October 1, 2015
More bad news for US-vetted rebels in Syria.
Two Turkish soldiers were allegedly killed by PKK fighters in a drive by shooting in the country’s southeastern Diyarbakir province.
Iraqi historian and archaeologist Ali al-Nashmi, alongside the director of Palmyra's museum, warned of a centuries-old Jewish conspiracy to steal precious artifacts from Arab heritage sites.
Bahrain recalled its ambassador to Iran and declared the Iranian acting charge d’affaires in Manama persona non-grata and gave him 72 hours to leave the country.
Lebanese sources revealed on Thursday that hundreds of Iranian troops have entered Syria in the last ten days, and are planning a major ground offensive together with Syrian regime forces and Hezbollah militants.
Some social media users claimed the bus crashed due to brake failure.
Saudi investors are shutting down lingerie and womens fashion shops, citing difficulties in retaining female staff.
A group of Iranians set up a Facebook page to apologize to Syrians for the Islamic Republic's military role in Syria.
October 5, 2015
British Prime Minister David Cameron said Russian military action in Syria would make the region more unstable during an interview with the BBC.
Was it Russian, Syrian? Technical failure or shoot-down? Here come the social media wars.
Ethiopia's latest meeting with Sudan and Egypt to resolve building of Africa's largest hydroelectric power plant has been postponed again.
This map is pretty laughable.
Al Mayadeen journalist Hanna Mahameed was covering clashes outside Fadi Alloun's home in the West Bank when she was hit in the face with bomb fragments, resulting in extensive burns.
A porter working in Dubai's airport was accused of stealing a toothbrush and charger from a passenger's luggage.
President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and Tunisian president Beji Caid Essebsi agreed at a joint press conference in Cairo to unite in the fight against terrorism, of which both countries have fallen victim to.
Security forces in Spain and Morocco arrested ten people for reportedly recruiting for Daesh in the Middle East.
While tensions continue to escalate in Jerusalem over the Al-Aqsa Mosque, rumors are growing of a third intifada. Could the Palestine-Israel conflict further spiral out of control?
October 4, 2015
Another voice enters the Russia debate in Syria.
Egypt's Consumer Protection Authority (CPA) banned an Etisalat ad for featuring domestic violence.
Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan told reporters Russia's recent actions in Syria will only serve to isolate it form other countries in the region.
The Egyptian Foreign Minister voiced Egypt's support for Russia's airstrikes in Syria as a means to combat terrorism.
Palestine Authority and Palestine Liberation Organization President Mahmoud Abbas is all gimmicks according to writer Rami G. Khouri, and the Palestinian people deserve better.
Some men in Saudi Arabia choose to marry their maids. Their first wives struggle to understand why.
September 28, 2015
The man beat the woman with a large rock until she tragically died on Chelnov street in south Tel Aviv near the corner of Matalon Street.
With the iPad, Apple breaks the barrier and competes with Microsoft's Surface Pro3.
October 6, 2015
Is the US focusing on the Kurds after Russia arrived in Syria?
The figure provided by European council president Donal Tusk is based on Turkish estimates.
The fence cost nearly $8 million, which included a number of what the defense ministry describes as "high-tech security devices."
Information from Germany's Federal Intelligence Service said Turkey regularly supplies weapons to these armed groups.
A Saudi woman who caught her husband cheating after secretly filming him flirting with a maid put the clip on YouTube.
Israeli forces destroyed the homes of two Palestinian men who had carried out attacks in Jerusalem last year.
Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan said a "transition" of a new government in Syria was needed to solve the country's humanitarian crisis.
September 30, 2015
A Saudi Arabian health ministry statement said 4,000 people died in the Hajj stampede—then disappeared
What's going on with Saudi Arabia's ministry of health website?
Israeli forces said they retaliated on "terror sites" after a rocket was fired from a coastal enclave overnight.
Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas made the announcement during his annual speech to the UN General Assembly.
October 7, 2015
The regime offensive in Hama is the first of its kind to receive Russian air support.
This is a tiny farming town you've probably seen many times before.
The offer to help coordinate aerial strikes in Syria was made following increased tensions after Russia recently violated Turkey's air space.
Linda S. Heard emphasizes that the Israel-Palestine peace process has been a failure and a new strategy must be adopted in order to bring stability to the region.
October 2, 2015
Turkish security sources said they had killed 17 suspected PKK militants in the southeastern Turkish province of Diyarbakir.
Russian fighter jets hit targets in Syria for a second day with opposition groups saying that raids targeted rebels who fought both government forces and Daesh.
September 29, 2015
As the Western world warms to the embattled president, the Syrian opposition shows no intention of following suit.
Writer Abdulrahman Al-Rashed urges Muslims to combat extremism by adopting moderate teachings and practices of Islam.
September 27, 2015
An 8-meter boat carrying 37 refugees sank off the Turkish island of Cavusadasi, killing at least 17 passengers.
British tv production is the latest take on Ancient Egypt's boy-king Tutankhamun.
The US is both training Syrian rebels while showing utter complacency towards Russia's increased military presence in the war torn country. Eyad Abu Shakra asks what does “settlement in Syria” really mean to Washington?
September 26, 2015
The grand mufti reportedly said the tragedy in which more than 700 people died was beyond human control, and that fate and destiny were inevitable. He said the Saudi authorities were not responsible for the stampede.
Bureau chief of AFP Thomas Cox and two of his colleagues were attacked by Israeli soldiers while covering a protest near Nablus.