June 30, 2015
US socialite Paris Hilton is suing Egyptian TV host Ramez Galal for putting her through a terrifying plane crash prank.
Tunisia’s ex-president among those deported; Knesset member Basel Ghattas to face possible parliamentary measures.
An Indonesia air force cargo plane carrying 12 crew members and 101 passengers crashed into a residential area in North Sumatra's provincial capital.
Local media reported 60 suspects were arrested for militant connections.
The kingdom denied rebel claims that a Scud missile had struck a military base.
Walmart may want to look into some cultural sensitivity training.
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 station was closed only two weeks after it was reopened.
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 has only one office located in the MENA region, in Dubai.
The country has witnessed a 25 percent increase in tourist numbers over the last nine months, in spite of recent attacks.
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
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 arrested eight Syrian men on suspicion of being affiliated with terrorist groups in the border towns of Labweh and Arsal.
The ambitious complex will cover one million square meters of beachfront west of Muscat.
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.
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.
Three Israeli settlers were injured in a shooting near the south of Nablus late Monday, the Israeli army confirmed.
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'!
Tunisian security forces launched a manhunt for two "dangerous terrorists" believed to be connected to the recent beach massacre.
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.
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.
Employers make a statement by hiring a certain candidate; validate the decision.
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.
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.
Rio tops the list for a budget-conscious traveller, where the dirham's value increased by 35 percent over the Brazilian real.
France is ready to travel to Tehran in the event of a signed nuclear agreement with the US.
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.
Daesh claimed responsibility for targeting two Houthi leaders in Yemen's capital of Sanaa, leading to 28 people being killed.
The bipartisan bill conditions any free trade agreement with the European Union on its rejection of the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement (BDS).
The self-taught fashion guru receives the honor for his outstanding contribution to the fashion industry in Lebanon and around the world.
A woman from the UAE was handed down a death sentence Monday for stabbing an American kindergarten teacher to death in a shopping mall.
The East-West fusion singer brings her magical mix of music back again to Cairo!
The prime minister was "smuggled" into the hospital late at night for routine checkups.
World powers have "worked out a process that we believe will ensure that the IAEA has the access it needs" to all sites related to Iran's nuclear program.
Following a successful run in October of last year, the Iranian-American comedian is back for one night only!
At least 71 civilians have been killed and 90 injured since the beginning of Ramadan due to the repeated shelling of Fallujah city in Iraq’s western Anbar province
Fasting for over 15 hours a day during Ramadan could make the thought of exercising very daunting.
Representation from the Middle East may have been slim, but the pieces that did win will leave you in awe.
When the Israeli navy seized the flotilla's first ship, the European activists were ready to respond.
Anxiety over Iran's nuclear capacity has jumpstarted initiatives in countries across the region — here's a rundown of the state of nuclear power in the Middle East.
June 29, 2015
The club chief, Gultekin Gencer, says the club and the player have agreed personal terms and the deal will be official in the coming days
Each plant in Upper Egypt is expected to generate 143 GWh per year.
Jordan was said to be mulling the establishment of a humanitarian buffer zone in southern Syria to prevent the entrenchment of extremist militants along its border.
The 27-year-old Indian suspect faces charges of molestation in Dubai's Court of First Instance.
Mindful eating can be a challenge during the holy month.
Andy Murray has employed a psychiatrist as part of his efforts to rediscover how to "genuinely enjoy" playing competitive tennis, the star revealed ahead of the beginning of Wimbledon today.
Thailand welcomed about 650,000 Middle Eastern visitors in 2014.
One day before the self-imposed deadline, US Secretary of State John Kerry says it is still too soon to tell if a comprehensive nuclear deal with Iran is within reach.
An explosion targeted a truck in North Sinai on Monday, killing the director general for the North Sinai General Authority for Roads and Bridges and two other engineers, police sources said.
Why the relaxing of restrictions on Palestinians might not be simply for Ramadan; the Iranian press's confused response to the nuclear deal; and the best summer reads from Arab authors.
Here's a list for sports and exercises that could be practiced during the holy month of Ramadan
The Institute for Economics and Peace said dealing with Egypt's levels of violence cost the nation $62.5 billion in 2014.
The German Football League (DFL) decided Monday against joining a Spanish league legal action against FIFA over the winter staging of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Nine nations in the Middle East are founding members of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.
The two Islamists returned home and were received by their families at a ceremony Sunday.
People's bad moods can be contagious — but there are ways to counter them.
A second shelling by Houthi rebels in three days of a oil refinery in Yemen's Aden raised concerns over the large reserves of diesel and petrol stored there.
An Egyptian court will deliver its verdict of two Al Jazeera journalists charged with broadcasting false news next month.
Theme parks in Dubai are set to generate close to $5 billion in revenues by 2020.
Egypt's Prosecutor General, Hisham Barakat, has died following a bomb attack on his vehicle early Monday.
David Cameron on Monday criticized the use of the term "Islamic State" by the BBC when referring to Daesh.
The interior ministry said Tunisian authorities have arrested suspects for the shooting in Sousse that killed 39 people Friday.
Lots of generalizations lead to some pretty dumb questions.
Top seeds Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams are all geared up to stir conversations in southwest London as they will take on their respective challengers in the opening round of Wimbledon, which starts today.
A man walks past a Star of David decorating the door of a home in the Jewish quarter of the Egyptian capital, Cairo
A man walks past a Star of David decorating the door of a home in the Jewish quarter of the Egyptian capital, Cairo. (AFP/ Khaled Desouki)
Clashes erupted in the eastern city of Darnah between the Tobruk-backed army and the Mujahideen Shura Council militiamen.
Mariah Carey is reportedly going to visit a spiritual advisor in Israel with her boyfriend James Packer for a 'pre-engagement' meeting.
Egypt's General Prosecutor Hisham Barakat was injured when a bomb exploded behind a military academy in Heliopolis.
US pop diva Mariah Carey and her boyfriend Australian entrepreneur James Packer had dinner with Israeli PM Binyamin Netanyahu and his wife.
The fence running from the Gaza Strip to Eliat will be extended by 18 miles to the Jordanian border.
The drought that the Israeli government forces upon Palestine; how the youth have been left behind in Tunisia; and the battle over Morocco's languages.
UN World Food Programme (WFP) Ambassador Against Hunger, Tunisian actress Hend Sabry had one of her Ramadan Iftars with a Syrian refugee family in Jordan.
As for who is to blame for the excessive fatalities during this relentless heatwave, government workers are pointing fingers at one another.
Prime Minister David Cameron said Daesh militants were planning terrorist attacks in the UK, following the Tunisian massacre where some 15 British nationals were killed.
Syrian state news released a newsflash stating th army had "cleansed" militants from the southern district of Nashwa in the city.
Gigi Hadid and her celeb pals have jet-setted in to see Taylor Swift perform and live it up in London!
An Israeli soldier is said to be in "moderate" condition after being stabbed in the neck by a Palestinian woman Monday at a military checkpoint in Bethlehem.
Dubai Police are increasingly tackling sophisticated technology-assisted crimes.
A US official said the Iran nuclear talks would miss their June 30 target, while the Islamic Republic's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif headed home.
An audio recording has emerged purporting to be the voice of the Daesh militant who carried out a deadly mosque bombing in Kuwait.
Armenian belly dancer Safinaz married an Egyptian man in the hopes of granting herself the Egyptian residency.
The Umrah Plus program will allow foreign pilgrims to visit Saudi's tourist destinations beyond Mecca, Madinah and Jeddah.
One map shows the extent of the government's concerns.
The new ad also features Saudi football player Jamal Bajandouh and Haitham Zaki, son of Ahmad Zaki.
In a statement, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu referred to flotilla as "nothing but a display of hypocrisy."
Curb your duty-free spending on overpriced items with these tips.
Diana Karazon thanked everyone who asked about her before and after she underwent surgery.
US Dept of State official to mediate talks between Lebanon and Israel over disputed maritime zone and exploration of lucrative energy reserves.
Khader Adnan ended his hunger strike after 55 days upon reaching a deal with Israel for his release. According to his lawyer, he will be a free man in two weeks.
Aqsa Mahmood, who left Glasgow to join Daesh in Syria, wrote a chilling poem in support of the attacks in Tunisia, France and Kuwait.
Egyptian soap opera 'The Jewish Quarter' starring Menna Shalabi shows Muslims, Christians and Jews living alongside each other in a Cairo district.
Prince Al Waleed bin Talal has visited Hungary to strengthen partnership and investments between the two countries.