June 19, 2014
A General Director of the Israeli Knesset fired an employee for comparing the three missing Israeli teens to Palestinian prisoners on his Facebook page.
Egyptian Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim has ordered a new department formed to combat crimes against women.
They may not be allowed to drive, but the "law" may now be on their side: Saudi's Justice Ministry has granted licenses to 20 women lawyers to practice their profession and represent their clients in court.
In just 7 months, Saudi Arabia saw a total of 191 legal cases filed against black magicians.
June 18, 2014
A Kuwaiti man was arrested after posting a video of himself printing counterfeit money.
A fashion designer and a tailor have been jailed in Dubai for cross dressing in public.
Crocodiles at the Dubai mall have sparked both interest and fear.
Forget the days of private jets! Saudi billionaires have a new way in mind to soar the skies: their own jumbo A380s and Boeing 737s.
June 17, 2014
Egypt police will now be enforcing a new rule that prohibits drivers from placing religious signs in their car windows.
Police in the UAE seized 20 glasses from a store after an Emirati woman complained they were "anti-Islamic".
A baggage handler at Dubai International Airport has been jailed for stealing candy bars from passengers' suitcases.
Three Kuwaiti MPs visited Syrian refugee encampments in the eastern Bekaa region to show their support for the Syrian people.
June 16, 2014
The U.N. World Food Program is working over time to meet the needs of refugees in Lebanon.
Two Dubai policeman said they would not arrest a Moroccan woman if she had sex with them so she coordinating with other police to catch the men in a sting operation.
An online campaign is asking Israelis to kill a Palestinian "terrorist" every hour until the three missing Israeli teens are returned home safely.