunday it fined 28 coffee shops during Ramadan for buying family subscriptions instead of commercial subscriptions to show 2014 World Cup matches at their venues.
Yochanan Gordon, the author of the article suggested that "rooting out" the territory is the best way to settle the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
August 1, 2014
A Coptic Orthodox Bishop in Egypt recently stated that he doesn't want women wearing makeup, pants, or blouses inside his church.
Controversial books on jihad are for sale in French bookstores and supermarkets
July 31, 2014
UNRWA spokesman Chris Gunness broke down crying during an interview about the current Gaza offensive.
Saudi youth are shining bright as they lead the way in demonstrating the spirit of Eid.
The Backstreet Boys might want to brush up on their knowledge of current affairs after a band member confused the ongoing Gaza conflict with Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17, which was shot down by Russian separatists. Whoops.
Former governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin, offered her bizarre thoughts on the Israel-Palestine conflict via her new television network, citing Hollywood fashion critic, Joan Rivers (no joke), as 'source of foreign policy wisdom'.
July 30, 2014
Islamic State insurgents have opened an office in northern Syria where single women and widows can register to marry fighters from the radical al-Qaeda offshoot.
Turkish Deputy Prime Minister says women shouldn't laugh in speech on "moral corruption."
July 29, 2014
With Eid al-Fitr festivities going on everywhere in the Muslim world, it is nice to pause and reflect on how Eid has changed over the generations. Join us on a trip down memory lane into the Eid that was...
July 28, 2014
People with dual citizenship in Kuwait and Saudi Arabia will be summoned and asked to choose only one citizenship.
July 27, 2014
Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf, the Saudi ambassador to London, has blasted British journalist David Hearst for a spurious and unsubstantiated article in Huffington Post.
Security officers in the Eastern Province have arrested two young expatriate women who allegedly stole a car from Al-Khobar and drove off.