July 24, 2015
Bani Yas have signed Argentinian striker Joaquin Larrivey from Spanish La Liga side Celta Vigo, the Abu Dhabi club confirmed on their Twitter account on Wednesday.
Shipments through the Port of Beirut in June 2015 increased by 81 percent compared with the same month last year.
Egypt is targeting a GDP growth rate of 4.5 to 4.7 percent in the first quarter of the fiscal year.
An eight-year-old boy was arrested by Israeli troops in an East Jerusalem neighborhood for allegedly throwing stones.
UN representative Nickolay Mladenov said support for the two-state solution between Israel and Palestine was "fading away", during a briefing with the UN Security Council.
A video has emerged of a female police officer slapping a man who reportedly molested a woman in Cairo.
Syrian troops and fighters of the Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah have made new gains in their battle to retake the strategic border town of Zabadani as more militants choose to surrender.
The Iranian Police have launched a citywide search for animals that escaped from a circus following floods in northern Iran, which killed more than a dozen people.
The United Nations special envoy to Syria has met with the Syrian foreign minister as part of diplomatic efforts to find a political solution to the four-year conflict gripping the Arab country.
Arsenal were keen to make the striker their marquee signing during the summer transfer window but the Frenchman remains happy at the Santiago Bernabeu
July 23, 2015
The Saudi Railways Organization has increased the frequency of trains between Riyadh and Dammam.
Bahrain's non-oil sectors outdid growth projections, expanding by five percent in the first quarter.
For the first time in the conflict, Iraq has deployed 3,000 troops trained by US-coalition forces in a campaign to seize the city of Ramadi form Daesh.
One Turkish soldier has been killed and at least one more wounded in the Kilis border region by gunfire which came from the Syrian side of the border.
Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah has confirmed that he is close to leaving English Premier League champions Chelsea, a few days after boss Jose Mourinho revealed there is no place for the Pharaohs star.
The Palestinian Minister of Housing and Public Works said reconstruction of the Gaza Strip started Tuesday.
A military officer and three soldiers were killed Thursday morning in an explosion which targeted a military vehicle.
Egypt's Suez Canal revenues continued to fall in June for the fourth consecutive month.
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Germany's tech giant won a major contract to construct three substations in Qatar.
After months of teasing her fans, Ayten Amer is finally hitched!
A senior Iranian government official said Tehran has successfully negotiated more than $2 billion worth of trade deals.
Chemical weapons were used by Daesh during the bitter battle for Syria's Hasakah. Here's what they looked like.
The US President makes his seventh and final appearance on The Daily Show prior to Jon Stewart's 'retirement' on August 6.
Michel Platini will delay any announcement on standing for the Fifa presidency until after this weekend's 2018 World Cup preliminary draw in St...
At least 33 civilians, including eight children and two women, were killed on Wednesday, after Syrian regime forces shelled a number of towns and villages under the control of the opposition.
A Turkish police officer was shot dead and a second wounded Thursday, security sources said.
Despite Houthi claims earlier in the day to the contrary, forces loyal to exiled president Hadi said they have full claim over Aden.
The award-winning star took Comic-Con by storm and talked about filming the upcoming comedy 'Rock the Kasbah'.
UAE consumers are hitting the shops over the next few days.
"We are very worried by reports that communities and families are being forced to look to [Daesh] for life-saving assistance," warned the UN's mission to Iraq.
The sale of 1,500 TOW 2A missiles to Lebanon has been allowed by the State Department.
Tourists are flocking to Lesbos, Greece, encouraged by a travel agency offering free extra luggage weight if participants bring donations for the growing numbers of asylum-seekers on the island.
Workers unload bags of food from a UN's World Food Programme ship docked in Yemen's devastated port city of Aden as it brings in desperately needed relief supplies after four months of fierce fighting between rebels and loyalist fighters.
Workers unload bags of food from a UN's World Food Programme ship docked in Yemen's devastated port city of Aden as it brings in desperately needed relief supplies after four months of fierce fighting between rebels and loyalist fighters. (AFP/STR)
Turkish police arrested three people Thursday over a shooting attack claimed by the banned Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) that left two officers dead.
Brazilian Samba icons Gilberto Gil and Caetano Veloso will be turning up the heat in their ' Two Friends, One Century of Music' concert next Tuesday
Authorities are looking into the option of a direct route to transport goods to Iraq after Baghdad's border closure.
The UN's Syria envoy Staffan de Mistura denounced Syria's use of imprecise, shrapnel-filled barrel bombs in the strategic Lebanese border town Zabadani, saying the bomb attacks took civilian lives.
Sony may need to address an issue before the price is worth all of its benefits.
After disturbing the peace with unending renovations, The Clooneys are miffing their neighbors again with plans to install 18 cameras on 18ft poles.
Following last week's landmark nuclear deal between Iran and world powers, the EU's Federica Mogherini plans to visit regional rivals Iran and Saudi Arabia.
The two pairs of Israeli men and women saw children born to their wives not more than 20 minutes apart Wednesday night.
A rough journey for migrants in the Balkans; diary of a Syrian girl; and one year in Iranian prison for Washington Post correspondent Jason Rezaian.
A security source said the death toll from a boat collision on the Nile rose to 21.
The furniture giant issued a safety warning for 27 million chests and dressers.
A White House spokesperson said Wednesday the US is in the "final stages" of planning to close the controversial military site at Guantanamo Bay, which houses 116 prisoners.
The Saudi comedian makes a public service announcement on Twitter warning people to beware of the new law affecting discrimination and hate speech.
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US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter landed in the Iraqi capital Thursday for talks with government and military officials on the fight against Daesh.
Syria has been named the most dangerous country in the world, according to the Global Peace Index.
A leading member of the Houthi's movement on Thursday claimed parts of Yemen's port city Aden remained in the hands of Houthi fighters.
Somali troops have seized the southern city of Bardera from the militant group after four days of fighting.
US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter and Saudi King Salman met Wednesday, reaffirming regional ties following last week's historical nuclear deal with Iran.
Tensions with the ethnic minority continue to rise as the war with Daesh rages on.
The Italian embassy announced it will partially resume its services next week, two weeks after a car bomb struck its building.
Lebanon will receive $450 million from an international donors conference in Kuwait.
Jordan is hosting two Gazan lion cubs that were transported earlier this month to receive proper care and sanctuary.
Here to answer your questions is Eyad al-Basheer, operations manager of a leading mobile game publishing company in the Arab world.
Neighbors say Israeli troops shot and killed a 50-year-old man after raiding his home to arrest his son.
Clowns, contortionists, fire eaters and sword swallowers join the madness of Chad Tyson's 'Bordel'!
Shad Agza took in LE12.5M in Egyptian box office sales over Eid weekend, followed by Ahmed Ezz's film which took in LE6M.
The ferryboat sunk in the Nile River in Giza on Wednesday, leaving 15 passengers dead.
The men teased a sniper with a bag popping out from behind a wall.
Palestinian prisoner Dirar Abu Sisi is still being held by Israeli authorities in solitary confinement since his detention began over four years ago.
Researchers in the UK have discovered fragments of the Quran that were radiocarbon dated to within 20 years or less of Muhammad’s death in 632, making it one of the oldest Islamic manuscripts on record.
Before and after satellite images of areas targeted by Saudi raids show what's left behind.
Almost half of the 457 people detained by Turkish authorities on the Turkish-Syrian border between January 1 and June 30 are Chinese nationals.
A document allegedly leaked from the Assad regime said 686 army soldiers from Assad's hometown are on the wanted list.
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Turns out, the World Economic Forum released a list of the worst greenhouse gas emitters and a heap of MENA countries top it
Despite talk that he is set to be appointed to the role, world football's chief governing body says the naming of a chair of its new taskforce is a "work in progress"
July 22, 2015
The US and Iran just struck a nuclear deal, but the numbers suggest most Americans are still pretty skeptical
Not everyone's happy about the new relations between the Islamic Republic and America.
Worldwide shipments of devices are expected to reach 2.5 billion units in 2015.
The number of Palestinian women in the labor force remains among the lowest in the world.
Deregulated fuel prices in the UAE left mixed reactions from the Emirates' residents.
The retail company paid the Muslim $25,000 to settle a lawsuit after it refused to hire a woman who wore a hijab.
Egypt's prosecution announced Wednesday it collected more than $1.5 billion in tax evasion cases and real estate.
The brother of an Iranian-American journalist in an Iranian prison made a public plea Wednesday for his brother's release on the first anniversary of his detention.
Myriam Fares channels her inner hippie onstage in Egypt
The low interest rate environment is also conducive to deal making, enabling cheaper borrowing to finance deals.
Israeli occupation authorities have allowed the entry of 500 trucks loaded with goods.
Rola Saad kicks back with kids and furry friends
Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri has blasted out at 'stupid' fans who booed the club's new signing Raheem Sterling on his stunning debut in the friendly tie against Rome in Melbourne.
At least 12 civilians, including four children and a pregnant woman, were killed and dozens wounded Wednesday.
It's been a two-year whirlwind for the Palestinian singer and it doesn't look like he's going to slow down any time soon!
An Egyptian criminal court sentenced Ahmed Nazif to five years in prison and ordered him to pay a $6.8 million fine.
Emirati film ‘From A to B’ and Lebanese film ‘Ghadi’ to feature at the Arab Film Festival, Australia
Headed down under? Check out the celebration of Arab films screening in Sydney (Aug 13-16), Melbourne (Aug 21-13) and Canberra (Aug 28-30).
Lebanese army intelligence Wednesday detained two Syrians and a Palestinian over the killing of a 7-year-old Syrian boy after his father refused to pay a ransom in exchange for his release.
Small-scale riots took place in the Mohandessin neighbourhood of Cairo on Tuesday night after a football match between Cairene arch-rivals Al-Ahly and Al-Zamalek, and eight fans were arrested.
The Israeli Civil Administration on Wednesday delivered five home demolition orders to the town of Jit in Qaliqliya.
Turkey’s Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) has claimed responsibility for the killing of two Turkish police officers, saying they were cooperating with Daesh, who recently killed over 30 people in a bomb attack in a Turkish border town.
Kataeb's party leader accused company Sukleen of blackmailing Lebanon to renew its own contract.
Iran and Germany discussed expanding banking cooperation.
A Saudi military plane loaded with arms for pro-government forces landed at Aden airport in Yemen Wednesday, marking the airport’s first arrival since the conflict escalated four months ago.
Fixing the disparity of pay starts with greater transparency.
Sometimes the best way to go is to indulge.
Turkish authorities have identified a 20-year-old Turkish man with reported links to Daesh as the individual who carried out the suicide bombing in the mainly Kurdish town of Suruc that killed 32 people.
Microsoft's CEO wants to ramp up the company's offering of apps for smartphones.