Humanitarian organization Save the Children warned against the closure of a major hospital in Sanaa due to a shortage of supplies.
Stars Nidal al Ahmadieh and Assala are at war... a Twitter war!
A Turkish delegation visited Israel Monday for the first time since the 2010 Mavi Marmara incident where nine activists were killed by the IDF.
Oman continues to increase spending on oil production despite calls for more diversity in Gulf funds.
A 13-year-old boy was killed by a roadside bomb blast in southeastern Turkey, according to local sources.
Palestinian protesters in the West Bank town of Beit Jala clashed with the IDF following Israel's decision to renew work on a controversial separation wall.
Emirati psychological thriller Zinzana goes to Texas film fest.
Both sides in Yemen's conflict braced for a large-scale battle in the central province of Marib, which is a key supply town for Houthi rebels.
Find could be one of the world's largest natural-gas discoveries.
At least ten civilians were killed and many others injured by government shelling and airstrikes in the Damascus suburb of Saqba.
Theeb gets new release date in Iraq's cinemas, the ninth Arab country to host the film.
Seriously AP? Amal Clooney is much more than just an "actor's wife"!
Health tourism is one of the fastest growing industries in the world, with $100B being spent a year.
Militant group Daesh is trying to rub it in the world's face about how much wealth it has accumulated. What better way than releasing an hour-long video? Ok, we get it, they have a lot of gold coins.
Eleven people were killed and hundreds others injured after a fire broke out in a housing complex belonging to Saudi oil company Aramco.
Daesh militants reportedly destroyed another temple in the besieged Syrian city of Palmyra, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
‘Time to love’ by Iranian filmmaker Alireza Raisian is set to be screened in different countries across Europe and North America.
Pope Francis called on people to help prevent crimes against refugees, days after the bodies of 71 Syrians were found at the back of a truck in Austria.
The US-led coalition against Daesh hasn't made much of an impact on the militant group, and with Turkey announcing joint airstrikes in Syria with America last week, it made matters worse.
Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas met Jordan's King Abdullah Sunday to discuss recent tensions between protesters and Israeli forces in the Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Forty percent of Egypt's exports are destined for Libya and Iraq; is the Islamic State imposing fees on Egyptian goods?
Whether its an low-key internal touch-base or high-level power session, here are some ways to make your next meeting more efficient.
A PKK attack in Turkey's southeastern Kayapinar district left two Turkey policemen dead in fresh violence between the Kurdish military group and Turkish security forces.
The World Bank said the lifting of sanctions will create a rush of resources for the country.
News emerges of an Iraqi army official's lay time when Mosul needed him most.
As the country gears up for a municiple election this December, only 16 women in the country have registered to vote so far.
Here's how Aly Amr Fathalah and Fadi Wassef Naguib put Egypt on the world trance map.
A survey by dating app Hinge claims that 63 percent of polled users were interested in relationships, against two percent wanting casual hook-ups.
Social media site makes a foray into the virtual assistant market with a feature that helps complete organizational tasks.
Financial disagreements can quickly lead to fractured relationships; especially if talking about money doesn't happen until there is a problem.
From 'migrants' to 'anchor babies,' the bigoted lexicon of migration; telling the stories of people seeking asylum on the Greek island of Kos; and an Afghan-American take on the Iran deal.
"Leading up to the election of the new President of FC Barcelona, there were loud demands to scrap Qatar Airways' sponsorship of the football club due to its alleged treatment of its female cabin crew."
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Almaz Ayana ran away from Genzebe Dibaba to deny her a rare double by winning the 5,000 metres world title in an Ethiopian podium sweep while...
Bahraini marathoner Eunice Jepkirui Kirwa won a bronze medal on Sunday in the world athletics...
Egypt's three year sentences for the Al Jazeera journalists sparked international outrage this week, prompting the reemergence of #FreeAJStaff.
Get to Abdoun in Jordan's capital city on Friday, 4 September to watch 63 teams compete in the Red Bull Soap Box Derby! Insane spectacle, music and sport - and it won't cost you a dinar!
Manchester City signed Belgium international Kevin de Bruyne from Wolfsburg Sunday for a Bundesliga record fee.
A Iranian Revolutionary Court handed ten year sentences to a pair of Iranians accused of spying for Israel and the US, in the most recent of a long list of similar cases.
There's a big, fat, Twitter controversy unfolding in Jordan.
World number eight Rafael Nadal has denied the report about him declining to play with controversial Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios in a doubles match of the charity event, saying that he was never asked to play with the bad boy.
Must be nice. Myriam Fares lookin' all kinds of relaxed on vacay.
The trailer is out for the TV show that digs into the fight against terror.
Assala is headed to Lebanon, and on her way she sent a tweet that's got Nidal Al Ahamadieh all kinds of angr.
Gigi Hadid admits she loves being on stage with her singing pal Taylor Swift.
Authorities speaking under anonymity told the Associated Press that Aden's head of security was shot dead while driving Sunday.
Undisclosed deal is a welcome development in a project that has been fraught with delays.
Not everyone in the US supports Turkish airstrikes against the PKK.
Former Al Ain superstar Asamoah Gyan has leapt to the defence of the Arabian Gulf League following implied criticism from his legendary compatriot Abedi Pele.
Actress Kinda Hanna was attacked by extremist social media users after it's become known that she's Christian.
Standard and Poor forecast slow growth for global sukuk and islamic financial services in light of declining oil revenues.
Public expenditure on the Aqaba development program between is expected to cost $162.6 million.
Deadly blaze at residential complex rented by Saudi oil giant Aramco began in the basement and was first spotted around 6am.
The death toll of two capsized boats off the Libyan coast Friday climbed higher as authorities discovered the 39 more African and Middle Eastern asylum seekers.
A drone, called "The Guardian", carrying a life preserver and flying above people at a public beach as it is tested to save swimmers in peril in Lebanon's southern port city of Sidon.
A drone, called "The Guardian". Carrying a life preserver and flying above people at a public beach as it is tested to save swimmers in peril in Lebanon's southern port city of Sidon. (AFP/Mahmoud Zayyat)
The new joint company will have locations in Riyadh and Jeddah.
The Egyptian foreign ministry summoned British ambassador John Casson over comments he made on press freedom in wake of the Al Jazeera verdict.
The Dubai company eyes expansion into Iran, Africa and Latin America.
Two people were killed and dozens others injured Sunday following a fire in the residential section of a Saudi oil company.
Daesh reportedly beheaded at least 39 fighters from its own ranks, according to to the UK-based Syrian Observatory.
Jordanian authorities are preparing to provide the infrastructure, with electric charging stations.
The fear of Islamists are far from rational.
A report found EgyptAir had accumulated billions in losses in the past three years.
In the face of the debate over nationalization of jobs, there are many capable, skilled Arabs, primarily Saudis, that are voluntarily choosing unemployment.
Myriam Fares celebrates her first wedding anniversary with Dany Mitri.
Saudi warplanes hit the Yemeni province of Hajjah Sunday killing over 30 people. The victims were reportedly working in a mineral water factory, according to local media.
Since Tunisian street vender Tarek al-Tayeb Mohamed Bouazizi set himself alight in 2011 sparking the Arab revolts, it was against corruption. Over the years, demonstrations have continued across the Middle East by why is corruption still never-ending?
Years of the slogan might soon be coming to and end.
A protest calling for massive parliamentary restructuring took a violent turn in Beirut Saturday, with demonstrators promising further escalation if the Lebanese government failed to respond.
Exiled Yemeni President Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi enlisted thousands of fighters to form new brigade in the country's south.
An Indiegogo campaign has raised almost $133,000 for a Palestinian refugee whose photo of him selling pens in Beirut went viral.
Canada, the UK, the US and human rights group Amnesty International have criticized the three year prison sentences at the journalists' retrial.
Hundreds of people were abducted in Iraq's western province of Anbar by Daesh militants, according to local media outlets.
The United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America have reportedly become the first nationwide union to join the boycott against Israel.
Amal Clooney lashes out at Egypt after Al-Jazeera journalists are imprisoned.
An Israeli soldier was injured near Hebron in the West Bank after being hit in a car-ramming incident.
Fathers are always overprotective but this Saudi dad refused to let an overweight man wed his daughter.
Activists have recreated the Palmyra experience with digital tools.
Saudi comedian Bader Saleh enjoys AD ahead of his live stand up performance.
Fourteen militants were killed in an airstrike by Pakistan's air force Saturday in the country's North Waziristan tribal region.
Over a dozen people believed to be foreign nationals were arrested in Turkey near the Syrian border for reportedly supporting Daesh.
Harrowing images of a 13-year-old Palestinian being held at gunpoint by an Israeli soldier have emerged. Luckily, the boy's family managed to free him from the grips of the coward soldier!
Three Bulgarians and an Afghan are being detained in Hungary following the discovery of the bodies of 59 men, 8 women and four children in the back of a lorry.
Five Palestinians continued a hunger strike in Israel's Negev jail to protest against being detained without trial or charge.
UK security services continued to search for a British mother and her four children, believed to be travelling to Syria.
One policeman in Bahrain was killed and several others injured in what the state's authorities called a "terrorist blast".
The Turaibil/Karameh crossing has been closed since mid-July over security concerns, adding to Jordanian exporters' woes.
Check out the list of awesome sauce cultural events to do in Cairo and Alexandria this week.
Thousands of Lebanese people gathered in Beirut on Saturday to protest against the worsening garbage crisis in the country.
Kosha Dillz is knockin' down anti-Semitism one rap song at a time.
Israeli-Arab woman's family alerted police of her departure to Turkey, but were unaware of her motivations.
Looking at your phone instead of paying attention in a social setting is not just an adolescent occupation; parents should check their own behavior and monitor their children's habits.
Egyptian designer Nada Kabil designs and hand colors white sneakers, drawing a unique design on each pair.
Five Iraqi army officers were killed on Saturday by a roadside bomb planted on the border between Iraq and Jordan, according to an Iraqi military source.
Goldgenie has announced that the Limited edition iPhone 6s in 24K Gold, Rose Gold and Platinum will be available for pre-order on August 31.
Lebanese and Arab banks are feeling the strain from high compliance costs, hampering their ability to properly finance regional economies, says union official.
Global market volatility requires a smart strategy to pick selective stocks.
Be selective about what you divulge at the office, especially in times of personal distress.
The 26-year-old has swapped Monaco for Mestalla mere days after his new club qualified for the Champions League at the expense of his former employers
Graphic artist takes on Lebanon's anti-government demonstrations; why the Middle East isn't done with mass protest movements; and Saudi Arabia targets bloggers and free speech in the GCC.