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Aung San Suu Kyi (Twitter)
20:00 GMT
Amnesty International has withdrawn its highest honor from Aung San Suu Kyi, in light of the Myanmar leader’s betrayal of the values she once stood for, a statement by the human rights group said Monday.
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20:00 GMT
A California woman has lost her baby after attempting to give birth without professional aid in the desert, a decision inspired by the controversial 'free birth movement.'
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19:18 GMT
US researchers have developed a new flexible sensor to map blood-oxygen levels over large areas of skin, tissue and organs, aiming at giving doctors a new way to monitor healing wounds.
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19:13 GMT
Turkish archeologists discovered 7,500-year-old footprints in the northwestern Bursa province of Turkey.
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19:10 GMT
A travel blogger has defended herself after she was slammed for posing in front of a moving train just so she could capture the perfect snap for Instagram.
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19:05 GMT
A shocked woman who paid £250 for lip fillers claims they were injected with baby oil instead in a botched procedure.
Ali Ghazal (Photo: whitecapsfc.com)
18:14 GMT
Egypt midfielder Ali Ghazal said that his contract with his current Canadian club, the Vancouver Whitecaps, has come to an end, but he has the option to renew it for one more season.
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18:00 GMT
Israel is making the visa process difficult in order to reduce the number of Turkish tourists visiting Jerusalem, according to Turkish tour operators.
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18:00 GMT
Falling in love can make the world seem a better place — but it can also have a major impact on your health.
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17:26 GMT
A child is born every 15 seconds in Egypt, and the number of population increases by two million annually – which is equal to the population of a whole state – according to Amr Hassan, Rapporteur of the Population Council.
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17:23 GMT
The public prosecutor yesterday interrogated a popular media figure over charges of using a fake PhD degree, said informed sources, noting that the suspect will be detained unless he pays back all the sums he had received as allowances over the degree.
Netanyahu met the Sultan of Oman (Twitter)
17:17 GMT
A flurry of visits by senior Israeli officials to Arab Gulf states reflects a rush by Gulf countries to “befriend” with Israel, analysts believe.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (Twitter)
17:14 GMT
A Saudi opposition group formed by dissidents have called for an influential prince to take over from Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who they say has lost credibility due to his "irresponsible and aggressive" policies.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (AFP)
17:07 GMT
American officials are concerned that their Israeli allies could form an obstacle in the implementation of the “Deal of the Century,” reported an Israeli daily. It explained that Palestinians have been open about rejecting the deal, while the Israelis have not.
The elegant midfielder helped Real Madrid retain their Champions League crown before inspiring Croatia to a runners-up finish at the 2018 World Cup
17:05 GMT
The elegant midfielder helped Real Madrid retain their Champions League crown before inspiring Croatia to a runners-up finish at the 2018 World Cup
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (R) and Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu (AFP)
17:04 GMT
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday revealed new details about an audio recording that captured the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, including a stunned reaction by a Saudi intelligence official.
Syrian Democratic Forces (Twitter)
17:02 GMT
The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), backed by U.S.-coalition warplanes and Iraqi forces, launched on Monday an attack on the last major ISIS holdout east of the Euphrates River on the Syrian-Iraqi border, ahead of a huge operation aimed at eradicating the terrorist organization.
Jordanians stare at a car, submerged in mud following flash floods (AFP)
16:58 GMT
The Amman Court of Reconciliation on Monday refused to release on bail eight defendants in connection with the death of 21 people, many of them school students, who perished in the flashfloods that struck the Dead Sea area last month.
Egypt team manager Javier Aguirre
16:46 GMT
Egypt team manager Javier Aguirre has told his players that the upcoming clash against Tunisia on Friday is a chance to head Group J in the 2019 African Cup of Nations qualifiers.
The tournament will take place from December 27-29
16:08 GMT
Abu Dhabi is one of my favourite places to play, Spanish ace says
That woman’s got style! (Source: thehala - Instagram)
16:03 GMT
If your feed lacks some fresh faces, then we highly recommend you go check Hala Abdallah, aka thehala, right now because you won’t regret it.
Head of Egypt’s musicians’ syndicate, Hany Shaker, has expressed his concern in multiple interviews over the viral state of mahragan music (Source: hanyshaker - Instagram)
15:39 GMT
A name that has unnecessarily overtaken our newsfeeds belongs to the mahragan singer, Hamo Bika.
12th of November, marks what would’ve been the 87th birthday of the late Arab Maryline Monroe, Hend Rostom. (Source: Google)
14:49 GMT
Yesterday, 12th of November, marks what would’ve been the 87th birthday of the late Arab Maryline Monroe, Hend Rostom. we’re sharing with you Rostom’s most iconic roles in memory of the good old days.
Jessica Kahawaty was born in Australia. (Source: AFP)
14:32 GMT
Fashion powerhouse Michael Kors (MK) has enlisted the region’s style icons to unveil an exclusive Middle East design of a limited-edition shoulder bag. Lebanese beauty queen and model Jessica Kahawaty takes the lead in the elite portrait series showcasing a special-edition of the Whitney bag, set to be unveiled at an exclusive event in Dubai on Nov. 14.
Happy days: Ashley Graham borrowed from Kim Kardashian in taping her cleavage in place as she shared a video on Instagram (Source: Ashley Graham - Instagram)
14:13 GMT
Kim Kardashian famously revealed her tricks to a perky cleavage. And years after the Keeping Up With The Kardashians frontwoman told her fans she uses duct tape to keep her generous assets in place, buxom model Ashley Graham took to Instagram to reveal she was attempting the trick herself.
Facebook and Google are being accused by Mintpress News platform of censoring their content. (Courtesy: Carlos Lattuf to Mintpress)
14:10 GMT
“Our days as an independent journalism organization on authoritarian social media platforms are numbered,” Mintpress News said.
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13:16 GMT
A man subjected his wife to domestic violence and almost starved her to death as she had 'gained weight'.
Fantastic figure: TOWIE's Danielle Armstrong stunned in a lace bralette and she sexily unbuttoned her boyfriend jeans for saucy snap shared on Instagram over the weekend (Source: Danielle Armstrong - Instagram)
13:15 GMT
She treats her fans to a series of sexy selfies and bikini snaps. And Danielle Armstrong, 30, seduced her 1,100,000 followers on Instagram once again with a very risqué social media post over the weekend.
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13:10 GMT
The accused was found guilty of a sexual assault charge.
AI means smarter images. (TR)
12:54 GMT
Artificial intelligence (AI) is making its way into almost every aspect of our lives. It’s our phones, while many of us have let it into our homes in the form of voice assistants in smart speakers.
Ibrahim Kalin (Twitter)
12:51 GMT
Turkey’s presidential spokesperson on Tuesday called on Israel to stop its attacks on Gazans and for the international community to take responsibility in response to Israel's recent attacks.
Woah! While the swimsuit may not be for everybody, it certainly made the most of her frame (Source: inamorataswim - Instagram)
12:45 GMT
She frequently delights followers with her sizzling Instagram snaps. Yet Emily Ratajkowski was taking her stunning physique from the grid to the shores at the Camp Cove beach in Sydney on Monday, as she showed off her incredible frame in a white ensemble.
Travellers can 'fly better' with Emirates and enjoy a stress-free experience before boarding their flight with Home Check-in. (File/ Photo)
12:32 GMT
Dubai's flag carrier Emirates is offering special fares in the UAE to over 20 global destinations in its network.
Here are some suggestions on how you can deal with email overload for any position and any work environment. (Shutterstock)
12:04 GMT
Email Overload is extremely common in today’s work culture across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
It is not surprising therefore, that it is estimated that only 6% of family businesses will make it to the third generation if those current structures are not made more effective and compliant. (Shutterstock)
11:50 GMT
Ninety two percent of respondents to a survey launched at Jersey Finance’s new office in the DIFC Monday said that High Net Worth [HNWI] GCC clients are poorly prepared and inadequately structured for the transition of wealth across generations.
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11:37 GMT
The iconic writer, editor and publisher Stan Lee has died at the age of 95. Today, the world bids farewell to the iconic comic creator, mourning his passing with quotes, pictures, gifs, videos, and memes that are trending all over the internet.
Lorde Noted she did something very similar to what Kanye West for her festival run last year (Source: Christian Bertrand - Shutterstock)
11:18 GMT
'Royals' hitmaker Lorde has accused Kanye West and Kid Cudi of "stealing" her production ideas for their Kids See Ghosts live show over the weekend.
Turkey reached an agreement with the World Bank for $200 million in funding for public sector energy efficiency investments. (Shutterstock)
11:12 GMT
Turkey reached an agreement with the World Bank for $200 million in funding for public sector energy efficiency investments, Turkey's Energy and Natural Resources Minister Fatih Donmez said Monday.
Women are the least paid and their participation in the labour market is recorded much more in the informal sector and in vulnerable activities. (Shutterstock)
11:07 GMT
The integration of women into economic life would boost growth in the MENA region by nearly $ 600 billion (1,728 million dinars) annually, said Minister of Investment, Development and International Co-operation Zied Laâdhari.
The photo posted by Mo Salah on his Instagram before it sparked controversy among his fans.
11:01 GMT
The latest selfie posted by Mohamed Salah, the Egyptian Liverpool star has been sparking massive debates on social media, and the reason is his t-shirt.
Viewers line up to see "Youssef Chahine: The Restoration Project," at the opening of Zawya Cinema's new location, Karim Cinema, two months ago. (Zawya Cinema and Distribution)
10:49 GMT
The Arab Fund for Arts and Culture has partnered with the Drosos Foundation, the Swiss arts funding body, to create a new Arts and Culture Entrepreneurship program that seeks to address the challenges of self-sustainability.
British foreign minister Jeremy Hunt has held talks with Saudi Arabia's King Salman (Twitter)
10:27 GMT
Jeremy Hunt has warned Saudi Arabia it cannot be embroiled in another murder after 'frank' talks on the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Will Lebanon Witness Another Wave of IMF Instructions? (Shutterstock)
10:26 GMT
Prime Minister-designate Saad Hariri attended commemorations of the centenary of Armistice Day in Paris over the weekend, before taking part in the opening of the Paris Peace Forum Sunday.
Al Bawaba provides a compilation video of Gaza over the past 12 hours.
10:23 GMT
Tensions between Gaza and Israel has flared up once again. Late into the night of Nov 12 and into the morning of Nov 13, while Gazans and Israelis were partying, smoking shisha, and having dinner, bombs began to drop on Gazan buildings.
Jordan and Japan on Monday discussed an investment plan to revitalise the Hijaz Railway’s infrastructure in support of the national economy. (Shutterstock)
10:22 GMT
Jordan and Japan on Monday discussed an investment plan to revitalise the Hijaz Railway’s infrastructure in support of the national economy, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May (AFP)
10:14 GMT
Those responsible for Jamal Khashoggi’s murder must be held accountable, Prime Minister Theresa May said Monday.
Students can rent a bike for two fils per minute at the Jordan University of Science and Technology (Muath Freij)
10:06 GMT
Catching classes at university used to be a daily nightmare for Mohammad Momani, as he used to suffer from the Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST) campus’ high traffic and the distance between colleges.
A protester holds a banner with a message against sexual assault during the 16th edition of the Beirut Marathon in the Lebanese capital on November 11, 2018. (AFP / Abaad / Marwan TAHTAH)
10:02 GMT
It’s after 9 o’clock in the evening, and Mira is considering sharing a secret she’s kept hidden for years. T
Indian Hindu devotees are pictured at the Lord Ayyappa temple at Sabarimala in the southern state of Kerala. (AFP)
09:59 GMT
Tension in the air as Sabarimala Hilltop temple in the South Indian state of Kerala is being prepared to open on Nov. 17 for a 41-day Hindu festival.
Iran has kept its stock of low-enriched uranium and the level to which it refines uranium within the limits set by the JCPOA. (Shutterstock)
09:59 GMT
Iran has continued to implement all its commitments under the 2015 nuclear deal it signed with major global powers even as the United States re-imposed fresh sanctions against Tehran, a report by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) says.
U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton  (Twitter)
09:53 GMT
U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton vowed Tuesday to "squeeze" Iran "until the pips squeak", a week after a tough new round of sanctions came into force, compelling Tehran to find ways to evade the restrictions in oil trade and banking.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has told Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman that Washington will hold accountable all those involved in the killing of Khashoggi. (Shutterstock)
09:51 GMT
Donald Trump’s financial interests with Saudi Arabia will compel the US president to exonerate Riyadh for its atrocities in Yemen and the murder of Saudi dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi, an investigative journalist in Washington says.
Amman, Jordan (Shutterstock)
09:50 GMT
The Cabinet on Monday amended conditions set in February this year to grant investors Jordanian nationality or residency, a Cabinet statement said.
This picture taken on November 10, 2018, in Petra, western Jordan, shows the effects of flash floods that killed several people across the region (AFP)
09:48 GMT
The body of a 5-year-old girl who went missing in Friday’s flashfloods in Mleih in Madaba Governorate was recovered on Monday morning, ending a four-day search operation for missing people, according to the Civil Defence Department (CDD).
Beirut, Lebanon (Shutterstock)
09:35 GMT
Lawmakers Monday endorsed a landmark law creating a national commission to investigate the whereabouts of thousands of Lebanese citizens forcibly disappeared during the Civil War (1975-90), in a legislative session that saw MPs churn through draft bills.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (AFP)
09:32 GMT
Canada's prime minister has become the first Western leader to acknowledge the existence of a recording of the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
(Twitter)
09:25 GMT
Stan Lee, who dreamed up Spider-Man, Iron Man, the Hulk and a cavalcade of other Marvel Comics superheroes that became mythic figures in pop culture with soaring success at the movie box office, died at the age of 95, his daughter said on Monday, November 12.
The State Hermitage Museum is seen illuminated in red for the centenary of the Bolshevik revolution in Saint Petersburg on October 25, 2017. (AFP/ File)
09:21 GMT
More than 4.5 million people visit the Hermitage Museum a year, confirmed the director of the museum and the Russian Orientalist Mikhail Piotrovsky during an interview with Tass agency.
Yehya at her school in Tibnin, Lebanon. (The Daily Star/Behbod Negahban)
09:13 GMT
“When you see a kid [in poor circumstances] and don’t do anything about it, you are participating in their suffering,” Reem Yehya, the Lebanese nominee for the International Children’s Peace Prize says.
An aerial view shows Muslim pilgrims circumambulating the Kaaba, Islam's holiest shrine, at the Grand Mosque in Saudi Arabia's holy city of Mecca on September 2, 2017, during the annual Hajj pilgrimage. (AFP Photo/Karim Sahib)
09:10 GMT
The support he provided to develop historical mosques covered in the first phase the restoration of 30 mosques in 10 regions, at a cost of more than SR50 million ($13 million).
Katherine Schwarzenegger has spent time with Chris Pratt's family and they all love her (Source: Kathy Hutchins - Shutterstock)
09:04 GMT
Chris Pratt and his girlfriend Katherine Schwarzenegger met up with her famous father, Arnold Schwarzenegger, over the weekend for a double date.
The United Nations decided to increase their aid to $14 Million, instead of the $7 Million. (Shutterstock)
08:52 GMT
The United Nations’ Food Program has been investing a huge portion of their budget to the Middle East recently, especially all the war zones such as Yemen, Sudan, and Libya.
Kendall Jenner's home is "still in danger" after the recent wildfires. (Source: BAKOUNINE - Shutterstock)
08:48 GMT
Kendall Jenner says her and her family's homes are "still in danger" after the recent Woolsey wildfires.
Screenshot from the footage shared widely on social media for the Moroccan King while falling asleep during Macron's speech.
08:46 GMT
During the Armistice Day speech given by French President Emmanuel Macron’s in Paris, there were several moments captured by the cameras and shared widely, among them was that of Moroccan King Mohammed nodding off, seemingly falling asleep.
Dubai Design Week is set to run until Nov. 17. (Image supplied)
08:44 GMT
As Dubai Design Week kicked off in the city’s edgy Design District, Rawan Kashkoush, creative director and head of programming at the event, shared her insight on the seminal fair with Arab News.
New bombing now in Gaza  (Twitter)
08:42 GMT
The European Union and the United Nations on Monday urged the immediate end of rising tensions surrounding the Gaza Strip.
Huthi female supporters demonstrate to support Huthi militias fighting Saudi-backed Yemeni government forces in the port city of Hodeidah, during a rally in the capital Sanaa on November 10, 2018. 
Mohammed HUWAIS / AFP
08:34 GMT
Huthi females rally to support Huthi militias fighting Saudi-backed Yemeni government forces.
PLO Secretary-General of the Executive Committee Saeb Erekat  (Twitter)
08:30 GMT
The head of the Palestine Liberation Organization urged the international community Tuesday to protect Gaza following Israeli airstrikes on the enclave.
Gaza Strip (Twitter)
08:29 GMT
Egypt made contact with Israel to in an effort to halt Isralei "escalation" in the Gaza Strip, according to an Egyptian source.
Kuwait has called for frozen funds to be returned. (Shutterstock)
07:59 GMT
Kuwait has demanded Dubai release around $500 million, which was frozen by the UAE following suspicions of money laundering.
Their contribution in aid to the impoverished nation which faces a devastating Saudi war and blockade amounts to just two percent of their revenues from the arms sales. (Shutterstock)
07:49 GMT
European countries have approved arms sales to Saudi Arabia and the UAE worth more than $86.7 billion since 2015, according to figures compiled by leading online news outlet Middle East Eye.
U.S. President Donald Trump criticized Saudi Arabia’s announced plan to cut oil production. (Shutterstock)
07:36 GMT
U.S. President Donald Trump criticized Saudi Arabia’s announced plan to cut oil production Monday, as tensions rose between the U.S. and its longtime Middle East ally.
The Egyptian has made the Goal 50 podium for the first time, after a year in which he broke the record for goals in a 38-game Premier League season
07:32 GMT
The Egyptian has made the Goal 50 podium for the first time, after a year in which he broke the record for goals in a 38-game Premier League season
Out of the 346 workers who were arrested, 169 were “fugitive workers”, 162 were “freelance workers” and 15 were undocumented workers. (Shutterstock)
07:31 GMT
A total of 346 expats were arrested, while an additional 446 were deported in one week, the Ministry of Manpower has announced.
The governing body is adamant the rule has been a success, but is willing to re-examine old cases if they feel it is necessary
07:23 GMT
The governing body is adamant the rule has been a success, but is willing to re-examine old cases if they feel it is necessary
Imelda Cortez, 20, is facing 20 years in jail after she was charged with attempted murder for giving birth to her abuser's baby in a toilet in El Salvador. Pictured: Members of a feminist organisation demonstrate in favour of abortion rights outside the Courthouse of San Salvador  (AFP)
06:39 GMT
A rape victim is facing 20 years in jail in El Salvador for allegedly trying to terminate her abuser's child - despite giving birth to the baby.
Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi (Photo by AFP)
06:33 GMT
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi will head to the Italian city of Palermo on Monday for a two-day official visit to participate in the mini-summit of leaders concerned with the situation in Libya.
Australian porn star Kiki Vidis (Twitter)
04:00 GMT
An adult film actress has hit back at an Australian town that is trying to stamp out porn, saying that women are simply jealous that their boyfriends watch it.
Supporters of ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi raise posters with the four-finger symbol during a demonstration against the military-backed government in the Egyptian capital, Cairo.(AFP PHOTO/MAHMOUD KHALED)
02:00 GMT
The Cairo Criminal Court has added Islamist group al-Gamaa al-Islamiya as well as 164 of its leaders and members to a list of terrorist entities, in a decision that could expedite the dissolution of “Building and Development” party, the group’s political arm.
ourists and locals on the Djemaa-el-Fna square during sunset in Marrakesh (Shutterstock)
02:00 GMT
A British tourist has died after contracting rabies from a cat bite while on holiday in Morocco, it was announced this morning.
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00:00 GMT
A mother and father who named their baby after Adolf Hitler have been convicted of being members of a neo-Nazi group.

November 12, 2018

Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton participates in a discussion during the 2018 Atlantic Festival October 2, 2018 in Washington, DC. (Photo /AFP)
22:00 GMT
Former US first lady Hillary Clinton, who lost the 2016 race for the White House to Republican Donald Trump, is once again considering running for president in 2020, says a former adviser to the Clinton family.
Amazing underwater restaurant (Twitter)
22:00 GMT
The world's largest underwater restaurant is almost fully-booked until next summer as the 100-foot structure nears completion.
Clyne Solano, 22 months old, has a condition called hydranencephaly which has stopped his brain from developing properly but left him with an enlarged skull containing a lot of fluid (dailymai)
20:00 GMT
A boy born with a rare brain condition has been left with a misshapen skull which looks like 'devil horns' after surgery to reduce pressure on his brain.
Samir Nasri
18:56 GMT
Samir Nasri is in line to rejoin Manuel Pellegrini at West Ham when his doping suspension ends, the London Evening Standard reported Monday.
Kosovo's President Hashim Thaci (L), Russian President Vladimir Putin (C) and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (R) attend the opening session of the Paris Peace Forum. (GONZALO FUENTES / POOL / AFP)
18:00 GMT
Russian President Vladimir Putin will visit Istanbul on Nov.19, his aide said on Monday.
Crying children are placed in cow dung (Twitter)
18:00 GMT
This is the shocking moment crying children are placed in cow dung for the Hindu festival of Govardhan Puja.
Croatia head coach Zlatko Dalic
17:28 GMT
Croatia head coach Zlatko Dalic says a compact 2022 World Cup will make the game more esteemed among fans and...
Ramadan Sobhi
16:44 GMT
Huddersfield's Egyptian winger Ramadan Sobhi has denied reports linking him with a move to Egyptian giants Ahly on...
Palestinians wave national flags as they take part in a protest against a social security law proposed by the Palestinian Authority in the West Bank city of Ramallah on November 12, 2018. (ABBAS MOMANI / AFP)
16:01 GMT
Thousands of Palestinians staged a sit-in outside the government headquarters in the West Bank city of Ramallah on Monday to protest a controversial social security law.
Lebanese Foreign Minister Jebran Bassil, seen in this November 9, 2015 picture. (AFP Photo/FAYEZ NURELDINE)
15:56 GMT
Caretaker Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil Monday met with Speaker Nabih Berri in the latest flurry of activity regarding government formation, according to local media reports.
A man carries his child across the border (BULENT KILIC/AFP)
15:50 GMT
France’s announcement that it plans to repatriate 150 children of ISIS fighters represents only part of a growing humanitarian dilemma in Syria and Iraq.
Khaled El Nabawy is undoubtedly the perfect fit for the complex role in his new series (Source: khaled Elnabawy - Instagram)
15:37 GMT
Renowned International Actor, Khaled El Nabawy, just released a trailer to his new series.
Winne Harlow shared the magazine cover on Instagram. (Source: AFP)
15:15 GMT
Canadian model Winnie Harlow graces the cover of November’s Harper’s Bazaar en Español wearing a ruffled dress by Lebanese designer Elie Saab.
Eva Longoria will be coming to Dubai in December. (Source: AFP)
14:54 GMT
The honorary chair of the Global Gift Gala, Eva Longoria, is set to touch down in Dubai in December as the charity event heads back to the UAE for its sixth edition.
Afghan security forces inspect the site of a suicide attack near Kabul airport. (AFP Photo/Shah Marai)
14:27 GMT
A suicide attack close to a rally in capital Kabul killed three people on Monday, an official said.
Palestinians stand next to the remains of a building, that was destroyed following an Israeli air strike, in Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip on November 12, 2018. (SAID KHATIB / AFP)
13:58 GMT
An Israeli military operation in the Gaza Strip on Sunday has aimed to carry out a “major hostile scheme”, Hamas’ armed wing said Monday.
The recent poster of Banksy. (Instagram)
13:56 GMT
The anonymous UK-based street artist, known as Banksy, has been grabbing headlines for the past week, again, after he played an audacious prank by putting his artwork in a self-shredding frame that it shredded itself after it was sold in an auction for around $1 million.
Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul in May 2018 (AFP pic)
13:49 GMT
A Turkish journalist has revealed the last words of murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi that were reportedly documented in an audio recording.
A member of a Jordanian rescue team searches for missing persons following flash floods in the city of Madaba near the capital Amman on November 10, 2018. (KHALIL MAZRAAWI / AFP)
13:43 GMT
The death toll from flash floods that ravaged Jordan last week has risen to 13, according to the Jordanian authorities on Monday.