November 18, 2015
#ThisIsEgypt: 17 Famous Celebrities Who Visited the Pyramids of Egypt.
Omani hospitals are treating hundreds of Yemenis wounded in the ongoing conflict in Yemen.
The two world leaders will meet for the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris to discuss Syria at the end of the month.
Germany officials are investigating after a violent threat from Daesh prompted them to evacuate a football stadium late Tuesday.
Social media is a confusing beast.
French film "Made in France" will not be released in Paris this week.
Amid a slew of addresses from world leaders, comments from Jordan's Prince Hassan didn't make the news much.
Three individuals claiming to be Daesh supporters stabbed a Jewish teacher in Marseille, French prosecutors said.
NPR reports of Yazidi retribution for injustice done while under Daesh control surface.
The presidents of Egypt and Russia had a phone call on Wednesday to discuss international cooperation against extremism.
Outrage over Turkish fans' booing during a minute of silence at a football game, but it might not be the whole story
While many are suggesting that boos penetrating the minute of silence held for the Paris attack victims are a sign of Daesh support in the country, another suggestion might restore your faith in humanity.
November 22, 2015
Perhaps it was inevitable the hashtag would prompt a mosaic of responses. Still, the sheer range of voices coming out were impressive.
Tayyib Rashid proudly showed Trump his military ID, and asked: "Where's yours?"
Naglaa Mohammed is a woman of many talents. The former zookeper has launched a near career as a bodyguard, protecting women from harassment in Egypt and abroad.
With new players entering the UAE's leisure market, the industry is pressing ahead with plans to become an international entertainment destination, but there will be challenges.
A new tax on undeveloped land will rake in an estimated $50 billion and is intended to force land owners to fully develop land and solve the housing shortage.
The man is shown repeatedly poking the inflatable boat with a lance.
November 21, 2015
Donald Trump has plenty of silly things to say. Now, the US presidential candidate said he would "certainly implement" a database to track Muslims.
Syrian opposition rebels on Saturday regained two northern villages close to the Turkish border from Daesh, in a setback to the extremist militia
The 26-year-old woman thought to be behind the Paris suicide bombing during a police raid could have been caught in crossfire, according to reports.
November 20, 2015
"Mockingjay Part 2" posters in conservative Israeli neighborhoods don't highlight the heroine, Jennifer Lawrence. Check out why.
The UN Security Council called on all member states to intensify military efforts against Daesh following last week's Paris attacks.
The Frenchman has tipped Juan Iturbe and Iago Falque to step up in the absence of the former Chelsea winger, who injured his ankle in the derby against Lazio
The body of a 26-year-old woman believed to be a suicide bomber during a police raid in Paris has been formally identified.
November 19, 2015
A French police dog named Diesel was killed by militants during a raid on Wednesday.
The Republican candidate was hoping to show which US states were refusing refugees, but it didn't really work out that way.
Two Israelis are dead and two others injured following a stabbing attack which took place inside of the Panorama building on Ben Tsavi street in the city.
Two people have died and schools are closing in a recent outbreak of swine flu in Kuwait.
November 27, 2015
Amnesty International said the kingdom intends to execute some 55 people for alleged "terrorist crimes".
Dozens of Palestinian protesters Friday were shot and injured by Israeli soldiers during clashes across the West Bank and Gaza.
Turkey’s Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said discussions were necessary with Russia in a bid to ease tensions after a Russian Sukhoi Su-24M was shot down on the border with Syria.
November 30, 2015
The tents had been donated by the Red Cross after the families' homes were demolished by Israeli authorities.
Republican senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham urged Obama to send 10,000 troops to both Iraq and Syria to fight Daesh.
Celebrity chef Gary McKenna says the food industry is the place to be.
November 29, 2015
A video has surfaced purporting to show a suspected Daesh fighter crying and moaning after being captured Kurdish Peshmerga forces.
Israeli forces fired live ammunition as a means of crowd dispersal, injuring at least 12 Palestinians.
Rubber duckies just might the secret to fighting Daesh's propaganda machine.
Dream Radio in Hebron was raided and closed by Israeli forces - the third Palestinian radio station closed in November.
Bassem Youssef shines as Emmy Awards' first Arab host.
Despite international outcry, human rights experts worry that Ali al-Nimr will be put to death even though he was 17 at the time of his arrest.
Thousands gathered across the UK on Saturday in rallies organized by the Stop The War coalition to stand against British Prime Minister David Cameron's proposal for airstrikes in Syria.
November 28, 2015
A new wave of airstrikes targeting the Syrian city of Raqqa killed at least eight people, including five children.
Amnesty International has slammed Turkey for expelling dozens of Syrian refugees to their war-stricken country, saying the move is in violation of international law.
November 25, 2015
An eight-year-old Palestinian boy was handcuffed and blind-folded during his arrest by Israeli soldiers in the West Bank town of Hebron.
Jake Gyllenhall will receive a distinguished award at the12th Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF).
US Secretary of State John Kerry met with Netanyahu hours before joining the Palestinian President in Ramallah as part of his Middle East tour.
Austrian teen Samra Kesinovic, who fled to Syria and married a Daesh fighter was reportedly beaten to death for attempting to flee the militant group's stronghold of Raqqa.
November 23, 2015
Egypt and Russia are hailing the signing of an agreement for Egypt's first nuclear facility, but citizens aren't really convinced.
Everyone's talking about Syria and Iraq, but much less discussed is the war in Yemen and the number of countries actually involved.
The second phase of elections in Egypt received a higher turnout than the infamous low attendance to voting in the first phase.
The building will be a vertical city, and will even have its own transport system. But given the current situation in the country, will it ever be completed?
Hate-mongering is what Rupert Murdoch's tabloid newspaper The Sun does best. This time, a poll was taken out of context and incorrectly put on the front page.
December 1, 2015
"Double-tap" barrel bombs struck a hospital run by international aid organization Doctors without Borders in northern Homs. At least 47 people were injured.
Fahad Al-Hajji was teaching Holy Quran lessons at Hisham bin Hakeem Elementary School when he began complaining of shortness of breath.
November 26, 2015
This is the third Palestinian shot and killed today during clashes with Israeli forces in al-Arrub refugee camp, located in northern Hebron.
A US official said the US military is concerned about the deployment of Russia S-400 missile defense system in the Syrian province of Latakia.
A Muslim social worker filed a lawsuit after she was fired from her job for wearing hijab. However, the court ruled in favor of the employer.
A Palestinian was shot in the head by IDF forces early Thursday, marking 100 Palestinians killed in the current wave of fighting.
Daesh’s media and communications efforts are prolific, professional, and overwhelmingly successful. Here’s how they do it.
The US Army investigation into the Kunduz hospital airstrike shows "gross negligence" by US forces.
Local operators in Egypt are complaining that foreign holiday packages are better value when compared to the high costs of domestic air travel.
November 24, 2015
On Monday Egyptian border guards killed five Sudanese nationals who were attempting to cross into Israel.
Are Zayn Malik and Gigi Hadid really together?
Scenes from inside the chaotic Macedonia-Greek border.
US Secretary of State John Kerry said he fully supported Israel's right to 'self-defense' Tuesday amid ongoing violence between the Jewish state and Palestinians.
There's a fierce political battle brewing between Russia and Turkey over the fate of the Russian jet and how it got there. Twitter, meanwhile is bringing the debate online.