November 22, 2014
Mads Gilbert said he was permanently banned from the occupied territory last month. Gilbert said that, although he had all the documents required, Israeli police did not allow him to cross into Gaza.
November 21, 2014
Researchers in Australia have successfully translated a 1,300 year old Egyptian text, revealing it to be an ancient codex of spells and invocations.
Mickey won't be visiting the pyramids after all... Disney denies plans for an Egyptian amusement park
A Disney spokesperson denies any plans to build an amusement park in Egypt amid rumors that Disney was considering an amusement park in Egypt.
November 20, 2014
Disney is pondering whether or not to build a Middle East branch of its famous amusement park in Egypt. Mickey Mouse could have a good view of the pyramids.
A Turkish supermarket chain started printing images of missing children on millions of plastic grocery bags to help find the kids.
It's not something you'd see everyday, but when a truck full of juice in Lebanon's Tripoli port crashed, it left a sweet taste across the streets.
A Pakistani court has sentenced four men to death over the mob killing of a woman who married against her family’s wishes, a court official said.
November 19, 2014
Making all governmental procedures electronic and offering online services will cut instances of wasta (nepotism) in the Kingdom by 85 percent, according to a study by the University of Sussex in Britain.
Falafel is big in the Middle East, whether it's a sandwich to go or, as part of a big meal. But Lebanon's capital has a special district dedicated to these tasty treats!
Prince Harry has arrived in Oman.
Human rights group condemns 'virginity tests' for women police recruits who are forced to strip naked and undergo internal examinations in Indonesia.
November 18, 2014
A tourist, who was drunk when he mistakenly walked into the wrong flat and kissed a sleeping housewife, was sentenced to three months in jail.
Authorities in Tanzania have ordered the eviction of 40,000 Masai people so their ancestral home can be turned into a hunting ground for Middle Eastern royals.
Two out of the four Aussie brothers who traveled to Syria to apparently join ISIL are too obese to join the group, according to family and friends.
A woman in Egypt has died after contracting the deadly H5N1 bird flu virus.