Iran's judiciary has issued a one-month deadline to cut off popular messaging services WhatsApp, Viber and Tango.
Extensions are forever? Archaeologists uncover 3,000-year-old ancient Egyptian woman with hair extensions
Archaeologists excavating an ancient Egyptian city of Amarna have discovered a woman with more than 70 elaborate and lengthy hair extensions.
Happy Saudi National Day. Here's an embarrassing video clip of a Saudi teacher ripping out textbook pages showing girls
Hey it's Saudi National Day. Also — this video clip of a Saudi teacher went viral and it should probably embarrass the country
You can never be too careful with your privacy, as this Dubai case shows.
September 22, 2014
A teenager in Yemen was in a lot of trouble after his father walked in on him raping a chicken. This was all caught on film by the way.
Trendy Tel Aviv tries tacky: Israeli gay party organizers turn off the revelers by seuxualizing IS in poor taste posters
An Israeli gay club night promoter has come under scrutiny for imitating an Islamic State style beheading video for a photo shoot.
A British rabbi who spoke out against Israeli actions in Gaza has been targeted again in a hate crime after his car was set ablaze.
A housemaid in the UAE was charged with attempted murder after stabbing her colleague in the back and shoulder.
Big Medicine: 600 kg Saudi man is forklifted from his home for a government-funded weight reduction procedure
A 610 kg Saudi man was forklifted to the hospital on Monday for a weight reduction treatment provided by the Saudi government
September 21, 2014
Indonesian domestic helper shared a room with the boy in Bahrain
A photographer has described her horror after being alerted to a picture she said she took of Afghanistan’s first female police officer being used to promote banning the burka by Britain First.
A Saudi man has asked a man who proposed to his sister to offer her an iPhone 6 as a dowry.
Seven Iranians behind the creation of a video version of Pharell Williams; 'Happy' face 91 lashes and jail time.
September 20, 2014
After disappearing 22 years ago in Pakistan, Abdullah al-Tuwaijri was found by Saudi officials in Pakistan's Sindh province. Doing what? Turns out, mostly just being retired.
Long regarded as taboo in the deeply conservative Kingdom, the cinema industry in Saudi Arabia is looking to recruit personal and ramp up film production after getting the green light from the Labor Ministry.