August 25, 2015
Lawmakers in Iraq called on Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi to sever ties with the Islamic Da’wa Party and declare a state of emergency in the country.
Residents of Gardner, Louisiana alerted the sheriff last weekend of what they though might be "terror messages written in Arabic" on signs along a highway.
Tests for IQ, personality, aptitude and other tools are increasingly being used by employers to help hire the best candidates.
The latest home appliances let you be environmentally-friendly while saving money in the long run.
According to Turkish security sources, at least 814 suspected PKK militants have been killed in Turkey and Iraq since July 22.
Forget Daesh, war, and extremism - from Beirut to Baghdad, Arab youth's biggest complaint is incompetent government; 22 rude things you can get away with saying in Lebanon; and a new type of halal bacon comes from the most unlikely of sources.
Manchester United will continue their pursuit of Neymar and are hoping to negotiate a £240 million deal for the Brazilian. Neymar has a £130m buyout clause, while United expect to pay him £75m over five years. Source: The Sun
The game's governing body was rocked by allegations of bribery in May but the Swiss insists that both he and the sport are "clean"
August 24, 2015
With the Spanish giants unwavering in their desire to ward off Arsenal's interest, the Frenchman has finally spoken out against any possible summer transfer
Unidentified gunmen shot at a security patrol in the coastal Saudi city of Jeddah, injuring at least one officer.
Daesh militants have killed 51 Syrian soldiers in two separate attacks on Kweiris air base in the northern province of Aleppo this month, 40 of whom were officers.
Environment Minister Mohammed Machnouk on Monday said biddings for companies to manage the country's waste were completed.
Al-Bayt Stadium is one of five stadiums currently under construction for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
The petition calling for the arrest of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Nentanyahu is gaining momentum. The British government will have to debate the issue if the petition reaches 100,000 signatures.
A report by Democracy Index recorded 600 student expulsions and 1000 arrests that took place during more than 800 protests at universities across Egypt in the past academic year.
UNESCO has condemned Daesh's most recent attack on a Syrian World Heritage site, stating that the destruction of the Temple of Baal Shamin is considered a war crime in the eyes of international law.
The country has many faces in many, many wars.
Three suicide car bombs were used in an attack on an Iraqi military outpost in Anbar province that killed eight soldiers on Monday.
Manuel Pellegrini's men are the frontrunners to sign the Belgian, although Wolfsburg is hopeful of keeping him for two more years.
Wall Street and oil prices plummet in response to China's largest stock dive in eight years.
According to the Ministry of Health, hospitals in the Gaza Strip are on the verge of collapse and could stop operating at any minute.
With only one to two percent of sales being digital, there is still plenty of opportunity for growth before the region catches up with the global five percent average.
New amendments include tax relief for the wealthy and wider tax exemption income brackets.
Egyptian TV series "Tariqi" (My Road) to be screened on Columbian TV.
The Jet Airliner Crash Data Evaluation Centre (JADEC) have released their list of the world's ten safest airlines in 2014.
Zamalek coach fears player exhaustion due to short breaks between games
The eight Brotherhood Members, including a journalist and former member of parliament, were accused of complicity in violence that took place in 2013.
Media moghul ignores BDS requests and wears Israeli jewels on her O magazine cover. Is this a new trend?
Ahlam has just revealed who her favorite Arab singers are, and something we didn't know about this year's Arab Idol.
Talks between US and Turkey concluded on Sunday, and officials said the two countries will soon launch 'comprehensive' operations against Daesh militants in northern Syria in tandem with moderate Syrian rebels.
Hamas said Egypt will be held responsible for the lives of four of its members who were kidnapped by a Daesh affiliate Wednesday at gunpoint shortly after having entered Egypt from Gaza via the Rafah border crossing.
Witnesses said the 19-year-old man poured gasoline on himself near the Grand Serail in the southern city on Sunday.
Turkish security sources claim that suspected members of PKK have kidnapped 316 children, 88 of whom were girls, over the past two years.
Lebanon's International Security Forces said police detained 32 people after anti-government protests in downtown Beirut.
The airline launched a new flight route to another European destination on Monday.
Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said the UK must tread carefully in its new relationship with Iran, after visiting the Islamic Republic to reopen the British embassy in Tehran.
Kuwait's residents continued a boycott for its second day, calling for the reduction of "unreasonably" high fish prices.
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Dozens of policemen in northern Egypt protested for better incentives and occupational hazard compensation.
Lamitta Frangieh and her hubby enjoy elegant Cannes together.
Loving Nancy Ajram in red from her Ehmej concert last night.
What started as a cry to solve the garbage crisis ended up a symbol of Lebanese strength against government corruption.
Three people including one woman drowned after a boat carrying 73 refugees capsized en route to Greece, Turkish authorities said.
Carole Samaha and her hubby begin the final countdown until the arrival of their little bundle of joy. (Al Jaras Magazine)
Carole Samaha and her hubby begin the final countdown until the arrival of their little bundle of joy. (Al Jaras Magazine)
The embassy reopened four years after protesters stormed the residence.
Local staff working for UNRWA in Gaza staged a strike on the first day of school over lack of resources and funding.
Jordanian film "Theeb" lands in Iraqi cinemas on Thursday.
Two security personnel were killed and dozens of others injured after a bomb targeted a bus in Beheira, north of Cairo.
Jordan's border guards detained two people who tried to enter the country from Syria over the weekend.
Two Gulf countries advised their citizens on Monday to avoid traveling Lebanon as protests and police clashes intensify.
Clashes with police intensified Saturday on the second day of protests by thousands of Lebanese residents.
Hani Shaker and Hussein al Jassmi are among those honored with national awards on Morocco’s Youth Day.
Ultra-Orthodox Yishai Schlissal was charged with one count of premeditated murder and six counts of attempted murder.
Israel's security forces banned ten Jewish extremists from entering the West Bank as part of a crackdown against terrorist attacks.
The Clooneys and their besties Cindy Crawford and her hubby Rande Gerber hit Ibiza to celebrate the Spanish launch of their tequila brand.
Young Palestinian artists in the West Bank arranged their own version of the Hindu celebration of Holi by organising the Festival of Colors in Ramallah.
Hundreds of Palestinians protested against the further construction of Israel's separation wall in the West Bank town of Beit Jala near Bethlehem.
A woman who took five of her children to Syria and married a Daesh fighter has reportedly said she wants to return back to England.
The Lebanese group calling itself "You Strink" postponed further demonstrations Monday after a protester was killed.
Israeli authorities began construction on two Jewish settlements in the place of a destroyed Bedouin village in the Negev desert.
A recent survey of Dubai residents reflect extremes when in comes to uptake of insurance policies.
If it's love you want, it's love you'll get from the Emirates, Sean Finn!
World number one Serena Williams swept aside a spirited Simona Halep in straight sets to win her second successive Cincinnati Masters title.
Daesh on Sunday detonated explosives in the Temple of Baal Shamin.
Scandal-hit FIFA can never be dominated by one continent, outgoing president Sepp Blatter says.
Tunisia has been in a state of emergency since the attack on a Sousse beach resort killed 38 tourists in June.
In a very powerful statement, Al Jazeera said it would no longer use the word "migrant" to refer to people fleeing war and crossing the Mediterranean to enter Europe.
Even George Wassouf loves him some Myriam Klink.
The Italian coast guard said it saved 4,400 migrants over the past 24 hours from 22 boats off the European coast.
The PoloTech shirt will read vital signs that can be relayed to an iPhone app that tailors a workout for the wearer.
There was a mixed response to Jewish American reggae artist Matisyahu's controversial concert in Spain this weekend.
Egypt's hazy involvement in the Saudi-led coalition; Christian and Muslim Palestinians join in protest against the separation wall; and how Daesh is pushing Turks to rise against their government.
At least 500,000 people fleeing violence from the Iraqi province of Diyala were told to leave Kirkuk within one month by the city's council.
4500 year-old statue was stopped from export to a private buyer, but the ban is due to expire on 29 July.
Obviously very comfortable with her body, Gigi Hadid exhibited the phrase "If you've got it, flaunt it!" by sporting a revealing bodysuit en route to see T Swift.
A local turkish woman gathered 35 Syrian refugee children, took them to a restaurant, ordered food for all of them, and then disappeared.
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Haifa Wehbe, Ragheb Alama, and other stars have shown their support of the "You Stink" campaign by protesting themselves or expressing solidarity via social media.
According to Syrian state news, ten people were killed and 53 wounded in rebel shelling attacks on the Syrian capital of Damascus on Sunday.
If you want to attract top talent, make sure your company is also aiming high.
August 23, 2015
Roger Federer will return to second in the world rankings after winning his seventh trophy at the Cincinnati Masters on Sunday with a 7-6 (7/1), 6-3 defeat of Novak Djokovic in the final.
Iran introduced the Fateh-313 and declared it ready for mass production, despite some promises the country made just over a month ago.
Lebanon’s waste war escalated yesterday when anti-garbage demonstrators tried to pull down barricades and storm parliament in Beirut. Security forces responded with tear gas, water cannon and rubber bullets. The demonstrations began over the growing mountains of rubbish. Now leaders are also under fire for excessive use of force against protesters.
Reigning Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton extended his championship lead over team mate Nico Rosberg to 28 points after claiming a dominant victory at the Belgian Grand Prix on Sunday.
For the second day in a row, Lebanese security forces clashed with protesters during a rally organized by the "YouReek" campaign, firing tear gas canisters, rubber bullets, and water cannons on the crowd of thousands.
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Egypt's president discussed his infrastructure plans for the new city with the Council of Economic Development.
Thousands of customers from the online dating site were vulnerable to cyber attacks that revealed their private information.
Five people were acquitted on Sunday, after facing trial for the deadly violence that took place in a football stadium in the northeastern city of Port Said in February 2012.
An initiative to restore a rundown Jewish cemetery in southern Lebanon was funded anonymously by a New York-based member of the diaspora.
We all love us some Nancy Ajram, and now fans at Modhesh World will get a dose of the sweetheart songstress this Monday night!
The term gets more complicated the deeper into Syria you go.
The refinery stopped producing oil when a massive fire closed down its facilities.
Natalie Portman directed and co-starred in the upcoming film "A Tale of Love and Darkness", and now the Jewish star gives the story behind the story.
Daesh militants used suicide bombs and mortars in an attack that killed 17 Iraqi soldiers and six Sunni militiamen in Iraq's Anbar province on Sunday.
Iran's oil minister began negotiations with the British foreign secretary in Tehran.
It was an expected outcome on Friday - Fanja winning the Super Cup without kicking a ball
The 24th iteration of the festival gave props to five fine artists who left their mark on the music and opera scene to the sounds of Cairo Steps.
The Turkish military on Sunday said ten customs officials have been kidnapped by suspected PKK militants in Turkey's eastern Van province.
Police officers went on strike for the second day to demand better pay.