May 17, 2013
Ansar al Sharia vows to go through with their annual hardline Salafi annual convention in spite of the Tunisian government's ban.
May 16, 2013
People living in Gaza have found an underground way to access the junk food giant KFC's delicacies. But gluttony comes at a price.
A couple who have been ordered to serve two months in a Dubai jail after being found guilty of having sex in the back of a taxi claim they have been financially crippled by their court battle.
A human skeleton of a young Roman warrior, likely killed in warfare, has been unearthed in south Aswan, Egypt
Six Bahraini twitters criticize the Kingdom and get sentenced to a year of prison each.
May 15, 2013
The Nakba isn't over nor is the fight against it as Palestinians mark the 65th anniversary of the "tragedy".
Numbers of Syrians who have fled their war-torn country face multiple restrictions when settling in neighboring Gulf countries even though these states publicly oppose Assad's regime.
After launching a range of gas-guzzling supercars over the past few weeks, Dubai Police have decided to turn over a greener leaf with their latest launch - this eco patrol vehicle.
The honeymoon is over in Egypt and millions have already signed their divorce papers with President Morsi--they've petitioned for him to be out out office immediately.
May 14, 2013
Refusing to let go of "the love of his life", a Saudi man attacks the divorce judge over potential separation ruling.
Kuwaiti women are finally given a chance to prove they can do more than just give birth. They can also save some by being allowed to work as paramedics.
A remote-control aircraft to spy on fans at football matches is the latest crime-busting device launched by police in Dubai.
Egyptian reporter stands by his word as his interview with Mubarak has come under investigation.
May 13, 2013
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad may feel the burn of 74 lashes over claims that he has been interfering in the country's elections by endorsing a candidate.
An education official in Kuwait announced on Monday that 72 per cent of all teachers of public schools are women, and that the illiteracy rate is declining.