August 28, 2015
The body was found with gunshot wounds to the abdomen on a road outside of a Sohag village.
The Frenchman has announced his candidacy for the Fifa presidential election but says that even if he fails, this term will be his final one at the head of Uefa
Air raids on military targets in the central city of Ibb killed ten total, officials said Friday.
Former world number one Rafael Nadal has reportedly refused to play with controversial Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios in a doubles match at John McEnroe's charity event.
A bomb detonated in eastern Baghdad on Friday in a suspicious car that had been taken to a police station.
The extremist group gave the men 80 to 100 lashes in the Hadramawt province.
Yemenis injured from the conflict seek treatment in Jordan and face difficulties when they don't carry the proper documents.
Inmates at the controversial prison said Thursday they will fast until they were provided with cold drinking water and fans for the hot summer heat.
A large crowd of demonstrators has once again taken to the streets of the Lebanese capital, Beirut, to express anger over the worsening garbage crisis in the Arab country.
Seventy-one people found dead in the back of a truck left on the side of an Austrian highway are believed to be Syrian asylum seekers and likely suffocated.
A student spat at a faculty member of Jadara University in Jordan during a graduation ceremony. The university plans to file a lawsuit against him.
The supporters of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) in Turkey have launched a rally in the city of Istanbul to protest against Ankara’s growing crackdown on Kurdish militants.
At least 40 people died and hundreds more were feared dead Thursday after a boat carrying migrants capsized off the coast of Libya.
A Pentagon official Thursday said Turkish jets will begin common-targeted airstrikes against Daesh militants in Syria "very soon," but declined to specify a set date.
A 63-year-old Turkish man had quite the scare last month when he accidentally drove his car onto the runway at Ankara airport.
The UN's nuclear watchdog said in a report Iran has constructed an addition to its nuclear facility in Parchin, raising speculation about explosive testing.
Ghalia Benali's upcoming concert will be part of the Citadel Festival for Music and Singing that continues until 31 August.
Bert van Marwijk has been named the new coach of Saudi Arabia.
August 27, 2015
The 28-year-old has picked up his first individual award of the season after being handed the prize after the Champions League group stage draw
Sources said the PKK made between $500 million and $2.5 billion a year from its drug trade.
Egypt's military court in Suez sentenced 40 defendants to up to 15 years in prison Thursday for charges of vandalism dating back to February.
A federal appeals court Wednesday ruled the families were allowed to go after financial claims for Iran-backed "terrorism."
Arsene Wenger's side will take on the Bundesliga champions while Manchester City take on Juventus and Chelsea face Jose Mourinho's former side Porto
Turkish security forces said two civilians were killed and several injured during an attack in the southeastern province of Sirnak by the Kurdistan Worker's Party in which a grenade launcher and long barreled weapons were used.
Salafist Sheikh Ahmad al-Assir on Thursday admitted to funding a militant group involved in armed clashes against the Lebanese military.
The Cabinet approved a number of bills in its session Thursday.
Ghada Abdel Razek fans have another reason to be shocked by the actress.
Russia said the industrial zone will be established in the Suez Canal area.
At least 11 deaths related to MERS have been recorded in Saudi Arabia since Sunday, leading to growing fears over a rapid spread of the virus during the upcoming Hajj season.
Usain Bolt cemented his super star status in the stadium where it all started seven years ago by reducing American rival Justin Gatlin to an also-ran with an impressive 200 metres victory for a record 10th world title.
Israeli media reports released last week reported plans for a palace built with government funding.
Rates of violence in Egypt soared in the week from August 14-20 despite the issuance of the country's controversial anti-terrorism law.
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Cairo Opera House will come alive on Monday, August 31st with some wicked sweet beats by Yehia Khalil.
Wolfsburg have not reached an agreement with Manchester City on the sale of Belgium international Kevin de Bruyne, the Bundesliga club's sports director Klaus Allofs said Thursday.
World number one Serena Williams has said that she would prefer to have the pressure of chasing history at the US Open, than of having the pressure of not winning the title.
Turkey said it will continue working with the United States to contribute to equipping and training Syrian rebels to fight against Daesh.
A ministry official said the prohibition will begin Sept. 1.
The UN relief agency inched toward closing the $100 million deficit but still faces restructuring that may cost employees their jobs.
More than 20 and as many as 50 dead bodies of asylum seekers were discovered in a truck on an Austrian motorway Thursday.
The Kurdish government said oil companies operating in northern Iraq will get help to endure the depressed oil economy.
Human Rights Watch urged the Saudi-led coalition battling Houthi rebels in Yemen to end their use of cluster munitions inside the war-torn country.
Germany's removal of a 2003 protocol this week is good news for asylum seekers, but it's just the first step.
As European tourists decline, the Maldives is turning its attention towards the GCC market, which accounted for only 2.9 percent of tourists in the last six months.
Israeli forces continued to restrict access to the Al-Aqsa compound for the forth consecutive day in order to allow settlers to visit the site.
Deregulation caused a spike in petrol prices last month, but the ministry of energy plans to reduce gas prices by 8 percent next month.
Due to security concerns and political instability, Turkey canceled a deal that allowed Libyans to travel to turkey without a visa.
Egyptians traveling to nine countries will need prior approval from the country's security agencies.
Airline was criticized heavily as having restrictive and discriminatory policies with regard to female staff, particularly newly married or pregnant cabin crew.
Human rights group Amnesty International called for a moratorium on the death penalty and condemned the kingdom for executing 175 people in one year alone.
A gradual tightening of Saudi Arabia's budget would still imply a double-digit deficit next year, according to Merrill Lynch.
Syrian and Jordanian children to premiere "Oliver Twist" in Arabic in Jordan next month.
With nearly 90 percent of regional economies being driven by SMEs, regional experts met in Amman to discuss challenges to stability and growth.
Spokesman Mohammad Momani said Jordan will also "start comprehensive operations against Daesh."
In a first for the industry, overseas workers can now redeem awards when sending money through the Xpress Money Rewards Program.
Australian national Hamdi Alqudsi could face at least seven years in jail after being accused of recruiting militants for Daesh in Syria.
The brother desperately called to the Indian external affairs minister on the social media platform to act.
Warring factions in the Syrian border region of Zabadani agreed on a two-day ceasefire following ongoing clashes.
Two Iraqi army generals, among others, were killed Thursday when a Daesh suicide bomber detonated his vehicle in the provincial capital of Ramadi.
According to a report by the London-based Arabic language newspaper Rai Al-youm, a senior Hamas figure has called upon Palestinian factions to meet and discuss the details of a possible truce with Israel.
The area was taken from Syrian rebels where the US and Turkey planned to launch an offensive against the militants.
While the Irish are known for being merry, you don't want to mess with this tourist who after being picked on by a bunch of Turkish shopkeepers, knocked a few of them out.
Dubai doesn't like reggae, it loves it!
Saudi-owned news agency SPA said the kingdom shot down a missile fired by the Houthis on Wednesday.
Palestinian officials said the ceasefire between rival factions remained in place despite the breach Wednesday night.
British national and Daesh computer hacker Junaid Hussain was reportedly killed by a US drone strike in Syria, military sources said.
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The village of Arabsalim knows how to manage its waste.
Egyptian trance duo Aly & Fila will host a spectacular trance show in Cairo in September.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Egyptian counterpart Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi called for a coalition to fight terrorism in the Middle East
Hold onto your valuables because Israeli soldiers reportedly stole money and jewelry from a Palestinian family during a predawn raid in Nablus.
An Israeli policeman was stabbed in the leg by a Palestinian near Damascus Gate Wednesday evening.
Gunmen disguised in Afghan military uniforms killed two NATO soldiers Wednesday in the country's Helmand province.
Protests in Lebanon continued Wednesday in solidarity for a severely injured protester.
Palestinian factions in Lebanon's Ain al-Hilweh refugee camp agreed on a ceasefire after weeks of violence between armed units.
Saudi Arabia requested the meeting in Egypt be rescheduled.
Special envoy to Libya Bernardino Leon said peace talks had come a long way but were in their "final stages".
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Israel's military carried out an attack Wednesday night in response to a rocket fired from the Gaza Strip earlier.
Former CNN host and iconic American celebrity Larry King visits Israel for the first time in 20 years.
Filipino boxing legend Manny Pacquiao will visit Dubai in November, according to reports.
Meet the foreign fighters joining the ranks of Kurdish militias in Syria; why we still need to stop calling Daesh "Islamic"; and young Gazans tell their own stories a year after Operation Protective Edge.
Rami Malek's popular hacker TV series "Mr. Robot" has postponed the release of its Season 1 finale over a 'graphic scene' similar to the real-life events of the Virginia shooting.
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A Saudi preacher who killed his five-year-old daughter in 2013 has been released after a court dropped sexual assault charges, further reducing his sentence to a mere three years.
The bodies of 40 asylum seekers were found in the hold of a troubled boat off the coast of the Mediterranean on Wednesday.
It's gonna be deliciously fun a this year's Taste of Abu Dhabi with this sweet line-up of celebrity chefs.
It's a kind of power no other makeshift weapon gives to the opposition.
The study said what we already instinctively know — working women are good for business.
One Egyptian American at Tel Aviv University changes the narrative of Israeli attitudes toward Arabs.
The country's import bill may decline for Lebanon's goods coming from China and Europe.
The farmers said it was the government's responsibility to help cover their living expenses.
The 52-year-old man was arrested at the Erez crossing years after Israel began issuing businessmen entry permits.
One out of five people planning to stay at Le Grey Hotel in Beirut canceled reservations due to street riots and security concerns.
An amendment in Egypt's tax law will be raising the income bracket for tax exemptions.
The Ministry of Interior urged UAE residents to use the electronic services to speed up the process.
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The Iranian government said the removal of sanctions will offset the budget deficit and help improve the country's foreign reserves.
The kingdom's stock market jumped 7.4 percent on Tuesday after several days of investors selling their shares.
Motorola's new smartphone enhanced some essential features, focusing on redefining the user experience.