February 8, 2016
The Egyptian Sporting Club has defeated Jordan's Orthodox Club 48-47 after a very tough basketball match as part of the third Arab Women Sports Tournament...
According to the Syrian Network for Human Rights, some of the barrel bombs contained toxic gas.
The Ministry of Interior declared that fans will not be allowed to enter Borg El Arab Stadium in Alexandria for the face-off between arch-rivals Al-Ahly SC and Al-Zamalek SC on Tuesday.
Apparently there is an extensive Chechen spy network in Daesh controlled areas.
The results also confirmed that Regeni was not subject to any type of sexual abuse or assaults.
German Chancellor Merkel and Prime Minister of Turkey Davutoglu
Zamalek’s Ultras will commemorate at Fustat Park the one year anniversary of the stadium clashes and stampedes that killed 20 fans
The army chief officials discussed several issues including the fight against extremism in the region
Some 4,500 soldiers are expected to arrive at a military base near Makhmur, 70 km southeast of Mosul.
Presentations by top delegates and continental meetings of the 79th AIPS Congress (Association Internationale De La Presse Sportive or International Sports Press Association) start here Monday at the Doha Sheraton.
An Afghan National Army official said the helicopter made an emergency landing due to technical issues.
The Committee for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice apparently took issue with the dress-up gag.
Erdogan expressed anger at US support for Syrian Kurds and called on Washington to choose between Turkey and the PKK.
A Saudi committee is examining the possibility of removing the requirement of having a local partner in order to promote foreign direct investment.
Director Amr Arafa concludes shooting 'Men 30 Sana' Moqattam scenes.
Monday's session was adjourned until March 2 due to a lack of quorum.
Merkel travelled to Turkey to meet the Prime Minister and the President concerning cooperation over the influx of refugees into Turkey and Europe.
Enas el Dughaidi talks sex, porn and homosexuals!
The Syrian regime tightens its grip around rebel held Fallujah and Aleppo preparing for a costly and possibly lengthy siege.
The new facility will become the regional hub for the India-based company, the world's third largest producer of ductile iron pipes.
The capsizing of two boats in two separate incidents off the Turkish coast have cost 33 migrant lives.
The Iraqi Interior Ministry's spokesman said the "wall" would include an increased number of checkpoints around Baghdad.
With 90 percent market share, Dubai's Savant Data Systems is helping retailers understand footfall patterns to make the right business decisions.
A string of attacks in Iraq yesterday left ten dead.
Solving the tourism crisis in Sharm El-Sheikh requires unconventional solutions, such as a mega-mall, world-class stadium and an international theater, says the IDBE chairman.
AFP photographer Ozan Kose asks himself a difficult question when he finds a baby washed up on the Turkish coast; What to do when confrontation no longer works in the Middle East; Two taxi rides gave a small glimpse into some of the daily realities of Jerusalem’s Palestinian residents.
Londoner Alexanda Kotey revealed to be member of Daesh execution cell known as the Beatles.
Hundreds of people showed up at a meeting to debate the issue.
The World Government Summit will discuss the future of eight vital sectors for development, such as education, healthcare, labor, innovation and government action.
A Scud missile fired from Yemen missed its target after being intercepted by Saudi air defenses.
Israeli forces carried out overnight raids in Tulkarem on Monday, detaining at least 18 Palestinians.
Oman's government must dig deep to make up for the shortfall in revenue due to nose-diving oil prices.
Singers Sherine Abdel Wahab and Fares Karam support former singer-turned-jihadist Fadel Shaker.
A bomb attack on a army minibus in Balkh killed three soldiers and injured another 18.
The three horse carriage drivers were caught in a sting mission organized by a local website.
Plans for the new school follow the success of the Bahrain Academic Complex in Zaatari refugee camp, which teaches 9000 students a year.
The 'Great Vegas Circus' is coming to Abu Dhabi from March 8-11.
As part of a drive to foster more support for humantarian efforts for the Syrian crisis, King Abdullah invited the German President of the Bundestag to the Royal Court in Jordan.
The UAE's Musandam peninsula is the location of the latest survival courses from the famous outdoor adventurer's outfit.
How does the Italian PhD student's death parallel the ongoing struggles in Egypt?
Cut, stabbed, burned and his neck broken, a new autopsy reveals the tortuous last moments of Italian student Giulio Regeni.
The ICRC in Gaza closed on Sunday after Palestinian activists demonstrating outside turned violent.
Maya Nasri wished her husband of six years an emotional happy anniversary.
Prime Minister Trudeau wants a more holistic approach to the conflict with Daesh which means pulling its warplanes out of the US-led coalition.
With Lebanon's fiscal situation in a precarious state, the question over how a proposed gasoline tax should be funded is igniting debate.
Remote Abu Dhabi is a performance that turns the audience into performers on the streets of Abu Dhabi.
Empower yourself and get on the right track to achieve this year's career goals.
While the world is rejoicing at Beyonce's surprise release of a new music video titled 'Formation,' Arabs thought of 26 lessons they should learn from this new release.
Dubai designer creates first generation solar-powered Abaya; Three Israeli politicians me be bared from Knesset for meeting with families of "terrorists"; The 5 worst foreign policy moments of the GOP New Hampshire Debate.
New tenders include phase one of a $15B passenger and freight network and an estimated $2B expansion of Hamad International Airport.
A Nigerian man smuggled 80 capsules of cocaine in his intestines and was caught by special detection device.
Spain arrested people suspected of smuggling weapons under the guise of humanitarian aid.
Kuwait will not dismiss homosexual students from educational campuses.
The move follows deadly clashes in the West Bank village last week.
On Saturday, in opposition to Israel's settlement policies, the EU called on Israel to halt the demolition of Palestinian homes.
Saudi Arabia also plans to open an embassy in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad, following a 25-year hiatus.
Egypt's rejection of a 63,000-tonne shipment of French wheat has caused confusion among international suppliers regarding import standards.
The Denver Broncos stifled the high-scoring Carolina offense and capitalized on critical fumbles by Panthers quarterback Cam Newton to win 24-10 in Super Bowl 50 on Sunday night.
A UAE telecom company earned a total of $1.9 million by auctioning off exclusive phone numbers. But don't worry, proceeds will go to charity.
Conservationists in Jordan are calling on Parliamentarians to put the environment on their agenda.
Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Major General Igor Konashenkov responded to a statement from NATO which said that Russia’s military campaign in Syria was “undermining the efforts to find a political solution to the conflict.”
February 7, 2016
According to AFP, the wedding photographer wanted to show that "life is stronger than death."
A boon for cinema lovers, this week will offer many films by European and Latin directors, alongside theatre events, music, and many exhibitions. Check them out inside.
Egypt’s Health Minister Ahmed Emad Eddine said his country plans to end female circumcision by 2030
According to Israeli minister, Egyptian authorities flooded the tunnels between Gaza and Egypt at the request of the Tel Aviv regime. The two countries launched a campaign to destroy the tunnels and security cooperation is reportedly "at its best".
Qatar Airways Group employees, alongside their family members, are getting ready to celebrate this year’s Qatar National Sports Day at Al-Sadd Sports Club on Tuesday.
A documented 782 violations against journalists in Egypt have been carried out in the past year according to annual report published by Egypt's Press Syndicate.
A legal consultant admits he raped woman in Dubai.
Thousands of asylum seekers and migrants have lost their lives crossing by sea from Turkey to Greece aboard small inflatable boats like the ones seized.
The investigations are a response to allegations of abuse of detainees in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Germany's Marcel Kittel won the Tour of Dubai on Saturday after he outsprinted his rivals, claiming victory in the final fourth stage of the race.
Muhammad al-Qiq instead demanded an immediate release.
The second annual 'UAE Drones for Good' awards celebrates the application of civilian drones for improving lives.
Airstrikes dropped by an unidentified warplane killed at least four people including a woman and her child.
Check out the two divas in the same dress and tell us who wore it better.
The Saudi Badminton Committee (SBC), affiliated to the Saudi Arabian Olympic Committee, will be organizing a mega event here in cooperation with Evenlode Badminton Club (EBC), Dammam.
The Afghan government announced plans to hold talks with the Taliban this month.
The United Arab Emirates is ready to send ground troops to Syria in a US-led coalition, official says.
The athletics competitions of the Arab Women Sports Tournament 2016 (AWST) ended here Friday, while team events basketball, table tennis and volleyball are in progress.
Delegations from Palestine's rival political groups will meet in the Qatari capital on Sunday to discuss a reconciliation agreement.
Nada Al Naqbi, Manager of the Women Sports Department at Sharjah Ladies Club, SLC, has been selected as a member of the Executive Committee and Head of the Women's Committee at the Arab Basketball Union.
While some people have offered their support for LGBT+ rights in the Arab world, others have made it clear that they staunchly oppose it.
Police investigate Moroccan-born Israeli actor Moshe Ivgy after he is accused of sexual harassment.
Social media sources confirm reports of an earthquake felt near Petra.
Former interior minister Habib al-Adly and a dozen other officials have been banned by Egypt from travelling after facing "abuse of office" charges.
The Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage and the Saudi Wildlife Authority plan 20 ecotourism camps in the Empty Quarter (Rub’ Al Khali).
An Iraqi girl from an impoverished family searches through garbage for recyclable items at a waste dump on the outskirts of the shrine city of Najaf,
An Iraqi girl from an impoverished family searches through garbage for recyclable items at a waste dump on the outskirts of the shrine city of Najaf. (AFP/file)
Banking sector profitability will be hit by slowdowns in lending, limited earnings growth, and squeeze liquidity.
The on again, off again discussions between Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia resume in Khartoum to debate the technical reports from two French firms.
Didn't win an Oscar? That's OK because nominees will walk away with goody bags worth $200,000, which include a first-class trip to Israel.
Lebanese singer Myriam Fares has given birth to her first child.
The San Francisco-based company steps up its efforts to stop terrorism from spreading through its network.
These women are going the distance in defiance of their countries' patriarchal restrictions.
While telecommuting offers greater flexibility, make sure you are aware of all expenses or you could be losing money in the long run.
Israel is planning to build a new "prayer plaza" at Jerusalem's Western Wall. Jordan has condemned the plan, saying that it would violate the site’s Islamic heritage.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) reports that the Middle East airlines carried the highest percentage of international travelers in 2015.
The suspect has been identified as Sudanese national Kamil Hassan. Hassan allegedly stabbed an Israeli soldier at a bus station.
This week was full of omens that Syria in its already fractured and suffering condition should look forward to more misery.
According to Iraqi media, Shobaib Abu Majd al-Kanani, a Saudi-born commander, was killed along with eight other Daesh commanders in an airstrike.
A new Bank of America Merrill Lynch report suggests that OPEC will have to increase production considerably to keep up with lower outputs from non-cartel producers.