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This video screenshot shows a mass public execution of several dozen Syrian government soldiers in the ancient Roman theater of Syria's Palmyra, most likely soon after Daesh's May 21 takeover of the city.  (AFP/File)
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Daesh released a video Saturday showing a mass public execution of several dozen Syrian government soldiers in the ancient Roman theater of Syria's Palmyra.
Men demonstrate in support of Iran's nuclear program outside the Tehran Research Reactor in the Iranian capital, November 23 2014.  (AFP/Atta Kenare)
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IAEA chief Yukiya Amano said Saturday at Vienna talks that the international nuclear watchdog may issue an Iran nuclear program report by the end of the year.
Bassett cries after scoring an own goal in injury-time
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English defender Laura Bassett, who scored an own goal in injury-time in her side's semi-final clash with Japan, has said that she is heartbroken after crashing the team's hope of winning the Women's World Cup in Canada.
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Former Liverpool and Dutch international winger Ryan Babel said he was upbeat about his move to Al Ain, following his media introduction at the Hazza Bin Zayed Stadium late on Thursday.
Ahmad al-Marghani
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An Egyptian Premier League football team has suspended one of its top players for the rest of the season after he posted comments online critical of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi , media reports said.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, dressed in military garb, visited North Sinai Saturday days after a series of deadly Daesh-affiliated attacks targeted security forces in the province. (AFP/Mohamed Abdelmoaty)
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Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi visited North Sinai Saturday days after a series of deadly Daesh-affiliated attacks targeted security forces in the province.
Lionel Messi
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The Turkish side have just snapped up ex-Barcelona star Samuel Eto'o and intend to add his former team-mate to their squad one day
Tunisian President Beji Caid Essibsi declared on Saturday a state of emergency one week after 38 foreign tourists were killed at a beach resort in the country's worst-ever terror attack. (AFP/File)
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Tunisian President Beji Caid Essibsi declared on Saturday a state of emergency one week after 38 foreign tourists were killed at a beach resort in the country's worst-ever terror attack.
Two of the three London schoolgirls who left for Syria in a high-profile case earlier this year have wed Daesh militants, said the families' lawyer.  (British Met Police)
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Two of the three London schoolgirls who left for Syria in a high-profile case earlier this year have wed Daesh militants, says the families' lawyer.
A rebel Free Syrian Army fighter runs through a street in embattled Aleppo, November 18 2013.  (AFP/Mahmud al-Halabi)
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A rebel alliance on Saturday has seized a strategic Syrian military barracks in government-held western Aleppo as battles rage for full control of the city.
Children carry supplies handed out by UNICEF outside the Yemeni capital Sanaa. Heavy airstrikes and ground fighting across the country have made it extremely difficult for humanitarian aid to reach Yemen's civilians. (AFP/File)
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UN special envoy to Yemen Ismail Ould Cheickh has been discussing with Yemeni factions in recent days a possible humanitarian ceasefire, to last the remainder of Ramadan.
Did Paris really fake that freak out on the plane? (Fan Share)
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Rumor has it that Paris Hilton was in on Ramez' plane prank all along!
"We have never been closer to a lasting outcome," said Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif in a recent YouTube video.  As Tuesday's deadline looms ahead, senior diplomats in Vienna race to reach an Iran nuclear accord.  (AFP/Maxim Malinovsky)
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As Tuesday's deadline looms ahead, senior diplomats in Vienna race to reach an Iran nuclear accord.
Hezbollah fighters patrol the Qalamoun mountains, along Lebanon's border with Syria, May 20 1015.  (AFP/Joseph Eid)
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In an ongoing push for control along the Lebanese-Syrian border region, Hezbollah and Syrian army forces launched renewed attacks on the strategic border town Zabadani.
Opposition fighters undergo training in Syria. (AFP/File)
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Watchdog group says at least 31 al-Nusra front members were killed in an explosion while gathering for an iftar meal.
Locals search through the rubble after an airstrike in Sanaa's Old City.  Since late March, a Saudi-led coalition of Arab states has been conducting an air campaign against Houthi rebel positions in Yemen.  (AFP/Mohammed Huwais)
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Militiamen and locals say at least 16 people were killed in fresh Saudi-led airstrikes on Houthi positions in the Yemeni capital.
A hospital in Aleppo sits destroyed after a bombing, 2012.  As more and more hospitals are forced to close due to government barrel bomb attacks, Syrians have desperately limited options for healthcare.  (AFP/File)
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As more and more hospitals are forced to close due to government barrel bomb attacks, Syrians have desperately limited options for healthcare.
Gaza men sit in their apartment building, destroyed during the 2014 war between Hamas and Israel.  (AFP/File)
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The UNHRC adopted a UN report Friday saying both sides may have committed war crimes in last summer's Gaza war.
Protestors gather for an anti-government demonstration at Istanbul's Gezi Park, June 19 2013.  (AFP/File)
09:08 GMT
"More than just a park"; listen to this mixtape of 60's/70's-era Arabic funk; and how Iran reacts when a celebrity openly supports gay pride.
Supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi demonstrate in Cairo, July 4 2013.  (AFP/Mahmoud Khaled)
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After a turbulent week in Egypt, Muslim Brotherhood supporters accused Egypt security forces on Friday of shooting dead a protestor commemorating Mohamed Morsi's 2013 ouster.
Militants from Daesh's Sinai affiliate, known as Sinai Province, published an online statement Friday claiming responsibility for rockets fired into southern Israel earlier that day.  (AFP/File)
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Daesh's Egypt affiliate, known as Sinai Province, published an online statement Friday claiming responsibility for rockets fired into southern Israel earlier that day.
Loutfy also founded the Association of Egyptian Women Filmmakers. (Photo courtesy Loutfy's family/Ahram)
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The filmmaker helped create the New Cinema Group and made more than 20 films about Arabs and social struggle in the 1970s.
“Zionists, take responsibility: if your dream of an ethnocratic Israel is worth the murder of children, just f–king own it already,” tweeted Steven Salaita last year. (Courtesy: Center for Constitutional Rights)
06:15 GMT
The American University of Beirut has hired a professor who had a job offer rescinded last year from the University of Illinois for posting anti-Israel tweets.
One of the bombs exploded in a commercial street in eastern Baghdad. Image used for illustrative purposes. (Al Bawaba/File)
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Iraqi officials say eight people have been killed and over a dozen others wounded when three bomb attacks hit the capital, Baghdad, and the town of Madain to its southeast.
The rockets landed near Gaza in southern Israel. Image used for illustrative purposes. (AFP/File)
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Two rockets fired from Egypt’s restive Sinai Peninsula landed in an open area of Eshkol regional council in southern Israel on Friday. No casualties were reported.

July 3, 2015

"We are used to the sound of explosions but yesterday there were so many. We heard the blasts but because they were coming from everywhere we didn't know where the shells were falling," said one Syrian student of the fighting in Aleppo. Image used for illustrative purposes. (Al Bawaba/File)
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A new Islamist rebel alliance, including Al Qaeda's Syrian affiliate, was locked in a fierce battle Friday to seize government-held areas of Aleppo, the divided former economic capital.
The UN resolution called for "an end to the Israeli occupation that began in 1967." (Al Bawaba/File)
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The UN’s Human Rights Council on Friday stressed the urgency of ending the occupation of Palestinian territory and denounced Israel’s refusal to cooperate with an independent commission on last year’s Gaza conflict.
It's Japan versus USA again in final
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Four years ago, Japan caused a major upset in Women's football history, when they defeated one of the super powers in the game, USA, in the final to lift the World Cup.
Fifa headquarters
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The United States has demanded the extradition of seven FIFA officials detained in May setting off what could become a prolonged legal battle over the handling of the major corruption case.
Mohamed Salah
15:46 GMT
The Viola are adamant that they retain the right to buy the Egypt international but the winger's agent insists that he belongs to Chelsea
Saudi police officers stand guard. Image used for illustrative purposes. (Al Bawaba/File)
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At least three police officers have been killed and several others injured in an attack by unidentified armed men against a police station in Saudi Arabia’s western and most populous province of Mecca.
Nadal accepts his upset at the hands of dreadlocked Dustin
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Rafael Nadal could only accept his early Wimbledon loss at the hands of 102nd-ranked German qualifier Dustin Brown, with Spain's 10th seed admitting: "I am a good loser."
Deadly clashes between Egyptian forces and militants have continued in the aftermath of the attack. (AFP/File)
13:51 GMT
No less than 70 militants were killed in North Sinai by Egyptian security forces over the past 48 hours following a deadly attack by the Islamic State-affiliated Ansar Beit Al-Maqdis on the city of Sheikh Zuwied.
Tripoli residents display a flag at a rally in support of the Libya Dawn militia.  (AFP/File)
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UN mediators and Libyan parties have presented a tentative peace deal to the rival GNC government in Tripoli, hopes for approval in upcoming days.
The thieves held the two expats hostage while the pillaged the apartment for nearly four hours, says the victim. (Shutterstock)
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Three thieves entered a young woman's Weibdeh flat armed with knives and threatening to kill. However, the woman showed that expat women are not easy targets when she kicked his ass following the arrest!
Syrian-Kurdish refugee children in a camp near Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan.  (AFP/Safin Hamed)
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A UN report released Thursday urged the international community to address the growing problem of Syrian refugee child laborers, many of whom are exploited to support their families.
Opposition fighters from the al-Ezz bin Abdul Salam Brigade undergo training near the al-Turkman mountains in Syria's northern Latakia province.  (AFP/File)
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Amidst recruitment issues, US military is to send first round of "moderate" trainees into Syria in upcoming weeks.
Syrian government airstrikes bombarded Aleppo late Thursday and into Friday as Islamist rebel groups launched a major offensive to seize full control of the city.  (AFP/File)
09:46 GMT
Syrian government airstrikes bombarded Aleppo late Thursday and into Friday as Islamist rebel groups launched a major offensive to seize full control of the city.
Zachary Quinto and Chris Pine reprise their roles of Captain Kirk and Spock in 'Star Trek Beyond'. (IMDB)
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The producers of the latest Star Trek installment have confirmed that filming will take place in Canada and the UAE. LLAP!
Palestinian youths throw stones as they clash with IDF soldiers at Qalandiya checkpoint between Ramallah and Jerusalem.  (AFP/Abbas Momani)
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A senior IDF official shot and killed 17-year-old Muhammad al-Kasbeh near Qalandiya checkpoint Friday morning after the teen threw stones at his vehicle.
Iraqi fighters undergo training.Though the majority-Shiite popular mobilization forces have so far been instrumental in Iraq's fight against Daesh, U.S. officials say they've recruited around 6,000 Sunni tribesmen from Anbar province for training.  (AFP/Mohammed Sawf)
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Though the majority-Shiite popular mobilization forces have so far been instrumental in Iraq's fight against Daesh, U.S. officials say they've recruited 6,000 Sunni tribesmen from Anbar province for training at a base outside Ramadi.
The IDF ordered the closure of Israel's Highway 12 starting Friday morning. (AFP/File)
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The IDF ordered the closure of Israel's Highway 12 starting Friday morning.
Pentagon officials said the militant, Tarik bin Tahar al-Awni al-Harzi, had been transporting and supplying weapons for Daesh, as well has helping fighters enter Syria from Turkey.  He was killed June 16 near Syria's border with Iraq.  (AFP/File)
06:46 GMT
Pentagon officials said the militant, Tarik bin Tahar al-Awni al-Harzi, had been transporting and supplying weapons for Daesh, as well has helping fighters enter Syria from Turkey.
The Syrian regime has been heavily criticized for its use of "barrel bombs," explosive barrels that are dropped from helicopters. (AFP/File)
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The Syrian Ambassador on Thursday rejected a UN report condemning Syria's use of barrel bombs in the conflict.
A crowd surveys the damage by a bombing of a Shiite mosque in Saudi Arabia in February. (AFP/File)
05:30 GMT
A new resolution adopted by the UN states that any act of terrorism cannot be associated with any religion, nationality, or civilization.
Maj. Gen. Yoav Mordechai made the statements an the al-Jazeera news network. (Twitter)
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Officials from the IDF said they had evidence linking Hamas to the Daesh-affiliate group that attacked Egyptian soldiers on Wednesday.

July 2, 2015

Al-Ahly squad
22:53 GMT
The long historical conflict between Al-Ahly and Zamalek football clubs, whether over local or continental tournaments, or even in other games, is still ongoing.
Arda Turan
20:23 GMT
Atletico Madrid winger Arda Turan has moved to deny reports he has already agreed to join Barcelona.
Daesh controls one-fifth of Iraq's 10,000 world-renowned historical sites. (AFP/File)
17:55 GMT
UNESCO head Irina Bokova met with experts in London to discuss the extent of looting of ancient sites by the Daesh group.
A man walks past a the scene of a bombing after at least 20 people were killed when a young female suicide bomber detonated her explosives at a bus station in Maiduguri, northeast Nigeria, on June 22, 2015 (AFP/File)
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Witnesses told AFP said Boko Haram killed at least 97 in an attack in a northeastern Nigerian village on Wednesday.
Muslims working at the hotel formed a human shield to protect tourists. (Sky News)
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Muslims working at the hotel formed a human shield to protect tourists.
Hisham Barakat was dies after a car bomb attack on his convoy in Cairo on Monday. (AFP/File)
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Acting Prosecutor-General Ali Omran has issued a media gag order that will apply to audio, video, and print media, as well as internet sites.
A man in Finland is trying out Islam during the holy month, and his tweets are getting a lot of attention. (AFP/File)
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A man in Finland is trying out Islam during the holy month, and his tweets are getting a lot of attention.
Japanese journalist Kenji Goto was one of 71 journalists killed in the first six months of 2015. (AFP/File)
14:41 GMT
War in the Middle East is being blamed for a seven percent rise in the number of journalists killed in the first six months of this year.
Amr Diab's all about diversification! (Dream Box Sat)
14:30 GMT
Amr Diab ads everywhere - is it a case of too much of a good thing?
Sepp Blatter
14:10 GMT
Sepp Blatter, the outgoing Fifa president, has insisted he has a clean conscience and that anyone who calls him corrupt should be sent to prison.
Egyptian troops patrol a street in the divided border town of Rafah, along the border with the Gaza Strip, on November 4, 2014. (AFP/File Mohamed el-Sherbeny)
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Egyptian security forces continued to pound militant targets in the north Sinai region following Wednesday's coordinated attack of checkpoints by Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis.
Majid Bougherra
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Fujairah’s Algerian defender Majid Bougherra said the dream of ending his career at Glasgow Rangers is still alive despite reports on the contrary.
A Syrian refugee girl stands in a building in Syrian Kurdish city of Amuda, after running away from clashes between regime forces and the Islamic State group. (AFP/Uygar Onder Simsek)
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A Syrian refugee girl stands in a building on June 27, 2015 in Syrian Kurdish city of Amuda, after running away from clashes between regime forces and the Islamic State group. (AFP/Uygar Onder Simsek)
The Syrian army took control of Palmyra's only hospital in May, while other hospitals in the country were forced to close. (AFP/Leon Neal)
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The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said airstrikes in Daraa on Wednesday killed at least 18 people.
Tunisian police forces stand guard in Tunis. (AFP/File)
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The search continues to find those responsible for the Sousse beach attacks which left 38 tourists dead.
Nancy will be performing at the Modhesh World Stage on 24 August. (Instagram)
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Dubai Summer Surprises kicks off on July 23 for 45 days of kid-friendly activities and celeb appearances.
Facebook made a subtle change to its logo this week.
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Facebook made a subtle change to its logo this week.
The currency is at its lowest level since auctions began in December 2012. (AFP/File)
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The currency is at its lowest level since auctions began in December 2012.
Members of the Egyptian security forces stand guard as people gather at the site of a bomb that targeted the convoy of the Egyptian state prosecutor, Hisham Barakat, in the capital Cairo on June 29, 2015. (AFP/Khaled Desouki)
12:00 GMT
Muslim Brotherhood spokesman Mohamed Montaser claimed the nine Muslim Brotherhood members killed by Egyptian police on Wednesday were unarmed.
The many faces and talents of Haifa Wehbe. (Instagram/Haifa Wehbe)
12:00 GMT
Forget Assala, Haifa's performance in the Ramadan tv series 'Mariam' has been winning her acclaim online.
A young Syrian man works on his laptop in Aleppo.  (AFP/Tauseef Mustafa)
11:46 GMT
Internet outages and state violence in Syria; rising influence of Iraq's Shiite militias; and a major US church decides to back BDS against Israeli occupation.
Egypt's cabinet approved the draft laws Wednesday following one of the deadliest attacks on North Sinai. (AFP/File)
11:25 GMT
Egypt's cabinet approved the draft laws Wednesday following one of the deadliest attacks on North Sinai.
Prime Minister, David Cameron, said the BBC’s Muslim audience would “recoil every time they hear the words Islamic State." (AFP/File)
11:12 GMT
The BBC rejected a government request to refer to the so-called Islamic State as Daesh, a name which many consider to better reflect the militant group.
Worshippers flock to the Jumeirah mosque during Ramadan.( AFP/Karim Sahib)
11:08 GMT
Rarely does one come across a Muslim complaining about Ramadan.
Libyan protesters hold a portrait of United Nations envoy Bernardino Leon during a demonstration outside the General National Congress (GNC) in Tripoli on July 1, 2015, against the UN-led negotiations to resolve the country's ongoing crisis. (AFP/Mahmud Turkia)
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Both of the warring sides slammed the United Nation's draft proposal.
This 2,000-calorie meal would make a stomach churn after a fast. (Twitter)
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This 2,000-calorie meal would make a stomach churn after a fast.
Mona Hala, it's behiiiind you! (IMDB)
10:30 GMT
Wriggle out of this one! Mona Hala's followers think someone's too close for comfort in her latest Instagram post.
Fiber-optic networks will be installed in Lebanon over the next five years.
10:26 GMT
Fiber-optic networks will be installed in Lebanon over the next five years.
Lebanese army soldiers drive out of the town of Arsal in the Bekaa valley near the border with Syria, on August 3, 2014. (AFP/STR)
10:15 GMT
The Lebanese army intercepted the militants trying to set up a rocket launcher in Arsal.
Palestinian protester being detained by IDF soldiers. (AFP/Jaafar Ashtiyeh)
10:00 GMT
Israeli officials released a statement saying they uncovered a so-called "Hamas terror network" operating in and around Nablus.
Members of Ezzedine al-Qassam brigades, the armed wing of Hamas movement, hold weapons as they stand on a vehicle during a march in Gaza City on June 29, 2015. (AFP/Mahmud Hams)
09:00 GMT
Following Daesh's brutal assault against Egyptian forces in the Sinai, which killed more than 70 people, Hamas forces have been deployed to reinforce the Egyptian border.
In October media reports said Daesh beheaded nine Kurdish fighters, three of them women. (AFP/File)
08:50 GMT
A cursory Google image search says otherwise.
The comedy's writer, director and executive producer is a grad of NY Film Academy Abu Dhabi. (Naim Zaboura)
08:30 GMT
'DCity!' pilot about three expat women experiencing life, love and adventures in the city.
Rebel fighters from the al-Ezz bin Abdul Salam Brigade attend a training session at an undisclosed location near the al-Turkman mountains, in Syria's northern Latakia province. (AFP/File)
08:00 GMT
Dozens of trainees quit the program to be with their families during the holy month of Ramadan.
A federal appeals court ruled the tech giant conspired with publishers to fix e-book prices. (AFP/File)
07:54 GMT
A federal appeals court ruled the tech giant conspired with publishers to fix e-book prices.
Alwaleed bin Talal announced Wednesday he would give all of his money to charity in the coming years. (AFP/File)
07:42 GMT
Alwaleed bin Talal announced Wednesday he would give all of his money to charity in the coming years.
A senior Hamas official will be meeting with Hezbollah's secretary-general in Beirut in the coming days. (AFP/File)
07:30 GMT
A senior Hamas official will be meeting with Hezbollah's secretary-general in Beirut in the coming days.
A masked Tunisian soldier stands guard on the beach at the Riu Imperial Marhaba Hotel in Port el Kantaoui, on the outskirts of Sousse south of the capital Tunis, on June 29, 2015 where a deadly attack took place the previous week. (AFP/Kenzo Tribouillard)
07:29 GMT
Social media and internet forums have revealed Tunisia's radical jihadis' summer to-do list of terrorist attacks. Targets included alcohol stores, bars, the country’s main airport, the tourist resort island of Djerba and the security forces.
Inuvik, Canada - Midnight Sun Mosque couldn’t be further from the dusty cities of MENA. Out in the Canadian tundra, it’s the most northern mosque in the world. It’s not just a nice sounding name; in summer the sun actually never sets. So instead of fasting 24/7, they go by Winnipeg time, which still means 18 hours without food or drink.
07:21 GMT
Fasting from dawn till dusk can be tough, but it’s even tougher if the sun never sets. We look at the best and worst places to find yourself this Ramadan.
Egyptian actress Simone likes playing the role of a commoner. (El Hawanem)
07:00 GMT
Egyptian actress Simone likes playing the role of a commoner.
Tal descends a ladder from his living room on July 1, 2015, leading to an ancient Jewish ritual bath (mikveh), dating from the Second Temple Period and believed to be over 2,000 years old. (AFP/Gali Tibbon)
06:30 GMT
The Israel Antiquities Authority finished excavating the subterranean bath last week.
A file picture shows a view of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) headquarters in Vienna. (AFP/Joe Klamar)
06:22 GMT
IAEA Chief Yukiya Amano traveled to Tehran Wednesday to discuss a probe of alleged nuclear weapons research, a key part of Iran's deal with six world powers.
The GCC’s population will surge by 30 per cent by 2020. (Pixabay)
06:15 GMT
The GCC has one of the highest rates of population growth, but the rapidly changing demographics require government policies to keep apace.
This Friday’s play at Wimbledon will be delayed as part of the minute’s silence in memory of those who died in Sousse. (Facebook/Malek Jaziri)
06:13 GMT
The Tunisian World No. 83 conceded his Wimbledon run with a plea for tourists not to desert Tunisia in their time of need.
President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi approved the budget on Wednesday. (AFP/File)
06:11 GMT
President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi approved the budget on Wednesday.
The opening of Credit Libanais in Bahrain. (Joseph M Torbey)
06:08 GMT
Arab banks must remain stringent with international compliance in the face of weakened confidence from US banks.
Geert Wilders leads the Dutch Party for Freedom. (AFP/File)
06:00 GMT
Geert Wilders currently also faces prosecution in the Netherlands for discrimination against Dutch nationals of Moroccan origin.
Last month, Hezbollah advanced into Arsal’s outskirts from the south and east, tightening its grip around Nusra Front militants. (AFP/File)
06:00 GMT
Hezbollah fighters moved into the outskirts of the Syrian border town of Zabadani Wednesday.
Images were uploaded of a bag that seemed to sport a Daesh flag. (AFP/File)
05:43 GMT
Images were uploaded of a bag that seemed to sport a Daesh flag.
The series also looks at personal stories and the life-long friendships that develop. (YouTube Screenshot)
05:30 GMT
'Every Emirati's Son' is a four-part series that takes an inside look of the transformation of young Emiratis going through compulsory military service.
The families will protest the absence of any breakthroughs in negotiations. (AFP/File)
05:18 GMT
The families will protest the absence of any breakthroughs in negotiations.
Displaced Syrian Kurds haul their personal belongings across the Syrian-Turkish border, September 2014.  (AFP/Bulent Kilic)
05:01 GMT
Syrians in Turkey are finding ways to support themselves economically; analyzing Wednesday's attacks in Sinai; and meet a band making its debut in the underground Arab music scene.
The Iraqi Ministry of Human Rights reported 4,722 people have been killed since June 2014. (AFP/File)
05:00 GMT
The Iraqi Ministry of Human Rights reported 4,722 people have been killed since June 2014.
Be sure to build and maintain your network while looking for work. (Shutterstock)
05:00 GMT
Every successful job seeker needs a game plan for finding work. Here's how to get started.