Egyptian songster Amr Diab has announced his new album is slated for release during Eid El Fitr.
A 21-year-old Palestinian died Tuesday from injuries sustained during clashes with Israeli troops in the West Bank.
After March reports by British daily the Guardian that Daesh leader al-Baghdadi had been critically wounded in a US airstrike in Iraq, more rumors emerged this week that he had been declared clinically dead by Israeli doctors in the Golan heights.
The Ligue 1 champions' chief has ruled out selling the Uruguay international or Zlatan Ibrahimovic and hit out at critics of Laurent Blanc
Salma Hayek's in town for "The Prophet", and Elissa managed to get in good with the actress.
One tweep decided to ask for Ahlam's hand in marriage... for his bull!
Elissa posted a tantalizing tweet this week that has made fans wonder yet again if she's found the love of her life.
A Texas man from Lebanon was sentenced to five years in prison for 'knowingly lying' to authorities about former links to the Lebanese Shiite militant group Hezbollah and the Amal Movement during his application for US citizenship.
Six missing Dubai trekkers are found safe following Nepal's deadly earthquake, but rescuers are battling time, material shortages, and inaccessible roads.
We know ‘it’ matters. Some go to war for it. Professional sports teams draft for it. Actors audition to show they have it.
Bassem Youssef & Jordanian comedian Tima Shomali backstage at the Women in the World summit in New York. (Facebook)
Bassem Youssef Tima Shomali
The Syrian government suffered its third heavy loss this month on Monday, when Nusra Front militants launched a suicide bomb-laden offensive against an army compound in NW Syria.
The study noted that the Syria conflict had no impact on Lebanese merchandise and services exports at the aggregate level.
Jordanian comedian Tima Shomali talks comedy and Arab taboos during the Women in the World Summit in New York.
Indian nationals have emerged the largest non-Arab investors in Dubai’s real estate market.
The Godfather is being made into an Arab TV drama starring Assi Helani.
Several construction workers were killed are more are still trapped after the roof of a building they were working on at a Saudi Arabian university collapsed Monday.
A child rides a bicycle next to an Israeli military vehicle near the border with Syria in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights
A child rides a bicycle next to an Israeli military vehicle near the border with Syria in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights. (AFP/Jalaa Marey)
In the UAE visiting friends, Hollywood star Ty Burrell, best known for his role as Phil Dunphy on "Modern Family", shares about his time the Emirati capital.
In one of the first meetings between US Secretary of State John Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif since the initial framework deal was reached earlier this month, Kerry said a comprehensive nuclear agreement was looking more attainable than ever.
German match officials forcibly removed an Israeli flag from a German fan at match, over fears of Palestinian violence.
There'll be summer fun for everyone in Abu Dhabi this summer.
Yemen's exiled government raised alarm Monday for three cities in the country that lack basic needs like medical supplies, food and water.
At least 44 Palestinians were killed and 220 injured by Israel's attacks on seven UN facilities during the Gaza war, the UN said Monday.
Syrian crisis influencing Beirut music; the crisis facing refugees in the Mediterranean; and problems facing teachers in Iran.
April 27, 2015
The company ceased to assemble cars in preparation for leaving the Egyptian market by May
Apparently, secrecy and shame about money-related problems is still rife.
Middle East businesses are spending less than 1 per cent of their overall IT budgets on security, leaving them vulnerable to cyber attacks.
Is this a turnaround? Has the bottom arrived? Is this sustainable? The debate is on!
The GCC consulting market grew by more than 15 per cent to $2.5 billion in 2014.
Egypt's foreign reserves are expected to rise to over $20 billion after the recent Gulf deposits.
The Rosanero supremo says the 21-year-old is worth an entire team and that he will charge the Ligue 1 champions more as the Argentine is reluctant to move to Paris
Al-Qaeda fighters and allied Syrian rebels captured a major military base as the regime continued conducting airstrikes, a monitor said Monday.
Not so targeted consequences? The risk of targeted sanctions for GCC firms, individuals, and charities
Sanctions can have devastating effects, which, of course, is the intention of those imposing them.
Clashes between Afghan security forces and the Taliban in northern Kunduz have killed more than 30 fighters, officials said Monday.
Mohammed Assef, winner of Arab Idol, sings his winning song on The official Palestinian Authority (PA) TV station.
Manuel Pellegrini insisted with admirable defiance that this season has not represented a failure for Manchester City after an unconvincing 3-2 victory over Aston Villa on Saturday, but only time will tell whether it is a view shared by his employers.
Novak Djokovic continues to lead the men's world tennis rankings released by the ATP Monday.
The Clooneys have made the Sunday Times Rich List with a wealth of £121 million.
A Palestinian worker died Monday when a tunnel collapsed in the southern Gaza city of Rafah, a health official said.
Take advice from Salma Hayek on life and good values as she speaks during a press conference in Lebanon.
Syrian rock bands fleeing war are finding a new fan base in Lebanon, with their Arabized Western music.
Romania's Simona Halep moved second behind Serena Williams in the WTA tennis rankings released Monday.
A look at pre-Arab Spring protests in Egypt; a Jewish journalist leaves Israel to live in occupied Bethlehem; and the problem of corruption in Lebanon.
Middle East airlines are playing a major role in providing connectivity to non-traditional destinations from Brazil as an increasing number of Brazilians now seeking newer travel options.
The plane arrived in Istanbul from Nepal on Sunday, a day after a 7.8 magnitude Kathmandu earthquake killed 2,500.
The closure severed its most important trade route to the outside
Israeli units were seen moving near the Lebanese border and carried out a military exercise, security sources said Monday.
The Islamic banking industry in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) is set to achieve $683 billion of Shariah-compliant assets by 2019.
What's not to love? The whole world is clearly obsessed with Arabia's sweetheart songstress, Nancy Ajram, as indicated by her 15 million Facebook likes!
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir was reelected Monday with 94.5 percent of the votes, the National Electoral Commission said.
An Australian doctor has appeared in a Daesh propaganda video asking other people from the medical profession to join the militant group.
A "mini-cyclone" tore through Pakistan's Peshawar area Monday, killing dozens and damaging infrastructure.
Israel and Hamas will continue to hold indirect talks through European mediation, a senior Hamas official confirmed Sunday.
Prince Mamdooh Bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud has been banned from making statements through any form of media for making remarks deemed racist.
While some Arab countries move to establish a joint military force in the Middle East, such actions could put a further dent in the region's rocky Sunni-Shia relationship.
Red high heels for men were de rigueur at Sunday's march against domestic violence in Beirut.
Doubts have been cast over an apparent Israeli airstrike targeting Hezbollah and military sites in Syria.
Robbie Williams kickin' it in his UAE hotel room
Kei Nishikori successfully defended his Barcelona Open title with a convincing straight sets win over his Spanish opponent Pablo Andujar on Sunday.
A Syrian street vendor selling fuel uses a battery powered lamp to light his stall at night in the rebel-held area of Douma, east of the capital Damascus. (AFP/Abd Doumany)
A coalition of Islamist rebels said they seized a key military army base in the northwestern province of Idlib Monday.
Royal Opera House Muscat is about to get jazzed up by New Orleans' electrifying band Preservation Hall.
Qusai Khouli reveals what he's looking for in the woman of his dreams!
Former US President Jimmy Carter is heading to Gaza with hopes to broker a Saudi-backed reconciliation between Hamas and Fatah.
Another perk about joining Daesh in Syria? Takeout food! Missing schoolgirl Amira Abase tweeted her dinner, confirming fears that she joined the terrorist group.
The Iraqi government troops reportedly make gains in Daesh-held territory of Anbar province, between Baghdad and Fallujah.
The uncle of Bashar al-Assad has been investigated in France for his $98 million fortune and suspicious activities.
Daesh militants released a new video online, claiming their official presence in Yemen, according to Al Arabiya news.
For the second time in three days, Israel's airforce bombed weapons caches allegedly belonging to Hezbollah and pro-Assad forces north of Damascus; casualties unconfirmed.
Thousands of mourners attended the funeral of 20-year-old Palestinian Mahmoud Abu Jheisha who was shot dead for allegedly stabbing an Israeli soldier.
An Israeli air raid killed four people in the occupied Golan Heights Sunday near the Syrian border.
What was meant to be an exhilarating adventure to the Everest Base Camp, had turned into a nightmare for an Emirati political science professor.
Photos show the ongoing destruction of Yemen; Al Nusra Front takes a key city in Syria; and Egyptian Armenians remember the genocide.
Syrian citizens abroad, even those with lost or unofficial documents, will have greater ease obtaining passports, according to new rules.
Robbie Williams was simply brilliant before his crowd of 20k at his Yas Island concert on Saturday night.
Jordanian Armed Forces on Sunday received new arrivals, who were provided with first aid and other humanitarian support.
The Dubai index may consolidate in a range with a tough resistance at the keenly-watched 4,200 level.
April 26, 2015
Friends and family have heard no word from six UAE residents stranded in Nepal.
The Criminal Court postponed to 10 May the trial of 21 Ultras White Knights (UWK) members on charges of the attempted murder of the Al-Zamalek club’s president Mortada Mansour, in a Sunday session.
Saudi Arabia’s hospitality market can expect to witness high levels of new supply over the next three years.
Independent candidate Mustafa Akinci won over the voters in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, the election committee announced Sunday.
The forward was replaced by Robin van Persie in the closing stages of Sunday's shock loss at Everton and boss Louis van Gaal admitted the severity of the problem is not yet known
The IDF's Military Prosecution filed an indictment with a military court last week against three soldiers suspected of looting from Palestinian homes during the summer campaign.
Yemen's foreign minister denounced the former president's call for peace talks Sunday, rejecting his involvement in the country's future.
Hollywood actress Salma Hayek is in Lebanon for her new movie "The Prophet."
The crash occurred Sunday during a training exercise in Saudi Arabia, killing an instructor and a student.
The Egyptian authorities have hanged five people convicted of murder and theft, the interior ministry said Sunday.
American muslim Jameel Syed began his journey on April 3rd, 2015, to be the first muaddhin in history to recite the call to prayer in all 50 states across the US. He aims to reclaim the American Muslim narrative and give mosques the opportunity to deliver a positive message, to tell the world what being a Muslim is really all about.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has said that he is ready to hand over star striker Eden Hazard to Spanish team Real Madrid for a transfer fee of 200 million pounds.
In order to have a great talent pool for a certain job it is important to include both passive and active candidates.
Car bombs across Baghdad killed over one dozen and injured over 50, police say.
That's right, the woman, the legend, the big booty that is Jennifer Lopez will be opening up the 14th edition of the Mawazine Festival in Rabat.
In many societies being rich is admirable, but saying that you want to be rich is somehow frowned upon.
Airstrikes conducted by the Syrian government on a marketplace killed at least 34 civilians, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Sunday.
Policymakers need to urgently address Lebanon’s longstanding and worsening structural bottlenecks
Turkey, having invested in ambitious Asian and African initiatives to expand market penetration and build political capital, has missed a golden opportunity to make its case.
The move holds significant potential for the market’s growth and importance over the coming years, Deloitte said in a study.