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June 24, 2014

Police have drained nearby bodies of water in search of the murder weapon. (Photo courtesy of Eastnews Press Agency)
07:40 GMT
British police have begun draining three lakes in the investigation of a Saudi student who was stabbed in the UK last week.

June 23, 2014

Thousands turned up to mourn the death of Nahid Almanea. (AFP/File)
13:56 GMT
The Saudi stabbing victim has been laid to rest with thousands attending her desert funeral.
Break me off a piece of that! Iran's Alireza JahanBakhsh is a total dreamboat.
09:55 GMT
The international community is getting into the spirit and cheering on their favorite World Cup teams. Team Melli includes hot players and adoring fans. What's not to love?
The broadcaster became angry with the ambassador during an argument about the ongoing Nile dam project. (Shutterstock)
08:24 GMT
An Egyptian broadcaster has been suspended after she abruptly hung up on Ethiopia's ambassador to Cairo during an interview.

June 22, 2014

The two men didn't know they were brothers before the crash. (Shutterstock)
12:27 GMT
Two Saudi men got quite a surprise after a spontaneous car crash.
Tunisians held a silent march in memory of Aya. (AFP/File)
11:45 GMT
Tunisians are protesting online and on the streets against a rare honor killing in Tunis.
Police continue to search for the person responsible for the brutal stabbing. (Image used for illustrative purposes. AFP/File)
10:01 GMT
A teenager who was a suspect in the brutal killing of a Saudi Arabian student in the UK has been released.
The CIA says the project was nixed before any figures were shipped. (AFP/File)
07:21 GMT
The CIA reportedly created a demonic Osama bin Laden action figure to scare children.

June 21, 2014

Battir received an emergency nomination to be added to UNESCO's list of World Heritage sites (Courtesy of Times of Israel)
15:08 GMT
The cultural arm of the UN added the name of a Palestinian village in the West Bank to its list of world heritage sites Friday.
Iranian demonstrators in Berlin protest against Tehran's human rights policies (File/AFP)
05:00 GMT
A young woman faces the death penalty in Iran. Her crime? Married aged 14 and then killed her abusive husband a few years later.

June 20, 2014

Shaheen the Camel provides a prediction for the World Cup matches in Brazil daily in a video recording (File Archive/Shutterstock)
15:11 GMT
Forget the World Cup-predicting octopus!The Middle East has their own rendition of the infamous cup creature predictor for the 2014 games in Brazil.
The crown prince met Said while working on a charity project last year in one of Dubai's shantytowns (Courtesy of World News Daily Report)
05:00 GMT
Folks, this is a happily ever after story that is sure to make waves on UAE's shores! The 28-year-old crown prince of Dubai is tying the knot with his love, former street girl Kalila Said.

June 19, 2014

The three Israeli teens were kidnapped in the West Bank. (AFP/File)
13:58 GMT
A General Director of the Israeli Knesset fired an employee for comparing the three missing Israeli teens to Palestinian prisoners on his Facebook page.
A U.N. report revealed that 99.3% of Egyptian women have been exposed to harassment in some form. (AFP/File)
10:00 GMT
Egyptian Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim has ordered a new department formed to combat crimes against women.
Saudi's first female lawyer was registered earlier this year (File Archive)
08:00 GMT
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.