Europe’s 2017 elections affecting lives of Arabs, Muslims

Forthcoming elections in France, Britain and Germany could have consequences for the Arab world.

Bahraini activist on hunger strike behind bars

Duterte Gulf tour draws attention of Filipino expats

Detained Bahrain activist denied family visit after surgery

Arab leaders focus on Iran threat, reviving peace plan

Bahrain king approves military trials for civilians

Bahrain reduces sentence for opposition chief

Wide gap between Arab leaders’ official stands and facts on the ground

Arab leaders reject 'foreign interference' in their affairs

Bahrain sentences two to death for police bombing

Arab leaders meet in Sweimeh on conflicts, 'terror'

No unanimity on Syria ahead of Arab Summit

UN chief urges Arab leaders to confront Syria war

Arab League set to oppose Trump Israel embassy shift

Iran slams Bahrain terror cell claims as ‘delusional’

Arab League chief urges resolution to Syria conflict

Serious challenges for Arab leaders in Amman

Bahrain frees award-winning AFP photographer

Bahrain sentences three to death for police bombings

Bahrain arrests photographer on unspecified charges

Britain joins US in banning laptops on flights from Turkey, Arab world

IEA says OPEC abides by output cut

Bahrain postpones trial of Shiite opposition leader

Anti-Muslim hate has gone mainstream in Europe

McMaster could lead to more predictable foreign policy

Bahrain files lawsuit to dissolve secular opposition

Trump exacerbating ‘immense’ decline of rights in Arab world

Cyber attacks in Gulf countries on the rise

GCC geopolitics spike military sales at IDEX

Time bomb of unemployment among Arab youth

Bahrain arrests 20, approves military trials for civilians

Bahrain police clash with demonstrators over death of young Shiite

Rohani’s GCC visit barely makes waves

Trump fears may bring Iran, Gulf closer together

Iran's Rouhani crosses Gulf on tour to improve relations

Bahrain mourners clash with police

Bahrain terrorist blast wounds two at demonstration

Demonstrators, police clash on Bahrain uprising anniversary

GCC gears up for VAT in 2018

Arab League’s Hossam Zaki says much depends on ‘gathering of Arab will’


‘A Small Death’ by Saudi writer Mohamed Hasan Alwan wins IPAF Prize

Saudi novelist wins Arabic fiction award for tale of Sufi scholar's journey from 12th century Muslim Spain to Damascus broadening his view of human spirit.

Book Review: The Muslim world’s ‘struggle between faith and reason’

For centuries, Ottoman authorities threatened to execute anyone who published books.

Halla Walla: First Arab-inspired emojis app

Based in UAE, Bahraini Yasmine Rasool, 31, Japanese Eriko Varkey, 30, decide digital world needs emojis with Arab twist.

UAE businessman launches largest Arab education fund

Abdulla al-Ghurair Foundation for Education says it plans to provide scholarships for 15,000 Middle Eastern students over next 10 years.

Sheikh Salman rejects accusations of FIFA presidential rival

Hitting back at accusations of Prince Ali, Sheikh Salman strongly refutes any notion of backroom deal with Africa.

Arab League condemns ‘hateful campaign’ against Qatar

League's General Assembly declares its ‘full support’ for Qatar's hosting of World Cup, which will be first tournament held in Arab country.

Crisis of unemployment: Over 30% of Arab youth jobless

Director general of Arab Labour Organisation says many graduates fail to find employment because their specialisations are not needed by private sector.

ECSSR concludes annual Conference on Shifting Roles, Interests and Alliances in Middle East

Conference participants emphasize unwavering importance of security of Middle East to international community.

Pakistan fines Qatar royal for hunting with falcons without permit

Sheikh Abdullah bin Abdul Rahman bin Hamad does not have permits for three hunting falcons he brought into Pakistan.

UAE beats Iran to win right to host Asian Cup in 2019

It will be second time that UAE has organised continent's showcase tournamnent having previously staged it in 1996.

Bahrain closes new TV channel of Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal

Authorities in Bahrain decide to halt activities of Alarab, saying new pan-Arab news channel ‘has not received necessary permits.’