Missiles struck a medical centre in Syria's northern rebel-held province.
Oil prices have stabilized after Saudi Arabia and Kuwait signaled that a deal to extend oil production curbs was in the pipeline.
Nigerian activists urge UN and global powers to ratchet pressure on the Israeli government to lift the siege on Gaza.
April 22, 2017
Qatari racer Nasser Saleh Al Attiyah won Saturday the Qatar Cross-Country Rally, the fourth round of FIA Cross Country Rally World Cup, after the conclusion of the fifth round of the race.
In Yemen, people are not able to pay their rent, utilities and hospital bills or for groceries.
Inflation in Sudan jumped to almost 35 percent in March, its highest level since South Sudan's secession in 2011.
The Kuwaiti jet-ski world champion, Yousef Al-Abdulrazzaq, won the UAE marathon 2017 that concluded in Dubai marina on Saturday.
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies could be used to send funds in and out of Iran.
Former player of the Iran men’s national football team and Persian Gulf Pro League club Sepahan, Hadi Aghili, has bid farewell to his football playing career at the age of 36.
The average Iraqi civil servant worked only six months in 2016 with the rest of the year off.
The President of the UAE Football Association (UAE FA) has renewed his call to focus on the grassroots to elevate the standard of football in the country.
Egypt’s Court of Cassation on Sunday upheld an earlier ruling for Giza Criminal Court sentencing 11 members of Ultras White Knights to one year in prison for conspiring to kill MP Mortada Mansour, said the head of Zamalek Sports Club.
Jordan has rejected as “baseless” claims that it plans to deploy troops in neighbouring Syria in coordination with the US.
The Qatari nationals who were kidnapped in Iraq might be released in the coming 48 hours, quoting a negotiator close to the issue.
The president of Afghanistan is creating a tourism ministry in a bid to attract visitors to the country.
The attack took place at an army command centre a few kilometres from Mazar-e Sharif, the capital of Balkh province.
Iraqi forces launch fresh push against Daesh-held villages as part of months-old operation to retake areas in western Anbar province.
Campaigning for Iran's presidential elections scheduled for 19 May began on Friday, as "moderate" President Hassan Rouhani looks to defend his post from more conservative challengers.
US Secretary of Defense James Mattis on Friday said there was "no longer any doubt" that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime still has chemical weapons.
A lorry driver who has jumped red lights 11 times will be deported after serving a two-month sentence, a judge in Bahrain has ruled.
April 21, 2017
Qatar’s Nasser Saleh Al-Attiyah, Austria’s Matthias Walkner and Poland’s Rafal Sonik claimed victories in the third stage of the Qatar Cross-Country Rally...
Personalized workouts to prevent heart disease can be designed by a new digital instrument, according to a recent research.
The Frenchman, now coach at Barcelona's great Clasico rivals, had an early taste of La Pulga's skills as Madrid were destroyed 3-0 back in 2005
A 28-year-old man has been taken into custody after three explosions were let off prior to a Champions League meeting with Monaco on April 11
The evacuation of Syrian civilians and fighters from four besieged towns, part of a Qatari-mediated swap deal between the warring sides, resumed on Friday after a two-day halt.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said he would meet US counterpart Donald Trump in May, a month after he won a contested referendum that will tighten his grip on power.
French police have detained three family members of the attacker who was shot dead in Paris yesterday after killing a police officer on the Champs Elysees.
Former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, whose diatribes against the United States and Israel made him a polarizing figure, was barred Thursday from running again.
Foreigners will no longer be allowed to work in Saudi Arabia's numerous lavish shopping malls, the labour ministry announced Thursday, in the latest measure to boost employment among the kingdom's local population.
Daesh "the Islamic State extremist organization" claimed responsibility for the shooting death of a French policeman on Paris' Champs-Elysees on Thursday, three days before the first round of the country's presidential election.
Daesh-affilitated outlets have become active in Algeria's eastern mountainous region.
The group of settlers and soldiers set up outside Ofer prison, in the occupied West Bank, and grilled chicken and meat.
The 70-year-old won in a raffle at his bank, but he rejected it on religious grounds.
April 20, 2017
A survey of 1,122 American adults discovered that 69 percent approve of marijuana use by professional athletes.
On April 19th, Yazidis celebrate the New Year, the biggest gathering since their persecution by Daesh in 2014.
More than 100 sports associations, human rights organizations and faith based groups from 28 countries joined football champions, scholars...
Egyptian winger Ahmed Elmohamady said on Tuesday he is proud to be the first player to feature in 100 games for Hull City in the English Premier League.
Gabriele Del Grande, who writes for a blog and has made documentaries on human rights issues, says he has not been charged but has had his phone confiscated and been denied access to a lawyer.
Saudi Arabia's labor minister issued an order on Thursday to restrict employment in shopping malls to Saudi nationals.
Turkey's justice minister doesn't think much of attempts to oppose the result of the country's constitutional referendum.
'Suicide Squad' actor Will Smith is in talks with Disney to voice The Genie in the upcoming live-action remake of 'Aladdin'.
The IMF has raised its global growth forecast for this year but also warned protectionist policies could undermine a recovery.
It's all happening on May 6.
A Turkish-made torpedo will be unveiled at next month’s International Defense Industry Fair in Istanbul.
Aya Hijazi was acquitted of all charges on Sunday after spending three years in pre-trial detention.
The UAE is among the top nations in per capita waste generation in the world.
There are quite a few ways to revamp your office space, thus making the ambiance interesting and people high-spirited.
Human Rights Watch has said that rebels in Yemen are using landmines, despite them being banned under international law.
Yemenis have suffered more and more since the war in the country intensified two years ago.
The unthinkable happened.
Top tech firms say Trump travel ban makes it more difficult to attract talented employees, increases costs and makes it tougher to compete.
Rents in Bahrain are in free fall this year as a result of weaker economic conditions and real estate oversupply.
The suspect is accused 'promoting the ideologies of Daesh' by posting photos, videos and news about them on Facebook.
Edgardo Bauza, Ricardo Gareca and Reinaldo Rueda likely to be in the fray
City fans to watch FA Cup semis in numbers at Zayed Sports City.
The unstoppable force of Khalida Popal.
The mother of Hadar Goldin, killed by Hamas during the 2014 Gaza war, took Israel's Prime Minister to task for what she said were his failings.
Malek's new film is 'The Night Manager' gone psychological thriller.
Tiller son's statement bizarrely came hours after the State Department confirmed that Iran continue to comply with the terms of the nuclear deal.
The new coach of the Algerian national football team Lucas Alcaraz has engaged in a two-year contract with the Algerian Football Federation (FAF)...
Loved her look.
A new Tunisian-Libyan Bank agency with a capital of 100 million dinars ($43.4 million) was inaugurated in Monastir in Tunisia.
Both sides are disappearing political opponents in Yemen's brutal civil war.
Hurry up and get yours.
General Iraj Masjedi was formally the senior adviser to Major General Qassem Soleimani, who oversees Iranian operations in Iraq and Syria.
Around 1,500 people protested the outcome of Turkey's referendum in central Istanbul late Wednesday, the fourth night since the vote on expanding President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's powers.
US President Donald Trump will host Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Washington next month, the White House announced on Wednesday.
As Daesh "the Islamic State group" loses ground in its Iraqi "capital" of Mosul, residents are returning to some of their old pastimes that the extremists had outlawed.
April 19, 2017
In a move towards expanding sporting excellence for female athletes, the next edition of the Arab Women Sports Tournament is to feature karate alongside the event’s traditional eight sports.
Sporting apparel manufacturer Adidas apologized Tuesday after it sent customers an email congratulating them for "surviving" the Boston Marathon.
Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel held off a tremendous late charge from Mercedes rival Lewis Hamilton to win the Bahrain Grand Prix on Sunday and take the overall lead in the Formula One title race.
Local media also reported a few civilian casualties in the raid.
Legendary automobile racing driver Emerson Fittipaldi unveiled his dream track supercar 'Fittipaldi EF7' on the opening day of the Qatar Motor Show 2017 in Doha on Tuesday.
Real Madrid's French coach Zinedine Zidane waits prior the UEFA Champions League quarterfinal second leg football match Real Madrid vs FC Bayern Munich at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid, Spain, on April 18, 2017. Christof STACHE / AFP
Mohammed Abu Sakha, held without charge or trial by Israel, is one of 1500 prisoners on a mass hunger strike.
Turkish minister to OSCE, "You cannot come to Turkey and interfere in its politics."
The Arab Monetary Fund has released the April edition of the Arab Economic Outlook report.
We sure hope so!
Following the US attack on a Syrian government airbase earlier this month, many allies of the US will want to know how the Trump team intends to approach Syria.
He's a free man (kinda) but his lawyer wants him to keep away from the ladies.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said that although Iran is complying with the nuclear agreement, the Islamic republic is still a "leading state sponsor of terror."
Mike Tyson has announced that he has chosen Dubai for the official announcement of his new business venture.
When applying for jobs in an ever-competitive professional world, setting yourself apart from other job seekers can be a hard thing to achieve.
Mosque-goers in Mafraq stamp over posters of Shia clerics and burn Iranian flags at Friday prayers.
Claims she didn't marry Wissam al Mana for a multi-million divorce payout.
Prices are expected to decline even further in 2017.
Civilians from government-held Fuaa and Kafraya are again waiting at Rashideen, where a car bomb struck last week, killing over 100.
There are ways you can make your regular TV just as great as the latest smart TVs out there.
The experts have some pointers to get businesses in the GCC ready for VAT.
Lamyaa Alshehri, who lives in Pennsylvania, posted the conversation after a Twitter user bet that her father would 'beat her up' if she took off her hijab.
If parliament's term is not extended, parliamentary vacuum will threaten the work of the country's constitutional institutions.
The Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan Foundation said it has completed the largest concrete dam construction project in Somalia.
The event, known as "Carsama Sari Sali", is meant to commemorate the creation of the universe by the angels and celebrate nature and fertility.
Fatah's delegation visiting Gaza was tasked with taking steps toward forming a unity government with Hamas in Gaza and the West Bank.
PSA World Series Finals defending champion Gregory Gaultier is on track to retain the year-ending title in Dubai this June after winning the last qualifying event in Al Gouna, Egypt, at the weekend.
Saudi Arabia has announced it will launch over 30 solar and wind projects as part of a plan to cut its dependence on oil.
She thought she was channeling her inner Soad Hosny.
Opponents to the referendum have continued to protest, saying that blatant vote-rigging took place to swing the result.
The seven-year-old, who has become known as the 'Syrian Anne Frank' has been documenting her harrowing experiences in Aleppo and now as her family rebuilds their lives in Turkey.