Residents must show proof of covid vaccine as Dubai hotspots are offering 10% discount to those who had the 1st dose and 20% for those who have had both
Lebanon's pound tumbled towards 10,000 to the dollar, a record low for a currency battered by a financial meltdown that has fuelled poverty and unrest
1,250 Syrians living in Denmark will be sent to deportation camps and although their return is voluntary human rights groups fear that some will feel pressured to leave
"We are ready to continue providing support and assistance to Iraq to combat the pandemic and to provide more support for Iraq in the purchase of Chinese vaccines," Chinese Ambassador to Iraq Zhang Tao
This was the fourth time Abu Rayala’s house has been demolished
The first ambassador of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to Israel on Monday submitted his diplomatic credential to President Reuven Rivlin, reports Anadolu Agency. Mohammad Mahmoud Al Khaja arrived...
The call came during a vehicle rally and press conference held to mark World Civil Defence Day
Among the punitive steps the United States took on Friday was the imposition of a visa ban on some Saudis believed involved in the Khashoggi killing and sanctions on others, including a former deputy intelligence chief, which would freeze their US assets and generally bar Americans from dealing with them.
Maronite Patriarch Bechara Boutros Al-Rai has repeatedly urged political rivals to agree a new administration
Twenty-seven years ago, on 25 February, 1994, an Israeli settler named Baruch Goldstein shot at hundreds of Palestinians gathering for Al-Fajr prayer at the Ibrahimi Mosque in the occupied city...
Khashoggi's remains have never been found amid speculation that they were dissolved in a vat of acid in the diplomatic building.
His disillusion with Israel reportedly began when he toured the country in the 1980s for research purposes.
'We decided to build this model in memory of those who died in the explosion'
Parliament is expected to pass a law that will allow the farming, export and domestic sale of hashish also known as ‘kif’ for medical and industrial use
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Mohamed Bazoum becomes Niger's first Arab president
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Lebanon received its first batch of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine - about 28,000 doses - this month with aid from the World Bank
Many are now asking, is Egypt about to crackdown on Clubhouse?
35 activists will be tried in a military court in Beirut for attending a demonstration which turned violent in Tripoli
The two-story house, which is made up of four apartments, accommodates 17 people – most of them women and children.
Although the latest move is a boon for women's rights MBS has faced strong criticism from human rights groups for his clampdown and imprisonment of women rights activists
A poll by the Hebrew University’s aChord Centre revealed nearly half of Israel’s ultra-Orthodox and nationalist religious young people support stripping Palestinians of their Israeli citizenship
Israel has opened floodgates twice this month
Make tracks for one of the world's heaviest and longest trains...
Palestinian fishermen in Gaza find an abundance of fish following days of high winds and rough seas grounded them
Baby Mujahid becomes the fourth child in the family, however he is the first to be conceived in this manner after his 35-year-old father was arrested
Iranian women's Alpine ski coach Samira Zargari has not been able to attend the world championships in Italy because her husband banned her from travel
Judge Fadi Sawan had charged three ex-ministers and caretaker Prime Minister Hassan Diab with negligence over the Beirut blast
The extreme weather is set to continue for a few days and will bring with it heavy rains and freezing temperatures.
Snowball fight on Taksim square, anyone?
Gaza’s first COVID-19 vaccine shipment arrives weeks after being blocked by Israel