Reports of the 'demise' of the relation between Israel and US are false, the prime minister told Americans Monday.
Former Libyan general Khalifa Haftar was appointed as army commander for the country's internationally-recognized government.
Fifa's determination to stage the 2022 Qatar World Cup in November and December prompted outrage from Premier League clubs and football fans.
Thousands of Palestinians rallied in Khan Yunis and Gaza City on Sunday to protest Egypt's decision to list Hamas as a "terrorist organization.”
Juliana Down will open for the Thirty Seconds to Mars concert at the Dubai World Trade Center, but she'll be sharing the stage with someone. #MARSBattleoftheBands competition will determine which lucky group it will be!
Moroccan diva Loubna Abidar is suing against her director for sexual harassment and says she's not the first actress that has pressed him with these charges.
A Cairo court acquitted 12 minors arrested on charges of illegal protests on Jan. 25, marking the revolution's fourth anniversary.
A bomb exploded in downtown Cairo at the building of the High Court.
Daesh has allegedly executed four Sunni tribesmen as punishment for collaborating with the Iraqi government.
Egypt winger Mohamed Salah has expressed his delight after scoring the winner for Fiorentina in Sunday’s 1-0 victory against Inter Milan, hailing his teammates for the victory.
Najwa Karam wasn't too happy to see a snake on the Arabs Got Talent's stage last week.
A November start to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar would cause severe disruption to Japan’s domestic football schedule, the head of the J-League told AFP on Monday.
Policy negotiations with Europe are underway as Turkey pushes to be a part of the EU.
The third edition of the Dubai Desert Triathlon, to be held on the 13th March, has generated significant excitement within the triathlon and endurance horse riding communities in the United Arab Emirates and the Middle East.
Displaced Assyrians, who had fled their hometowns due to Islamic State Group attacks against their communities, take part in a prayer at the Ibrahim-al Khalil Melkite Greek Catholic church
Displaced Assyrians, who had fled their hometowns due to Islamic State Group (IS) attacks against their communities, take part in a prayer at the Ibrahim-al Khalil Melkite Greek Catholic church
Egyptian expats have been fleeing Libya by the thousands after Daesh released a video purportedly showing the mass execution of 21 Egyptian nationals.
Ever wondered what a Tamer Hosny lookalike looks like?
A Saudi diplomat was released after spending three years as an al-Qaeda hostage in Yemen.
Four Syrian refugees died in a fire on Monday in Jordan's Zaatari refugee camp.
The FIRST public picture of Nour el Sherif following his return from a long medical trip overseas. (Image: Al Jaras Magazine)
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May Hariri referred to her friends as "gay" in a hilarious photo caption on Instagram!
Egyptians respond to recent atrocities with a showcase of dance moves to the Daesh anthem, in a series of parody videos posted on YouTube. Drop it like it's hot!
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will inform US lawmakers of details on the nuclear deal between Iran and America, a senior official said.
Five people were arrested during a protest against the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), a well-known American pro-Israeli lobby.
UAE residents are in for a breakfast treat! Marking National Breakfast Day, hundreds of people will be given free food across the country.
The oud-playing Lebanese performer is in Muscat ready to play his best pieces with the Royal Oman Symphony Orchestra this week.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has landed in Washington, DC.
They make fun of everything, but did SNL go too far with the sketch of "50 Shades of Grey" actress Dakota Johnson playing daughter headed off to join Daesh?
On Monday Israeli forces arrested three nationals for selling raw weapon-making materials to Hamas in the Gaza Strip.
If sheeple happen to believe any words that comes out of Benjamin Netanyahu's mouth, whether that be at Congress, or during the elections, it's the same problems, just a different day.
Morocco reports six-fold spike in foreign filming in 2014.
A US drone strike in the Markha district of Shabwa in southern Yemen killed three suspected members of al-Qaeda.
The acquisition is the latest in a string of eye-catching European purchases for Qatar, which already owns London department store Harrods and top French football club Paris Saint-Germain,
According to the Saudi Gazette, expats commit approximately 54 crimes a day.
Here in the modern, multilingual Middle East, where many people in the major cities have a tenuous (or better) command of English, the opportunities for skewed communication go far beyond comic cab conversations.
Don’t Lebanese deserve to enjoy the same things that people in other countries take for granted?
The Iraqi army along with Shia militias have pushed Daesh out two areas within the city of Tikrit.
But first they’ll have to decide what 5G needs to do that the current, fourth generation of wireless networks can never offer.
I mean, could a lineup get any hotter?! Dubai was treated three nights in a row of wicked sweet tunes from James Blunt, Sting, John Legend, and many more amazing musicians.
Turkish Central Bank Governor Erdem Basci sought to calm jittery investors, appearing to dismiss rumors that he would resign and giving a brief lift to the lira currency after it tumbled to a record low.
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Daesh militants killed at least three Iraqi minors in Anbar Province Sunday, while three women were injured. Meanwhile, the country's military said it is preparing for a wide-scale operation in Tikrit.
US singer Alicia Keys shared another shot of her newborn son, whom she's had with her Muslim hubby Swizz Beatz.
Tunisian forces have enhanced their security presence along the entire border with Libya after Daesh released a video showing the beheading of 21 Egyptians.
Lebanon's army continued to clash with Syrian militants in the border town of Arsal Sunday after troops raided properties where jihadists were believed to be hiding.
"This is our war," King Abdullah said in an exclusive interview on CNN Sunday.
Iraqi forces have started a military operation against Daesh Takfiri militants Sunday to liberate the northern province.
Dubai is making its parks more environmentally friendly and has re-launched its first park run entirely on solar power.
The project will be privately funded by an "investor developer" and possible international partners and will cost $75 billion to $80 billion over 12 years.
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The Egyptian was on target again to defeat Inter at San Siro for the first time in 15 years and may be the secret weapon in the race for third in Serie A
The forward, on loan from Chelsea, continued his hot streak by scoring the only goal in Fiorentina's triumph over Roberto Mancini's men
A state-run news agency said a bomb was planted in an electricity transformer outside of the station Sunday.
The monitor said hundreds of Christian hostages are still in the hands of Daesh.
An official said the police patrol squad spotted a suspicious package placed under a car early Sunday.
German sports car manufacturer Porsche will celebrate the world premiere of two extreme sports cars at the 2015 Geneva International Motor Show.
This is a move many in the region will see as another sign of Tehran’s growing influence in the Arabian Peninsula’s poorest country.
The Israeli military conducted a surprise drill to test response times of its forces in case of a potential attack by Palestinians.
The government’s reserves and deposits with the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA) dropped at the end of January to SR1.39 trillion ($ 37 billion), the lowest level in 21 months.
Your CV might have the best content, but if it isn’t designed in a professional manner, it won’t grab the attention of the person reading it.
Egypt's army operations during February killed at least 173 militants and destroyed a large number of militant hideouts, armed forced said Sunday.
Onshore drilling is set to decline 20 per cent this year, resulting in the smallest annual production growth for six year at just one per cent, according to a report.
Iran said on Sunday that it is ready to cooperate with Google to facilitate its services in the Persian Gulf region.
The Hazm movement, a Syrian rebel group, has announced it is dissolving itself and joining a larger Islamist alliance.
The opportunities that online education tools provide in terms of student assessment, engagement and education outcomes was discussed at the recently concluded 2015 Global Education Forum in Dubai, UAE.
@22mosalah: What a fantastic game let's think about inter thanks god
During a recent meeting of football's lawmakers in Belfast, the video technology trials during competitive matches has been delayed for at least 12 months.
Opposition figures and militants in Syria have turned down a UN proposal to suspend fighting in the city of Aleppo.
George Wassouf's new wife Nada Zeidan finally confirms her pregnancy and addresses her step-son hate rumors!
The number of Syrians currently residing in Mafraq has reached 288,105, which is 88 percent higher the province's total population.
Seventeen people have been charged of forming a terror cell to carry out violent acts again security forces.
Eighty percent of shops in the West Bank have stopped carrying the products of six major Israeli food companies, according to a Palestinian activist.
A video of Egyptian superstar Sherine Abdel Wahab singing as a child has fallen into our hands, and you can watch it right here!
The eighth and current Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani, has hit back at corruption allegations that have been directed at the Gulf state's successful bid for the 2022 World Cup.
"Mourshidates" combat false prophets and radicalized Islam through their religious expertise. Using psychology and sociology practices, the female Imams guide straying Muslims to the right path.
Egypt's President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi will meet with Saudi Arabia's new king in Riyadh on a scheduled visit.
A push by three US airlines to curb competition from Gulf state carriers has exposed divisions over free trade with other powerful US aviation players.
The expatriate community costs Bahrain a total of BD344.292 million ($907 million) every year – a monthly average of BD28.910 million ($76.2 million), said a report.
The UN Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) announced that in the month of February at least 1,100 people have died in Iraq.
According to a survey by BodyRock in Canada, Lebanese penises are the fifth biggest in the world. This juicy finding shows if nothing else that Lebanese men are not just all talk no trousers!
Hadi's statements came during a speech he gave in the southern city of Aden, where he met tribal leaders and politicians from the southern provinces of Maarib, Al-Jawf and Al-Bayda.
He'll soon be in the Southern Hemisphere, but for now Ragheb Alama is enjoying the snow in Lebanon.
Celebrities Nadine Al Assad, Khalid El Sheikh and Hazem Sherif bring on the patriotism, love and peace at the Al Majaz Amphitheatre performance of "The Shadows".
The Syrian army has made advances in the southern part of the country, while al-Nusra Front has pushed US-backed militias out of a strategic northern military base.
Ragheb Alama has three gigs in the land down under, and his Southern Hemisphere fans couldn't be more excited.
Mohammed Assaf posts a cute nighttime selfie with a beautiful grand mosque in the background. (Image: Facebook)
Hmm, what was it that kept the Egyptian actress from showing to her own film premiere for "Al Dunia Maqlouba" (The World Upside Down).
Uh oh! Madeleine Matar was admitted to hospital last week, but she's back home now. (Image: Elfann.com)
Online learning for conflict-ridden communities in Libya; the Coptic Pope's alliance with Egypt's military; and politicians bringing Turkey back to its Ottoman days.
The ruling could postpone parliamentary polls set to start later in March.
Picture perfect: Alicia Keys and her Muslim hubby introduce their newborn baby with intimate family portrait
Alicia Keys introduces her adorable newborn son to the world.
Footage has emerged of the three British teens who went missing from London, on CCTV from a Turkish bus station in Istanbul hours after they'd fled the UK.
Over the weekend, followers of Mohamed Mounir were tweeting the star's hashtag on Twitter.
Ahmed Ezz and Zeina are still battling it out in court... at a very slow pace!
The International Football Association Board (IFAB) on Saturday decided against removing the so called triple punishment of players who were deemed to have denied a goalscoring opportunity.
When fascists protest, they want to protest big, right? Wrong! A mere 400 “PEGIDA ENGLAND” followers attended an racist march, but were outnumbered by a counter demonstration by hundreds.
In a modern financial sphere governed by the forces of innovation, diversity and progress, brokers and banking institutions can afford no room for the absence of Islamic Finance.
E-commerce is indisputably the battlefield upon which retail companies are duking it out to become the brands of the next decade.
While choosing from a plethora of credit cards in the market, consumers should choose one which supports their lifestyle and at the same time gives them the flexibility of using their reward points anywhere.
Jihadi John, who was recently revealed to be Mohammed Emwazi of the UK, is described by his former teacher as a "lovely" boy who struggled with anger management issues.
Special Episode ends Season 2 of El Beit show on a highly memorable note.