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Salafist Daesh-supporters wave the flag representing the extremist group in Gaza. (AFP/File)
17:32 GMT
A video released late Tuesday by Daesh-affiliated websites “threatened to overthrow Hamas” in the Gaza Strip.
Supporters of the Shiite Houthi militia demonstrate in Taiz on April 1, 2015, against the Saudi-led airstrikes in Yemen. (AFP/Abdel Rahman Abdallah)
17:17 GMT
Some of the prisoners who escaped from a jail in Taiz were al-Qaeda suspects.
US Secretary of State John Kerry (L) and US Under Secretary for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman meet with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif (not pictured) at a hotel in Vienna, Austria on July 1, 2015 (AFP/Carlos Barria)
17:12 GMT
Secretary of State John Kerry expressed optimism during a break in the first day of the talks since the deadline was extended.
An Egyptian man walks at the site of a bomb attack that targeted the convoy of Egyptian state prosecutor, Hisham Barakat, who died hours after the powerful explosion hit his convoy, in the capital Cairo on June 29, 2015. (AFP/Khaled Desouki)
17:00 GMT
Militants attacked numerous military checkpoints in the Sinai in the latest wave of violence.
Egyptian F-16s have been deployed to counter the attack by Daesh-affiliated militants in North Sinai. (AFP/File)
16:38 GMT
After some 60 soldiers killed in coordinated assault, Egyptian air force pounds Daesh positions in restive Sinai Peninsula.
Sepp Blatter
16:34 GMT
FIFA's embattled president Sepp Blatter will not be attending the Women's World Cup final in Vancouver on Sunday citing 'personal reasons'.
If anything bad should happen to Hilal, then he wants all his money to go to his little bro Basel. (File photo)
16:26 GMT
If anything bad should happen to Syrian singer Wissam Hilal, then he wants all his money to go to his little - and only - bro Basel.
Ahmed Ezz is the biological father of Zeina's twins, but he still insists that it's all lies. (File photo)
16:14 GMT
Ahmed Ezz is the biological father of Zeina's twins, but he still insists that it's all lies.
Only nine days after the Israeli Foreign Ministry withdrew its satirical cartoon mocking foreign correspondents, it created another cartoon comparing Iran with Daesh. (YouTube)
16:00 GMT
Thought you had seen the last of Israel's cartoons?
Syrians walk amidst the rubble of buildings in the rebel-held area of Douma, east of the Syrian capital Damascus, following reported air strikes by regime forces, on June 30, 2015. (AFP/Abd Doumany)
15:59 GMT
Fifteen people were killed and at least 25 injured on Wednesday by barrel-bomb attacks carried out by the Syrian regime.
Happy birthday Al Waleed Helani. (Facebook)
15:58 GMT
The Assi Helano family celebrated their son Al Waleed's birthday on Monday.
The army said five checkpoints were attacked by about 70 militants and that soldiers had destroyed three land-cruisers fitted with anti-aircraft guns. (AFP/File)
15:39 GMT
Israel closed the Niztana and Kerem Shalom border crossings Wednesday following militant attacks in Egypt's North Sinai
Dina El Wedidi: an Egyptian star born from the Arab Spring. (Rolexmentorprotege.com)
15:28 GMT
Dina El Wedidi: an Egyptian star born from the Arab Spring.
Exercise keeps your brain young while you age
15:20 GMT
In a new study, researchers have shown that endurance exercise may help prevent cognitive decline, keeping your brain working fully as you age.
The Israeli sentenced is one of three who joined Daesh. (AFP/File)
15:05 GMT
The Nazareth District Court sentenced an Israeli Arab to three years in prison on Wednesday, for joining Daesh in Syria.
A woman walks past a banner of President Bashar Assad hanging from a Central Bank building in Damascus, Syria. (AFP/Anwar Amro)
14:45 GMT
The Central Bank of Syria put the redesigned currency into circulation Tuesday, but media reports fail to mention the reason behind the image change.
Fierce clashes are ongoing between the Egyptian military and Daesh militants in Egypt's Sheikh Zuweid. (AFP/File)
14:31 GMT
Colonel Mohamed Soliman spoke over the phone with Daily News Egypt from inside Sheikh Zuweid police station.
Qatar Sports Investments and the New York-based RSE Ventures have together bought a controlling stake in Formula One
14:04 GMT
Qatar Sports Investments, owner of Paris Saint Germain (PSG) football club, and the New York-based RSE Ventures, owner of American Football franchise Miami Dolphins...
Members of the Kurdish People's Protection Units monitor the positions of Islamic State group in the Syrian town of Ras al-Ain, close to the Turkish border. (AFP/File)
14:00 GMT
Turkey has tightened security along the border amid ongoing threats.
The cast includes seven A-list stars who have never worked together before. (Daily News Egypt)
12:44 GMT
The resemblance of Al-Ahd (The Covenant) to the iconic HBO series as well as its A-list cast make this Ramadan show compulsive viewing!
A Yemeni points at a pool of blood at the site of rocket fire by Houthi Shiite rebels and their allies in Aden's loyalist-held al-Mansura district in Aden on July 1, 2015. (AFP/Saleh al-Obeidi)
12:22 GMT
At least 18 civilians were killed and 70 injured Wednesday after Houthis shelled a neighborhood, witnesses said.
President al Sisi with the family of Hisham Barakat, the recently assassinated chief prosecutor (AFP/file)
12:20 GMT
The implications of Hisham Barakat's death; how shifts in Saudi's regional policies affect Lebanon; and what Iran's hardliners actually want.
Syrian rebel group Jaysh al-Islam has released a video that mocked Daesh productions. (YouTube)
12:02 GMT
Syrian rebel group Jaysh al-Islam has released a video that mocked Daesh productions.
Israeli soldiers stand at the Qalandiya checkpoint between Jerusalem and and West Bank city of Ramallah. (AFP/Abbas Momani)
12:00 GMT
Gaza residents between certain ages must obtain a permit to enter Jerusalem to attend Friday prayers at Al-Aqsa mosque.
The selfie could in fact be a crime punishable by law. (Image: Facebook)
11:59 GMT
The Saudi teen posted the selfie on Facebook with the caption with the caption "Good Bye, Grandfather."
Egyptian security sources told Arabic news Wednesday more than 60 soldiers were killed. (AFP/File)
11:29 GMT
Egyptian security sources told Arabic news Wednesday at least 70 soldiers were killed.
A photo shows a bullet hole on a window in the Riu Imperial Marhaba Hotel in Port el Kantaoui, on the outskirts of Sousse south of the capital Tunis, on June 29, 2015, where a deadly attack took place the previous week. (AFP/Kenzo Tribouillard)
11:10 GMT
A troubling week of attacks across the Middle East and France show terrorism is spreading like wild fire.
Gigi recently landed a Vogue cover in Brazil. She has also been on the cover of Vogue's Spanish and American editions. (Instagram/Gigi Hadid)
10:30 GMT
Occupational hazard? The Pali model apparently prefers looking at clothes rather than trying them on.
A picture taken in Suruc in Turkey's Sanliurfa province near the border with Syria, shows Syrian Kurds returning to Kobane also known as Ain al-Arab, after clashes in the city, on June 27, 2015. (AFP/Bulent Kilic)
09:59 GMT
The United States will not support a buffer zone on the northern Syrian border due to the cost required to support it.
Angelina Jolie has visited refugees in Lebanon, Turkey, and Jordan in her role as UNHCR envoy. (UNHCR)
09:00 GMT
Following her visit to Syrian refugees in Lebanon and Turkey nine days ago, the Oscar-winning star joins UK and African Union authorities to help tackle sexual violence in conflict zones.
The Terminator said 'Hasta La Vista' to an anti-LGBT follower after he criticized Arnie for changing his FB pic to a rainbow flag. (Facebook)
08:45 GMT
Never underestimate the power of peer pressure on social media to bring about change.
Rami Malek's TV series "Mr. Robot" is a raging success in Hollywood! (Zimbio)
08:42 GMT
Rami Malek's TV series "Mr. Robot" is a raging success in Hollywood!
The training exercise comes less than a week after dozens of British tourists were killed by a gunman in Tunisia. (AFP/File)
08:00 GMT
UK police carried out the country's biggest terror training exercise following the killing of British tourists by a gunman in Tunisia.
Completion of the Riyadh Airport expansion is planned for May 2019. Interior of Riyadh's domestic terminal. (Panoramio)
08:00 GMT
The construction group will construct new terminal lounges, renovate existing terminals as well as install of internal systems.
Fighters from the Kurdish People Protection Unit (YPG) monitor the horizon in the northeastern Syrian city of Hasakeh on June 28, 2015.(AFP/Delil Souleiman)
08:00 GMT
Footage shows a Kurdish fighter determined to continue his fight against Daesh after being blown up upon stepping on a landmine.
Israeli soldiers inspect the site of a gun attack which four settlers injured, one of them dying from wounds sustained in the West Bank, June 30, 2015. (AFP/File)
07:00 GMT
One of the four Israelis shot in the West Bank has died from sustained injuries Tuesday after being attacked by a gunman.
“Imagine how dangerous Islamic State would be if it had armored divisions, fighter jets, and ballistic missiles,” the narrator says. (Image: Screenshot)
07:00 GMT
The Israeli government released an animated video comparing Iran to Daesh, just a week after removing a similar cartoon mocking the media's portrayal of life in Gaza.
The Orchestra are Glen Burtnik, Mik Kaminski, Eric Troyer, Louis Clark, Gordon Townsend, and Parthenon Huxley. (Chronicle Herald)
07:00 GMT
The remaining members of ELO keep the 70s sound alive with “Mr. Blue Sky” and other classics, as the band returns to Israel in July.
Tourists take part in a gathering in solidarity with Tunisia's tourism industry, on June 29, 2015 on the island of Djerba, following a deadly gun attack at a holiday resort near Sousse. Tunisia said it had made its first arrests after a beach massacre on June 26 that killed 38 people. (AFP/Fethi Nasri)
06:00 GMT
Secretary of state for security Rafik Chelli told media that gunman Seifeddine Rezgui was in Libya at the same time as the two men who orchestrated the March 2014 attacks on Tunisia's National Bardo Museum.
The teachers will fast for 19 hours on Friday, July 3rd. (Shutterstock)
06:00 GMT
In response to the overwhelming wave of Islamophobia in the UK, a small group of Welsh teachers are joining their Muslim students in fasting.
Khalil also performed in Cairo in 2012. (Google+)
05:30 GMT
Oumeima Khalil, accompanied by her musician husband Hani Siblini, is taking part in The Hayy Festival at AU, Downtown Cairo.
Facebook assumes that you like a viewed video, even if you do not like, share or comment on it. (File photo)
05:00 GMT
The social media site will now monitor your viewing and will offer to show you similar videos.
Mr. Harding is the second Australian national to die while fighting Daesh. (Image: Lions of Rojava Facebook)
05:00 GMT
Reece Harding died while fighting with the Lions of Rojava in Syria when he stepped on a landmine.
US airlines have accused three Gulf carriers of receiving $43B in subsidies over a decade. (Twitter)
05:00 GMT
Emirates President Tim Clark calls out the US carriers' methods of discrediting Emirates as 'surprising and repugnant'.
Experts estimate that 3D printing technology can cut the production time by 50-70 percent. (The Tech Bulletin)
05:00 GMT
The 'Office', interior furniture, and structural components will all be built using 3D technology and assembled within a few weeks in the heart of Dubai.
There is little room for waste in a small business. (Shutterstock)
05:00 GMT
Streamlining your hiring practices and smart advertising are easy ways to extend your budget.
When you go in for an interview, always make sure to check the status of employees around you. (Fotolia)
05:00 GMT
Is your future employer a bad boss? Here's what to look for before you sign that contract.
UEFA: Spain should drop action against Qatar 2022 date
03:19 GMT
Europe's ruling body UEFA has asked the Spanish football league LFP to stop its legal action against FIFA over the winter staging of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Fiorentina squad
02:31 GMT
Why Salah is the only star that Fiorentina should spend their money on this summer

June 30, 2015

President Obama addressed reporters from the East Room of the White House on Tuesday. (AFP/File)
19:25 GMT
As sides work to reach comprehensive deal, US president says that Iranian comments suggest Tehran may be straying from framework, and if so, he will walk away from negotiations.
The press follow Abbas Araghchi, Iran's chief negotiator, as he arrives in Vienna for talks (AFP/file)
19:06 GMT
Government censorship of one of the biggest events in Iran's recent history; the implications of a growing Saudi-Russian friendship; and a look at Ramadan's source of light, literally.
An earlier explosion from a car bomb on Monday killed Egypt's general prosecutor. (AFP/File)
18:37 GMT
Two explosive devices were detonated near a police station in Cairo's 6 October city.
Palestinian youth hurl stones towards Israeli soldiers at the Kalandia checkpoint, in the Israeli occupied West Bank, on November 19, 2012. (AFP/File)
18:00 GMT
The man attempted to run through Jerusalem's Kalandia checkpoint when he was shot by Israeli forces.
Iraqi army soldiers stand before a conference on fighting Daesh attended by Iraq's tribal leaders, militiamen and members of the government, at the Al-Asad air base, in Iraq's mainly Sunni Anbar province. (AFP/File)
17:00 GMT
Iraqi soldiers have retaken full control of Jebbeh near the city of Hit in Anbar province.
Gervinho
16:42 GMT
Gervinho has become the second big name after Luiz Adriano to talk himself out of a move to the Arabian Gulf League this week.
Aymen Abdennour
16:35 GMT
The 25-year-old's representative insists that the Monaco defender does not want to move to Serie A despite plenty of interest and reveals that West Ham are not in the running
Refugees who fled the fighting in Tal Abyad two weeks ago have been gradually returning to the border town. (AFP/File)
16:11 GMT
The Syrian Observatory for Human rights said a group of Daesh fighters had re-entered Tal Abyad and seized a district from Kurdish fighters.
Egyptians attend the funeral of Egyptian state prosecutor, Hisham Barakat, who died hours after a powerful explosion hit his convoy yesterday, at the Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi Mosque in the capital Cairo on June 30, 2015. (AFP/Khaled Desouki)
16:00 GMT
Egypt's top prosecutor Hisham Barakat died after succumbing to injuries sustained when his motorcade was bombed.
A crowd gathers around the rubble of buildings destroyed during a barrel bomb attack in the city of Aleppo in May 2015. (AFP/File)
15:52 GMT
Syrian army airstrikes kill at least 20, injure 80 others, according to humanitarian and local sources.
Stan Wawrinka
15:50 GMT
Despite winning two of the last six grand slams played, Stan Wawrinka refuses to consider himself a member of the tennis elite.
Etihad and Australia have had a commercial partnership since 2012. (Twitter)
15:01 GMT
The Abu Dhabi based carrier is extending its three year marketing deal to promote Australia within Europe in cooperation with its partner airlines.
Israeli army helicopters fly over the Mediterranean sea at sunset near the Israeli port city of Ashdod on June 29, 2015. Israel's navy halted a flotilla seeking to defy its blockade of Gaza without the deadly force that marred a similar attempt in 2010 and escorted one of the vessels to shore. (AFP/Menahem Kahana)
15:00 GMT
The Swedish Foreign Ministry responded the interception of the Gaza flotilla stating that Israel intervened in international waters.
Flydubai chief Ghaith al-Ghaith stands next to the government-owned low-cost carrier on Nov. 14, 2011, at the Dubai Airshow. (AFP/Karim Sahib)
15:00 GMT
Flydubai may be the second or third airline to get deliveries of the new aircraft after Southwest.
Firefighters and security forces gather at the scene of the attack in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier, June 28, 2015. (AFP/File)
14:56 GMT
France says investigators have uncovered links between the militant group Daesh and the recent attack on a gas plant.
US Secretary of State John Kerry (L) and US Under Secretary for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman (2ndL) wait at the start of a meeting with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif (2ndR) at the international discussion on nuclear policy in Vienna, Austria, on June 30, 2015. (AFP/Carlos Barria)
14:02 GMT
Diplomats at the international nuclear talks in Vienna said the deadline for the agreement with Iran has been pushed back to July 9.
Cardiff's Millenium Stadium (Picture courtesy of Wikipedia)
13:48 GMT
Cardiff's Millenium Stadium will host the 2017 Champions League final as the showcase match comes to Wales for the first time, the European ruling body UEFA said Tuesday.
US socialite Paris Hilton is suing Egyptian TV host Ramez Galal for putting her through a terrifying plane crash prank. (YouTube)
13:46 GMT
US socialite Paris Hilton is suing Egyptian TV host Ramez Galal for putting her through a terrifying plane crash prank.
Swedish boat the Marianne of Gothenburg (L), is escorted by an Israeli navy vessel as they enter the Israeli military port in the city of Ashdod on the Mediterranean shore on June 29, 2015. (AFP/Menahem Kahana)
13:37 GMT
Tunisia’s ex-president among those deported; Knesset member Basel Ghattas to face possible parliamentary measures.
Indonesian rescue personnel work at the scene of an Indonesian military C-130 Hercules aircraft crash in Medan on June 30, 2015. An Indonesian military transport plane crashed on June 30 shortly after take-off in a city on Sumatra island, exploding in a ball of flames in a residential area. (AFP/ATAR)
13:35 GMT
An Indonesia air force cargo plane carrying 12 crew members and 101 passengers crashed into a residential area in North Sumatra's provincial capital.
Security forces gather outside the Shiite al-Imam al-Sadeq mosque after it was targeted by a suicide bombing during Friday prayers, in Kuwait City, on June 26, 2015. (AFP/File)
13:08 GMT
Local media reported 60 suspects were arrested for militant connections.
Iranian liquid-fueled Shahab-3 Scud missiles test-fired in 2008. (AFP/File)
12:47 GMT
The kingdom denied rebel claims that a Scud missile had struck a military base.
Walmart issued an apology after the retail giant designed a cake with a Daesh flag. (AFP/Frederic J. Brown)
12:22 GMT
Walmart may want to look into some cultural sensitivity training.
Security forces outside the mosque in Kuwait City that was targeted by a suicide bomber on Friday, June 26th (AFP/file)
12:04 GMT
How substantial the connection between Friday's three attacks actually are; a clear rejection of terrorism from Tunisia; and a summary of what the Saudi Cables have revealed over recent weeks.
The Sadat station in Cairo was closed only two weeks after it was reopened. (AFP/File)
12:00 GMT
The station was closed only two weeks after it was reopened.
International tourists in Sousse gather around a memorial for the slain. (AFP/Fethi Nasri)
11:18 GMT
The massacre of foreign tourists in Sousse was a calculated attempt to destroy the biggest revenue earner and source of employment in Tunisia.
The social media giant is opening a new office in Johannesburg, only the second office in the entire Middle East and Africa. (AFP/File)
11:11 GMT
The social media giant has only one office located in the MENA region, in Dubai.
The tourism minister remained cautiously optimistic, recognising that the political impasse and the Syrian conflict threaten Lebanon's stability. (Shutterstock)
11:04 GMT
The country has witnessed a 25 percent increase in tourist numbers over the last nine months, in spite of recent attacks.
Over 3,000 people including 74 children have been executed by the militant group in the last 12 months. (AFP/File)
11:00 GMT
Two women along with their husbands were reportedly beheaded in Syria's Deir al-Zor province for carrying acts of "sorcery", according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
Malaysian Muslims arrive for prayers after breaking their fast at sunset during the holy Islamic month of Ramadan in Kuala Lumpur. (AFP/Manan Vatsyayana)
10:58 GMT
Malaysian Muslims arrive for prayers after breaking their fast at sunset during the holy Islamic month of Ramadan in Kuala Lumpur. (AFP/Manan Vatsyayana)
Lebanese security forces have continued to battle militants near the border with Syria in recent months. (AFP/File)
10:42 GMT
Lebanese security forces arrested eight Syrian men on suspicion of being affiliated with terrorist groups in the border towns of Labweh and Arsal.
The Omagine Project will incorporate cultural, heritage, entertainment and residential components. Yiti Beach, Muscat. (Shutterstock)
10:41 GMT
The ambitious complex will cover one million square meters of beachfront west of Muscat.
Hadid has got Australians counting down the days until summer's return in Seafolly's Summer 2015 swimwear campaign.  (Instagram)
10:33 GMT
American model Gigi Hadid has got Australians counting down the days until summer's return in Seafolly's Summer 2015 swimwear campaign.
Partner Communications will cease to use the Orange name within 24 months, the companies announced Tuesday. (AFP/Thomas Coex)
10:12 GMT
Partner Communications will cease to use the Orange name within 24 months, the companies announced Tuesday.
Israeli settlers were said to be driving through the north of the West Bank at the time of the shooting. (AFP/File)
10:00 GMT
Three Israeli settlers were injured in a shooting near the south of Nablus late Monday, the Israeli army confirmed.
British comedian John Oliver mocked CNN on his latest show. (Screenshot)
10:00 GMT
While CNN still hasn't commented on not being able to tell the difference between dildos and butt-plugs on a Daesh flag, British comedian John Oliver had to get his say on the matter.
While al-Qaeda claims to be fighting for the establishment of an Islamic State, Daesh purports to be one. (AFP/File)
09:57 GMT
While al-Qaeda claims to be fighting for the establishment of an Islamic State, Daesh purports to be one.
Teenage singer Hala Turk was involved in yet another 'photo scandal'! (Al Jaras Magazine)
09:31 GMT
Teenage singer Hala Turk was involved in yet another 'photo scandal'!
Mohamed bin Abdallah and Rafikhe Tayari are believed to have assisted Tunisian gunman Seifeddine Rezgui in his beach rampage. (Mirror)
09:30 GMT
Tunisian security forces launched a manhunt for two "dangerous terrorists" believed to be connected to the recent beach massacre.
"If you want to impress me, don't play it safe!" Naomi Campbell to her contestants on The Face. Consider yourself warned! (Hollywood Reporter)
09:30 GMT
Watch out Dubai, the British supermodel will unleash her tough-talking judgement on MENA designers in a new talent scouting event in October!
The Israeli prime minister said Monday that Israel is considering leaving the UN body after last week's UN Gaza report. (AFP/File)
09:00 GMT
The Israeli prime minister said Monday that Israel is considering leaving the UN body after last week's UN Gaza report.
Tel Aviv was ranked third for the most expensive beer in the world. (Shutterstock)
09:00 GMT
You might think twice about boozing around town in Tel Aviv after the capital was voted the third most expensive place in the world for beer.
Ehab Tawfik's doctor has ordered him to rest in bed until he is healthy again. (File photo)
08:55 GMT
Ehab Tawfik's doctor has ordered him to rest in bed until he is healthy again.
Employers make a statement by hiring a certain candidate; validate the decision. (Shutterstock)
08:50 GMT
Employers make a statement by hiring a certain candidate; validate the decision.
Afghan police inspect a suicide car bombing of the police chief's office in Lashkar Gah in Helmand province. Image used for illustrative purposes. (AFP/File)
08:38 GMT
The bomb follows a string of attacks since the Taliban began its spring offensive.
Kidnappings have been a common occurrence in the Bekaa Valley, an area known for hosting a large number of gangs. (AFP/File)
08:30 GMT
Kidnappings have been a common occurrence in the Bekaa Valley, an area known for hosting a large number of gangs.
The hoax involved 'Israeli' helicopters, uniformed officers and mock Israeli army base. (File photo)
08:30 GMT
The Syrian actor was 'kidnapped' from a cruise by 'Israeli forces' and interrogated at gunpoint, in the latest hoax stunt on Egyptian TV.
Apple is ready to give iPhones Force Touch, a feature that lets the phone know how hard its screen is being pressed. (AFP/Robyn Beck)
08:28 GMT
Apple is ready to give iPhones Force Touch, a feature that lets the phone know how hard its screen is being pressed.
Tourists on safari in Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania, second on the list for value against the dirham. (Shutterstock/Grigvovan)
08:26 GMT
Rio tops the list for a budget-conscious traveller, where the dirham's value increased by 35 percent over the Brazilian real.
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius walks with others during a break in a meeting with world powers seeking to pin down a nuclear deal with Iran at the Beau Rivage Palace Hotel, on March 31, 2015 in Lausanne. (AFP/Brendan Smialowski)
08:03 GMT
France is ready to travel to Tehran in the event of a signed nuclear agreement with the US.
A Muslim grave is graffitied with a swastika following the killing of British soldier Lee Rigby in England. (Daily Star)
08:00 GMT
Police in the English town of Nottingham have increased patrols in a Muslim cemetery after graves were vandalized in the wake of the Tunisia terror attack.