October 13, 2014
Reports had suggested the goalkeeper rejected the chance of a trial at Anfield ahead of a possible move, but Gines Carvajal has insisted such speculation is "false"
Over 30 foreign ministers attended the conference to pledge their monetary support for Gaza.
Thousands of men responded to a wealthy Saudi woman's tweet for marriage!
Discussing the trade behaviour, EGX noted that foreign and Arab investors were directed towards selling while Egyptian sought to buy
Stock markets in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates fell sharply on Sunday as declines on global bourses sparked a broad sell-off in the Gulf region.
Egypt’s agricultural exports to Russia have significantly increased and will increase further in the coming period.
Beyond the walls of a palace outside Casablanca owned by Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah, Moroccans are buying housing plots that one of the Middle East’s biggest construction firms will fold into a new mini-city
Turkey and her Internet Law are still far away from what could make Turkey achieve its ambitions in the 100th anniversary of the Republic in 2023.
October 12, 2014
The proposed power plant, which would cost anywhere between $3 billion and $4.5 billion, will generate between 2,500 and 3,500 megawatts (MW) of power.
The Manchester United captain's precise free-kick just beat a scrambling Sergei Pareiko to see Roy Hodgson's men pull three points clear at the top of Group E
Kurdish forces have stopped the advance of IS fighters in Syria's Kobani Sunday.
At least 21 people have been killed and many others wounded after tribal clashes broke out in the western region of Libya's capital city, Tripoli.
Turkey closed the border with Syria on Sunday leaving thousands of people who had fled Kobani stranded in a minefield in no-man’s-land on the border.
Lewis Hamilton claimed his fourth win a row with a commanding performance from the front in the inaugural Russian Grand Prix in Sochi Sunday.
Tunisia’s Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa has announced that his country has arrested some 1,500 militants as part of efforts to secure its transition to democracy.
On one hand, the Bahraini government is giving air support to fight ISIS and with the other they are slapping their own residents and torturing Americans; lawlessness in Libya; missing Iraqi cash found in Lebanon; and Kuwaitis fight in an airport.
Police fired tear gas at hundreds of protesters at Cairo's Azhar University Sunday for the second day in a row.
Leading Formula One drivers have reportedly backed a move to implement changes that include a virtual safety car plan in light of Marussia driver Jules Bianchi's accident that left him in a critical condition.
Madonna defends son Rocco's Instagram video reportedly showing Isis terrorist killing.
Officials in Iraq's Anbar province are calling for the U.S. to send ground troops into Iraq to help battle Islamic State militants.
Roger Federer claimed one of the few titles to have previously eluded him after he overcame a sluggish start to beat injured Frenchman Gilles Simon in the final of the Shanghai Masters on Sunday.
Arab Idol winner Mohammed Assaf released a video calling for the siege of Gaza to be lifted, garners more YouTube love.
American boxing legend Muhammad Ali's brother has revealed that the boxer who was once famous for his lightning speed and even faster tongue is now so ill that he can barely speak.
A social media account documenting the lives of Iran's purported rich youth has been shut down
A series of bomb attacks has left at least 26 people dead in Iraq, amid the deadly violence that rages on across the country.
Protesters mostly hailing from the Kurdish region in Syria took to the streets in Beirut Sunday to protest international handling of Kobani, particularly in Turkey, where the borders have been closed and government authorities have ignored UN urges to intervene in the border town.
Paris & Nicole Hilton chill out with Khloe Kardashian at the opening of Cle Dubai this week! (Image: Nydallynews.com)
Kurdish forces defending the Syrian border town of Kobani requested heightened airstrikes from the U.S.-led coalition. Despite strong defense, Kurdish fighters warn failed weapon requests and inaction from the Turkish government could mean the fall of Kobani to IS control.
Paris Hilton hit up the grand opening of the exclusive club Clé in Dubai.
It was sweet weekend for music lovers in the UAE. The Sandance festival went down again without a hitch as Rudimental, Clean Bandit, Empire of the Sun and De La Soul took the stage.
The "Sabaya Al Khair" presenter was accused of assault by her assistant director and now faces a court date on November 8th.
Sherine Abdel Wahab surprisingly revealed her age, but do you suppose she's telling the truth that she's...
At least 21 militants have been killed in Pakistan Air Force’s airstrikes on their hideouts in the country’s volatile northwestern tribal areas.
Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi opened the Gaza aid conference but highlighting the importance of new generations in Israel and Palestine in solving the problems facing the war-torn territory.
‘Killing Jesus’ cast announced and an Arab-American actor will be playing the role of Jesus Christ.
After being kidnapped by Islamic State militants following the siege of Mount SInjar, a 15-year-old Yazidi girl speaks out for the first time, tells of being sold to two different husbands and escaping each.
If you've never heard of OnePlus or Xiaomi then give yourself about a year- some of these could names be more in demand than Samsung or Apple; Arabs nixed for human rights awards; good news about Muslims.. finally; and lightening crashes in Jordan.
Word spread among locals that George Clooney and new wife Amal Alamuddin bought a £10m mansion in Berkshire.
An aircraft belonging to Iranian police forces has reportedly crashed in the southeastern city of Zahedan, leaving all seven people onboard dead.
How un-Islamic of Amal Alamuddin to bring doggies into her new home with her Hollywood hubby, but the Lebanese-born barrister gifted George Clooney with two cocker spaniels as a surprise wedding present.
The animated series on FX has quietly removed the fictional spy agency called ISIS from the show after the real militant group of the same name rose to the surface.
A third Lebanese soldier has reportedly defected to join IS ranks, adding to a feared surge of defectors following the recent IS and Nusra call for Sunni soldiers to leave posts and join extremist ranks.
Thousands of Kurds in Britain and across Europe protest against the ISIS attack on Kobane as Turkey stubbornly refuses to help the besieged town.
The Islamic State reportedly publicly executed a local Iraqi cameraman in northern Iraq on Friday, highlighting the dangers faced by both international and local media workers in Syria and Iraq.
International Lebanese Soprano and Pop Diva Tania Kassis spreads her message of peace around the globe.
US Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Cairo early on Sunday for a conference seeking to raise billions of dollars in aid donations to rebuild the Gaza Strip, which was left devastated after a 50-day war between Israel and Hamas.
America's plans to fight Islamic State are in ruins as the militant group's fighters come close to capturing Kobani and have inflicted a heavy defeat on the Iraqi army west of Baghdad.
This week includes exhibition openings, concerts, film screenings and ballet; here are the recommended culture events for the week in Cairo and Alexandria.
Iranian men work on a Peugeot 206 at the Iran Khodro auto plant
After defecting from the Lebanese Army and joining the al-Qaeda linked Nusra Front, a Lebanse man remains with the militant group as his family pleads for his return.
Victor Valdes' proposed deal to Liverpool seems to be OFF
The journey has been set for the clubs that have qualified for the FIFA Club World Cup Morocco 2014.
Bahrain Airport Company (BAC) said it has started the installation of new state-of-the-art passenger boarding bridges at the Bahrain International Airport (BIA).
As part of its bid the emirate has earmarked billions of dollars of infrastructure investment including an extension of the metro rail link, new hotels and roads.
At least one million vacancies must be created to tackle unemployment among Saudis and 300,000 jobs are needed annually to absorb new graduates entering the labor market,
The Sunni Muslim extremist group that has taken over the northern city of Mosul has a new source of income: real estate.
Several Muslim Brotherhood figures were given sentences of up to 15 years on charges of torturing an opponent protester.
Jews in Pittsburgh are in a pickle over a restaurant's Palestinian menu.
October 11, 2014
Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo is history's greatest-ever athlete and is worth €1 billion, according to his agent, Jorge Mendes.
Media reports said that the blasts occurred within minutes of one another.
Marussia driver Jules Bianchi's father Philippe has revealed that there has been no change in the Formula One racer's condition after his horrific crash during the Japanese Grand Prix.
An emotional Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton has revealed about his first brush with death as a nine-year-old kart racer as fears continued to grow about the fate of Marussia racer Jules Bianchi following his horror smash in Japanese Grand Prix .
Barcelona striker Luis Suarez made his first appearance for Uruguay since his biting ban, as he set up his country's goal in the 1-1 draw against Saudi Arabia.
Outgunned by the more heavily armed IS attackers, Kurdish defenders were facing IS advances from two directions.
Increased violence among rival groups in Libya has resulted in the displacement of an estimated 287,000 people.
On Tuesday, Scotland Yard arrested five people during an investigation into a suspected terror plot targeting London.
Armed militias have increased their presence across Iraq as part of local and national attempts to combat advancing ISIS fighters.
Co-Founder and board member of animals right group Animals Lebanon
The aunt of a missing 15-year-old schoolgirl who is thought to have been radicalised online before travelling to Syria says powerful jihadists are 'brainwashing' British teenagers through the internet.
The only Yazidi member of Iraq's parliament says, ""Only Yazidi women are kidnapped. We don't know, actually, why exactly the Yazidi women"; BBC maps need a rewrite; Congratulations, Malala! and a reviews of Frank.
Police have arrested several students in different governorates over the past few days, including 14 of the "Students Against the Coup" movement.
The Palestinian government plans to request a total of $4 billion in pledges from donor countries and organizations at the conference in Cairo.
Military posts were attacked by unidentified gunmen for the second day running.
Who says you need the latest technology to achieve results? Google Street View is now using a camel called Raffia to map the Liwa desert in Abu Dhabi.
Iraq's army killed nine militants from the Islamic State and destroyed an IS base in the northern Saladin province, according to security officials.
Despite threats from La Liga chiefs that separation from Spain would see them booted from the division, the Camp Nou club have signed a pact supporting the referendum
Think 1001 Arabian nights and we bring you 10 online porn findings relating to Middle East and Muslim users. See how the the region procrastinates with porn and brace yourselves for some unexpected hard truths.
October 10, 2014
The Netherlands international has now gone a number of weeks without pay and could be entitled to leave the club on a free transfer
A British-Iranian woman who was jailed in Tehran for watching a men's volleyball game has went on hunger strike after three months in prison.
Williams driver Felipe Massa has revealed that he considered quitting Formula One after Marussia driver Jules Bianchi's 160 miles-per-hour horror accident during the Japanese Grand Prix.
Spanish tennis ace Rafael Nadal's spokesperson has revealed that the world number two would continue a course of antibiotics in a bid to be fit for the remainder of the 2014 season as his recovery from appendicitis is going satisfactorily.
Portuguese football team captain Cristiano Ronaldo's agent has revealed that the forward would play out the rest of his career at Real Madrid, shunning reports of return to Manchester United.
A highlights video of a top Saudi football team's latest match reportedly went viral on the internet, because a woman was spotted in the crowd.
Hundreds of civilians trapped in Kobani could be executed by the Islamic State if the extremist group gains complete control of the border town, the UN warned.
Two bombs hit separate cities in the Nile Delta Friday, according to senior officials although no casualties were reported.
The U.S.-led coalition targeted Islamic State positions near Kobani overnight while the militant group still controls a third of the Kurdish town.
Pakistan's 17-year-old children's rights campaigner Malala Yousafzai has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize Friday.
Turkey's Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu rejected calls from the country's main opposition group to "put boots on the ground" in Kobani.
Masked gunmen in Lebanon's Tripoli attacked three army posts overnight, prompting soldiers to retaliate with gunfire, security sources said.
Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF) is asking around the community for cultural connoisseurs, philanthropists and visionary business leaders within the UAE to join the "Friends of the Festival".
A supporter of the "Nidaa Tounes"
Palestine's unity government headed from Gaza to Cairo for further talks following a successful visit to the Strip.
Like the #nomakeupselfie, #WakeUpCall is basically just another excuse to get crazy with the Instagram filter. You know, "for charity."
Security forces in Turkey continue to clash with protesters who are voicing their anger over the Turkish government's inaction in Kobani.
The Hilton heiress has made her way to the UAE.
With the World Cup just eight years away, the likelihood is that the market is only going to become bigger.
Growth in the Middle East and North Africa is forecasted to average 4.2 percent in 2015, the World Bank reported in its latest Middle East and North Africa Economic Monitor.
The feeding frenzy driving a flurry of new stock listings in the United Arab Emirates could scupper the market's nascent revival if companies float too soon and expose the fragility of overstretched investors.
It was the sixth consecutive slip in the index, which FAO said was the longest period of continuous falls since the late 1990s.
The Oct. 15-16 conference, the largest gathering of Iranian commercial officials in London for years, aims to attract capital which the country badly needs due to its isolation under international sanctions.