A Gaza fisherman was shot at and injured by Egyptian naval forces late Monday night, just hours after two other fishermen were shot by Israeli forces.
The Egyptian army announced on Tuesday that it has arrested over 6,000 people in the last seven months for attempting to "illegally migrate" within Egyptian borders.
Forces supporting the government have retaken a southern Yemeni city from Houthi rebels Tuesday.
The prime minister's willingness to negotiate with Palestinians on settlement blocs sparked backlash from right-wing officials.
Iraqi security forces announced a large military operation to drive out Daesh from Anbar and Salahuddin provinces.
Libyan tribal leaders began talks in Cairo during a four-day conference on preventing the spread of terrorism across the Middle East.
Security forces killed 12 suspected militants during raids on North Sinai cities late Monday, state news reported.
Egypt calls for boycott of Orange mobile; Saudi's priorities in regional conflicts; and a underground discovery in Alexandria.
Two-third of the population have been left without access to clean drinking water, a relief agency said Tuesday.
Vladimir Putin and David Cameron backed calls for the resumption of peace talks in Syria, in an attempt to end the four-year conflict.
The first Jordanian to earn a doctoral degree in Israel is producing peace through water.
The hit entertainment show ET Bil Arabi is now being filmed at its twofour54’s studios in Abu Dhabi.
Will Shakira be replacing mega-diva Christina Aguilera on The Voice USA?
Jordan's King Abdullah on Monday attended the official national celebration marking Independence Day.
Mohammed Assaf celebrated Jordan's 96th Independence Day with a special Facebook post.
The shooter in Tunisia on Monday killed seven soldiers before he was killed.
Obama's foreign policy "seems to be hinged more on reimagining old and tired foes than on addressing complex challenges."
Amal, whose husband George Clooney is friends with Vogue's editor, has set her sights on gracing the cover of the magazine,
Egyptian satirist makes us cry with a heartfelt tribute to his father.
Dimitri Seluk recently claimed the midfielder was "90 percent certain" to leave the Premier League this summer but now says he is "too important to let go."
The operation has declined by 13 percent, but the statistic still falls at 61 percent of women who have been married.
Sharif is said to be aware that he was an actor, but can no longer distinguish one film from another.
A rocket attack near the Iranian embassy violated international obligations for diplomatic immunity of embassy staff.
Algerian Minister Mohamed Issa warned against some 46,000 potential jihadi websites promoting Daesh militancy across the Middle East.
The officers were killed in an attack north of Garissa, Kenyan media reported Tuesday.
A Taliban militant killed five people and injured at least 70 others after driving an explosive-laden truck into a government building in southern Afghanistan.
A tad unjust? Roads were closed across the occupied West Bank causing huge traffic jams so Israeli settlers could have a bike race.
Jannah Hotels and Resorts look to capitalise on growing halal tourism market with their Burj Al Sarab hotel and plans for 30 more.
Speaker of the Palestinian Legislative Council, Abdul Aziz Duwaik, was handed down a 12-month prison sentence by an Israeli court for making a pro-Palestine speech.
Jordan says that the $310m grant from China's Hanergy company will go towards expanding the national grid and creating more renewable energy projects.
In a video Syrian rebels showed a tunnel packed with explosives for a major attack against Syrian government positions nearby.
There is a strong demand for English teachers in Dubai. Follow our guide to land your dream job!
Apple announces an update for its much-hyped smartwatch, just weeks after its release. Here is a run-through of key changes.
The Jordanian National Commission for Women on Sunday called for canceling a law that pardons rapists if they marry their victim.
100 business leaders from China are on a two-day visit to Bahrain in a bid to boost trade ties between the two countries.
Akamai Technology has released its top 10 list of countries for fastest internet connection speed. How does yours compare?
Baris Sulu of the Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) is the first gay man to run for a seat Turkey's parliament, in elections scheduled for June 7.
Iran scraps gas subsidies in an effort to curb smuggling.
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The meeting of the FIFA executive committee started Monday in Zurich with the bidding system for the 2026 World Cup and the so called triple punishment rule up for discussion.
After his thoughts on Amal Clooney, here's two more times David Starkey did something dumb this year
We give you some more MENA gaffes from the British historian.
Tunnel warfare isn't just for Palestine anymore.
The officer received the maximum sentence Sunday and may appeal within a period of 60 days.
Here's what Arab rumor mill's biggest catches.
One of football's greatest players made his name in the competition now known as the Europa League during Bordeaux's astonishing run from the Intertoto Cup to the final
Parades and displays of patriotism took place across the kingdom.
Hezbollah run-TV said the fighters captured two hilltops from al-Qaeda's Syrian wing and killed dozens of militants Monday.
The site was previously home to about 300 Syrian families who had fled the war.
Egypt's top prosecutor Monday referred the chairman of a newspaper to criminal court for "publishing false news" and illegally practicing journalism.
Heavy fighting broke out between the Taliban and Daesh in western Afghanistan, killing nearly 30 militants, the country's military said Monday.
Frenchman Paul Le Guen categorically stated on Monday that he has no intention to quit and he is here to stay as Oman national team coach.
Despite prohibitions, residents of Gaza just couldn't satisfy their craving for this mass-produced American fried chicken.
An explosion Monday killed four residents of Latakia, the coastal Syrian government stronghold - source of explosion unclear.
This time in Jerusalem's al-Aqsa mosque, tensions of a different kind boiled over, between Palestinian factions themselves.
Conflicting reports about the Latakia explosion make it unclear what struck the coastal city with clouds of orange smoke.
So far, next to no one drives an electric car.
The sorry state of Egypt's River Nile ; the bikers you don't expect to see in Dubai; and Kurdistan's stagnating economy.
The Egyptian army has destroyed 521 tunnel openings along the Gaza border in the last six months, said an army spokesman.
The Egyptian government plans to negotiate a $6 billion loan with the IMF to close the financing budget gap for the fiscal year.
Fighting erupted Monday on the outskirts of Arsal between Daesh and al-Nusra extremist groups.
Ryan Tedder and the boys of One Republic have arrived in Tel Aviv for a spot of tourism before their Thursday night concert. Stop and stare!
The Uefa chief believes the Swiss is only seeking re-election because he is afraid of walking away from a position he has held for 17 years
Shiites in Saudi Arabia's Eastern Province set up a mass funeral for the victims of the Daesh-claimed mosque attack - thousands are expected to attend.
Emiratis' visa-free access to the EU expected to boost property investment.
Political impasse in Lebanon and regional conflict are squeezing the retail sector.
"We didn't want to carry weapons and go shoot people. Violence was never the solution," says the band's drummer and lyricist.
The ban on women driving in Saudi Arabia is a minor issue compared to these laws.
TV host extraordinaire Ellen De Generes and partner Portia de Rossi were spotted on the town in Dubai last night.
Rumor has it that celebrity judges Najwa Karam and Nasser al Qasabi are leaving Arabs Got Talent.
Google Partners will pair local agencies with small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Saudi Arabia to help grow their businesses online.
Leading Brotherhood member Mohamed al-Falahgi died in prison Monday just one day before a scheduled retrial.
The Italy international has been buoyed by ending his six-month goal drought in the Rossoneri's much-needed win over Torino
Turkish foreign minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said Ankara and the US had agreed to provide air support to Syrian opposition forces Monday.
A cab company will start operating hybrid vehicles in the next three months under an agreement with the Amman municipality, the company's chairman said Sunday.
Six teenagers and two elderly Palestinians were among dozens arrested by Israeli forces outside the Al Aqsa compound in Jerusalem for protesting against right-wing settlers who toured the area.
People aren't the only casualties of war - three extremely rare ibis birds kept in Palmyra face extinction after their caretakers were forced to flee Daesh militants.
As youth unemployment runs rampant in the Middle East, more governments are attempting to address one of the underlying issues — women in the workforce.
A look at the Egyptian judicial system; striving for an education despite the Syrian conflict; unclear prospects for Saudi in Yemen.
Egyptian director Enas al Dughaidi shared a story about her first kiss on the TV show "Mafateeh."
A Gaza fisherman was shot and injured by Israeli forces off the coast of Beit Lahiya Monday, a Palestinian union said.
The soldier reportedly killed seven soldiers before he was shot dead Monday.
A group of taxi drivers in northern Lebanon weren't happy about the government's new, strict traffic fines.
Iran and Indonesia have reached a final agreement on building the small hydroelectric power plants in the archipelago.
On Friday, dramatic clashes took place between Syrian troops and rebels in the town of Jisr al-Shughur's National Hospital. Rumors began to circulate of victories and fails, but what really happened?
Monitor says Syrian air force conducted at least 15 airstrikes targeting Daesh positions in and around Palmyra Monday.
Taylor Swift wants to set Gigi Hadid up on a date after she split from her long-term boyfriend Cody Simpson.
The cost of shoring up public finances will be pushed onto people less able to afford it, the IMF said Sunday.
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi vowed to retake control of Ramadi from Daesh militants after the city was overrun by the terrorist group.
Moderate slowdown in remittances from overseas workers in the UAE to East Asia will hit the poor the hardest, according to the World Bank.
What a gentleman! X Factor Arabia judge Ragheb Alama helps Elissa down the stairs during the competition's Live shows. (Facebook)
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Layla Iskandar says that she is a "Lioness without a lion"!
An expert says a delay in interest rates won't change investment demand for the yellow metal.
Senior Yemeni politicians say UN-brokered peace talks set for the end of the month in Geneva have been postponed, no new date set.
An online rant is ruffling feathers in Saudi Arabia.
Many treat their LinkedIn photo like Facebook or other social network, but a different set of rules apply for the professional sphere.
Figures issued by the World Bank show 34.8 percent of Lebanese of ages 15 or older borrowed money in 2014.
The internet has erupted over speculation that Apple has accidentally revealed the new iPhone 6C on its product page.
Residents were evacuated after Saudi forces clashed with Houthi militias overnight Sunday on the Haradh border crossing.
Former Israeli prime minister Ehud Olmert was handed down an eight month prison sentence Monday after being convicted of fraud.
OPEC likely to resist price cuts and output, as US increases production and summer domestic needs absorb supply.