March 17, 2014
Qataris and Israelis may seem like odd bedfellows, but they definitely have one thing in common: they love themselves…in pictures, that is!
March 16, 2014
Beggar what? A Saudi woman - who shows that beggars can be choosers - described as a "blind female beggar" left behind a nearly $800,000 fortune that is now going to the needy as stipulated in her will.
Development in Mecca threatens to destroy important historical and religious sites.
The Saudi government has banned 50 names that are considered to blasphemous.
Celebrities sent a letter to the U.N. demanding it act to protect civilians in Syria.
March 15, 2014
A 15 year old girl recently traveled from her home in France to Syria to join rebel forces.
Three rare black camels that reportedly once belonged to Muammar Gaddafi were recently flown to the UAE.
March 14, 2014
Veteran British politician served as an MP for more than 50 years, championing the Palestinian cause most recently during the 2008 Gaza War
March 13, 2014
A Saudi cleric has issued a fatwa against all you can eat buffets.
Two Saudi princesses are seeking help from the United Nations. They claim they are being held against their will in a royal compound in Jeddah.
100,000 names of people killed during the conflict in Syria will be read aloud outside the White House starting Saturday.
A fervor was sparked among Arab fans of the Game of Throne TV series following the release of a third teaser trailer for the upcoming fourth season.
March 12, 2014
The family of Muktesh Mukherjee, a passenger on board the missing Malaysia Airlines plane, are praying that disaster has not struck twice.
Infamous British street artist Banksy has reworked one of his most recognized pieces of artwork to mark the third anniversary of the ongoing conflict in Syria.
The Tunisian government stopped Israeli tourists aboard a cruise ship from entering the country this week as part of their vacation tour.