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Saudi Arabia's humanitarian chief claims Riyadh 'never attacked Yemen'
The head of Saudi Arabia's official humanitarian aid organisation has defended Riyadh's military intervention despite the growing death toll from Gulf-led air strikes.
Iraqi violinist brings music back to Mosul's streets
After being forced into hiding by IS due to his love for music, Ameen Mukkad returned to Mosul and filled the city's streets with the sound of ...
Long weekend: Iraqis 'worked just six months' in 2016
Iraqi government workers enjoyed over half a year's worth of public holidays last year, but the lax working hours are causing a serious strain ...
How Syrians came together to rescue evacuee massacre survivors
Images have emerged of pro-rebel journalists and aid workers helping rescue survivors of Saturday's deadly blast that targeted civilians evacuees from two loyalist villages.
#Saltbae casts his #Votebae in Turkey’s referendum
Turkey's "Salt bae" has posted a picture of himself voting in the country's historic referendum.
Saudi Snapchatter targets and terrifies 'black magic' housemaids
Blog: The 'interrogator' is called in when a domestic worker is suspected to have placed a curse on the household...
International law and Israel: Legitimacy, exceptionalism and responsibility
Blog: Inside the conference the Israel lobby tried to ban.
Is over-population in Gaza an act of resistance?
With rising rates of unemployment and poverty, the 'demographic threat' of Gaza's population may be more of a hindrance than anything else, ...
Egyptian TV host receives suspended sentence over privacy breach
A Cairo court sentenced on Wednesday TV host Ahmed Moussa to a six-month suspended prison term for illegally airing private phone calls on his TV show.
Egypt 'counter-terrorist' ally detains British man over 'headphone amplifier'
Even when putting the fact that Egyptian forces mistook a music device for a bomb, the international community is supporting Sisi on the basis of myths and logical fallacies
Salary cuts: A new suffering added to Gaza
What else should the Gaza Strip tolerate, asks Mohammed Arafat, as anger erupts over the Palestinian Authority's decision to cut civil servant salaries.
IS ends silence on 'idiot' president Trump
Amid its continued territorial losses in Iraq and Syria, the Islamic State group has found the time to tell America that it's 'run by an idiot'.
Social media profiles turn yellow over Syria chemical attack
Images of the aftermath of the attack on the rebel-held town of Khan Sheikhoun circulated widely on social media, prompting many to take action ...
May's refusal to wear a hijab is not feminism
Peddling the narrative that the Saudi government is forcing Western politicians to adhere to cultural dress codes is erroneous and irresponsible, argues Diana Alghoul.
#Trending: Saudi TV pulls women's rights campaign after backlash
What was meant to be an inspirational online campaign to encourage women to be empowered has seriously backfired for a Saudi-funded TV channel.
UN whitewashes Assad's attacks on Syria's agriculture
While Assad continues his brutal offensive on Syria's farming provinces, hopes that the vulnerable agricultural industry may be spared continue to diminish.
Tunisia nightclub closed after Muslim call to prayer remix
The night club manager has been detained after footage of a DJ remixing the Muslim call to prayer sparked controversy on social media.
Shaima Al Tamimi
7 things you must try in Marrakesh
Love exploring the world? Don't miss out on any of these must-dos in Morocco by travel blogger Shaima Al Tamimi
Balls and brawls: This week in Middle East football
Blog: A return to club football after the international break brings Al-Ahli's first trophy of the season, and chaos in Amman, writes Uri Levy.
Generation president-less: When will Abbas visit Gaza?
While Palestinian President, Mahmoud Abbas took care to follow the events of Arab Idol, Gazans wondered when will it be their turn to be followed, writes Mohammed Arafat.
Sudan-Egypt spat: My pyramids are bigger than yours
Sudanese social media takes on Egyptian talk shows over the pyramids of Marowe, but is there more to the animosity?
Activist attempts to arrest Saudi general for 'Yemen crimes'
The Saudi-led Arab coalition military spokesman gives protesters the middle finger after avoiding an attempted citizen's arrest in London.
Every April 1, media and businesses produce supposedly amusing fake stories pranking their audiences but the comedy value in this has taken a hit in the fake news era.
Lebanon's tourism minister, Avadis Kadanian, has come under fire for racist comments against Turkey on Lebanese TV.
The Ethiopian domestic worker who fell seven floors from a home in Kuwait has spoken out for the first time since the incident, debunking claims she had attempted suicide.
An Omani singer has won top prize in a Hindi-language singing competition in India, winning him millions of fans on both sides of the Indian Ocean.
Blog: Reports that the Westminster attacker converted to Islam in prison reopens the question on radicalisation in British prisons.
'Any whore that runs away from her family deserves to be killed. By killing her you wash off the shame that has been brought upon you,' said one Twitter user.
Eddie Izzard has been banned from running in the Palestine Marathon on Friday, after he refused to cancel a gig in Tel Aviv.
A domestic quarrel over beans took an unexpected turn when a group of Iraqi army soldiers stormed into a house in the southern Baghdad neighbourhood.
Richa Chadha sought out on Saturday to help fellow Indian travellers stranded in Abu Dhabi airport after a storm struck the UAE causing massive flight delays.
Israeli concert organisers claim that BDS has little effect on big-name artists after announcing Britney Spears dates in Tel Aviv.
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