August 22, 2015
Jordan's King Abdullah on Thursday announced the new center that aims to provide specialized rescue and patient transfer services.
August 21, 2015
Wolfsburg have accepted a £50 million offer from Manchester City for playmaker Kevin De Bruyne, with the move set to be completed in the coming days.
Haji Mutaz was killed in a US airstrike Tuesday in northern Iraq.
Controversial tennis star Nick Kyrgios has hit back at Swiss player Stan Wawrinka over his remark that the 20-year-old had...
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced the second legislative elections will begin early.
Doctors Without Borders called on warring factions Friday to stop their attacks targeting civilians.
Esmail Mattar has been a household name of sorts in UAE football for well over a decade.
Turkey claims to have killed 771 suspected Kurdish militants with its operations against the PKK.
The structure was founded more than 1,500 years ago in a Syrian Christian neighborhood.
"I left no stone unturned in the search of my beloved son."
Thousands crossed between Egypt and the Gaza Strip using the Rafah border crossing during its temporary opening, an official said Friday.
Aden's port deputy director said the ship "signals the return of life" to the city.
The Kilis governorate said 14 of the suspects were foreign nationals.
Police secured a fence and tried to stop migrants from entering Greece.
Street artist Banksy has opened up a theme park in England, with many alternative messages. From the refugee crisis to Palestinian children killed in Gaza, artists from across the Middle East were featured in the project.
The Rafah crossing was closed by Egyptian authorities Friday after being open for four days to allow medical patients through, Gaza officials said.
One person was killed in Syria and seven others wounded following a retaliation airstrike by the Israeli army.
Iran's foreign ministry welcomed the UN's peace plan aimed at ending the four-year war in Syria.
Four police officers and 11 asylum seekers were injured during riots in the German town of Suhl after an Afghan national tore pages out of the Quran in a refugee center.
Israeli fighter jets bombed the province of Quneitra after four Syrian rockets reportedly hit northern Israel.
Mohammed Rayhan walked into his own funeral on the third day of his family mourning his presumed death.
Welad Rizk (The Sons of Rizk) is currently being screened in Egyptian cinemas. Although coming from the experienced and renowned team, the film fails to live up to their best work.
Five Palestinians including two minors were arrested by Israeli forces during a series of raids in the West Bank town of Kafr Qaddam.
American archaeologist Nicholas Reeves has been invited by Egypt's minister of antiquities to argue his theory that Nefertiti's remains lie in a secret chamber in Tutankhamun's tomb.
In a sign of further warming of international relations, Sisi will meet with Russian officials and company heads during his visit.
An intimate moment between UAE's Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed and the Indian prime minister will forever be captured by some epic memes.
A recent report gave cities around the world scores of liveability; guess which place ranked the worst.
For some Arab couples, thalassemia isn't just a disorder; it's a final hurdle to face before they're granted their marriage license.
Turkish giants Besiktas are plotting an audacious swoop for Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil.
August 20, 2015
The satellite TV channels will offer classes for students in all school subjects.
The airline is providing eight new pricing structures that give passengers more choices depending on the services they want.
A little dash of opera and a bit of pop jazz fused together, and Dubai has got an opera-pop performance that will rock your socks off on October 10.
Food imports and exports will be carefully examined at Middle East Airlines' new cargo center.
Byblos Bank said Lebanese residents still have low household confidence on the economy.
Leyla Bouzid directed the film "As I Open My Eyes", and now all eyes will be on it at the Toronto International Film Festival!
A report by the Central Bank of Jordan showed Jordanians' debt-to-income ratio jumped significantly last year.
The IDF released a statement on its Twitter account holding Syria and Iran responsible for the four rockets fired at the country by the Islamic Jihad group.
Officials between the two countries agreed to strengthen security cooperation at the Calais border crossing in northern France.
The start to the domestic football season has been jeopardised with Al Arouba pulling out of the Super Cup, the traditional curtain-raiser, on Wednesday.
Ten Egyptian crew members and 27 French tourists were rescued Thursday from their diving boat after they hit a coral reef.
Media reported Thursday a mediator began talking to the militants again about the release of the hostages two weeks ago.
The agreement would allow Egypt to get Saudi oil products and pay the kingdom back within a year.
Mohammed Allaan has ended a near-fatal hunger strike that lasted more than two months and is said to be improving after being brought out of a coma several days earlier.
Formula One is back from its mid-season break and leader Lewis Hamilton heads to this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix knowing Nico Rosberg and...
The company will provide supervision services for the UAE site's infrastructure design and construction.
The UK embassy will reopen in Tehran this weekend, four years after its closure following an attack on the compound during a protest in 2011.
The rockets were shot from Syria but caused no injuries.
Yishai Schlissel, the perpetrator of a brutal stabbing at a Jerusalem gay pride parade that left one girl dead, has been shown fit to stand trial following a court-ordered psychiatric evaluation.
The monitor said Thursday the UN has failed to implement resolutions that would protect the lives of Syrian civilians.
Israeli intelligence forces raided stores in the Yatma village near Nablus.
Bani Yas coach Luis Garcia has issued a rallying cry to his charges, urging them to achieve a better Arabian Gulf League position than last season and cup success in the new campaign.
Tuesday's strike targeted Houthi militiamen meeting in the same building as a teachers' union where educators were preparing for exams.
Government sources said the larger group of five at Sydney's airport were red-flagged and found to be carrying suspicious materials.
Nicole Saba gets excited about a photo shoot in the beautiful outdoors. (Facebook)
Four Hamas members are being held by a Daesh affiliate in the restive Sinai region after being kidnapped at gunpoint from a bus.
Usain Bolt threw himself onto a couch with a broad smile but that vanished when the Jamaican sprint superstar was quizzed about doping by the international media on Thursday.
Fun in the sun: Amal Maher has some fun by the seaside! (Facebook)
Two assailants shot Star Media Group Chairman Murat Sancak's car as he was travelling through Istanbul with his bodyguard.
Egyptian Ramy DJunkie has the music 80s kids love to listen to.
Foreign investors in Egypt's stock exchange continued to sell their shares and retreat on Wednesday.
The Pakistani military claims to have killed 43 suspected Taliban fighters on Tuesday, bringing the total to more than 160 fighters killed in five consecutive days of airstrikes.
The Islamic Republic wants to revive its share of the global oil market despite a slump in oil prices.
The announcement for Abu Dhabi's first Hindu temple had some Gulf residents up in arms.
The Lebanese army detained four Iraqi nationals after they were found to be traveling in a car with fake license plates.
At least 46 people in the kingdom contracted the respiratory syndrome in one of the largest hospitals in Riyadh.
Spandau Ballet drummer John Keeble fell ill, leading to multiple performance cancellations, but word is that the British group are stil on for their gig in the UAE next month!
Some 170,000 Israeli emails may be among millions in a massive trove of leaked information from the cheating website Ashley Madison's database, hacked by a group known as the Impact Team last month.
A Lod resident is accused of trying to sell secret information regarding IDF positions on the Egyptian border in exchange for a large sum of money.
Jennifer Aniston has signed a $5 million deal to appear in adverts for Emirates Airlines.
The Chuckle Club in Doha is going to make you laugh with top British comedians this September.
Latakia is protesting again.
Israel Medical Association chairman Dr. Leonid Eidelman Thursday condemned the force feeding of Palestinian inmates, calling it "torture".
While Islam, Christianity, and Judaism are the triad of True Faith, other native-born belief systems have also shaped the face of our region. Now those smaller faith systems have become some of the biggest casualties of modern war, some of them are nearing extinction. See our a quick snapshot of the Middle East’s minority religions.
Get a taste of expatriate life in Dubai through the new comedy series "DCity."
Daesh has claimed a car bomb attack on a Cairo courthouse Thursday morning that injured 29 people.
An Israeli cafe in India was accused of being racist for its "whites only" policy.
More than 3,000 migrants and refugees, many of whom fled violence in Syria, Libya and Eritrea, are camped out in a makeshift tent village in Calais waiting for a chance to cross to Britain.
Palestinian prisoner Mohammed Allah was temporarily released by Israeli authorities after the hunger striker suffered from brain damage and was hospitalized.
Following a string of armed attacks, Turkey's anti-terror division has arrested more than 40 people early Monday morning.
At least 30 people were killed in the Syrian southwestern town of Harasta after an explosion reportedly hit a hospital.
Hamas reportedly captured a dolphin used by the Israeli navy to attack its fighters, which was found to be carrying small arrows and a camera.
The political geography of oil and minorities in Saudi Arabia and Iran highlights a fault line in the Sunni-Shiite divide at the core of violent transition in the Middle East.
Both the EU and UN voiced concern over the IDF's destruction of Palestinian properties, which made over 100 people homeless.
Whoopsie! Who said karma isn't real? This silly man accidentally shot himself while guarding a "Muslim-free" bigoted gun store in the US!
According to Hamas officials, four Palestinians were taken from a bus passing through the restive Sinai region by unidentified gunmen. They had recently entered Egypt through the Rafah border crossing.
A group of Palestinian Christians clashed with Israeli police in the West Bank town of Beit Jala, following Israel's decision to expand the barrier wall.
At least six people were wounded Thursday after a bomb blast close to a state security building and courthouse in Cairo.
Fugitive President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi vowed to returned to the Yemeni city of Aden in September, according to sources.
The social networking service is releasing a new app that will help professionals learn more about their coworkers' skills.
Steve Maman has been nicknamed "the Jewish Schindler" by the press.
Tel Aviv and Gaza beaches a stark study in war and contrasts; on being a single lady in Egypt; and 62 years since Mossadegh's ouster in Iran.
Around 1,600 people have been arrested in counter-terrorism raids in Turkey since a deadly bombing in the southeastern border district of Suruc on July 20.
It's already hard enough separating work life with home life.
The green-friendly bus will make its first public appearance on Istanbul's roads Thursday.
The UAE is looking for emerging talent, and winners will win a gig at the Beats on the Beach 2015 as well as other perks.
Ten out of 12 consumers in the UAE still use cash over credit, according to a recent poll.
August 19, 2015
Ukraine's minister of economy and trade said he plans to make an official visit to Iran to discuss cooperation between the two countries.
The refugee schools will open on time thanks to donors that helped solve the UN's budgetary crisis.
Former athlete and British politian Sebastian Coe, who led the organising committee of London's 2012 Games, has been appointed as the president of world governing body for athletics.
Concerns over Muhammed Allaan's deteriorating state spurred Israel's high court to suspend his status as an administrative detainee after medical tests showed the Palestinian hunger striker had suffered brain damage.