Jordan's prime minister says the Arab Spring has forced governments in the region to allow more freedom of expression and of the press.
Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri Al-Maliki said on Monday that he will overhaul the country's security strategy and personnel, as a wave of unrest killed more than 300 people so far this month.
Armed men on Monday attacked Mellitah gas complex in western Libya, wounding a soldier and a leader of the brigade which guards the complex, the official Lana news agency reported.
Tunisia's Prime Minister Ali Larayedh vowed firm action against Ansar Al-Sharia, in remarks published Monday, after bloody clashes between police and members of the radical group.
The emir of Qatar, a strong supporter of the Syrian rebels, on Monday slammed what he called inaction by the international community over the conflict there, lamenting the failure to reach a political solution.
Yahoo is buying online blogging forum Tumblr for $1.1 billion as CEO Marissa Mayer tries to rejuvenate an Internet icon that had fallen behind the times.
A hot-air balloon flying over Cappadocia, a tourist destination in central Turkey, crashed after colliding with another balloon on Monday, killing a Brazilian passenger and injuring 24 other people, the Anatolian news agency said.
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said Monday he had agreed with his Chinese counterpart.
A Pakistani court on Monday granted bail to former army chief and president Pervez Musharraf who has been under house arrest on charges of failing to provide adequate security for former prime minister Benazir Bhutto before her 2007 assassination.
Most foreign consulates in Jeddah are swamped with applications of their nationals who want to correct their status before the grace period ends.
Filipino household service workers (HSWs) in Saudi Arabia can now enjoy more rights and better protection after the signing of a “historic” agreement between the Kingdom and the Philippines in Jeddah on Sunday.
Ersat Hurmuzlu, Chief Adviser to Turkish President Abdullah Gul, has stressed the great importance of the visit to Turkey by Crown Prince Salman Bin Abdul Aziz, Deputy Premier and Minister of Defense, in light of the crises in the region that require Saudi-Turkish coordination.
Under tight security, Pakistani officials Sunday held a repeat election in a district of violence-plagued Karachi, despite the killing of a senior politician in the city the day before.
Former general Thein Sein on Monday becomes the first Myanmar president to be welcomed to the White House in almost 47 years, crowning a dramatic diplomatic rehabilitation for his nation after years of international isolation.
Arsenal qualified for the Champions League for the 16th straight season after edging Tottenham for fourth place in the
After all these years, Rafael Nadal still knows how to dominate Roger Federer.
Stuart Broad bowled England to victory in the first Test as New Zealand suffered a dramatic fourth-day collapse at
David Beckham bade a tearful farewell to Paris.
Oxbow won the 138th Preakness Stakes Saturday as heavily favored Kentucky Derby winner Orb finished fourth — his bid
Playing catch-up for three quarters, the Alaska Aces suddenly exploded when it mattered most in the final quarter to
Brandon McCarthy pitched a three-hitter for his first win since being struck in the head by a line drive last season,
Logan Couture scored early in overtime to help the San Jose Sharks to a 2-1 victory over the Stanley Cup champion Los
Kuwait's vital oil sector has undergone a major reshuffle, with new executives appointed for the subsidiaries of Kuwait Petroleum Corp, after a new KPC chief was named, the national oil firm said
Asia's mobile revolution is set to transform the region's financial services industry, offering a cheap way for millions of migrant workers to send money home to their families, a report said on
The Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) was host to a high-level business delegation from the Czech
The prevailing movement that is becoming popular in Saudi Arabia, labeled ‘Consumerization of IT’ or Bring Your Own
There are 1.8 million small and medium businesses in the Kingdom yet only 71% of which are actually operating.
The 3rd Saudi International Real Estate Conference (SAIREC) opened Sunday.
Using art as a means of addressing social concerns, the young artists of Saudi Arabia have helped play a large part in
Google staged four discussions expounding on the finer points of its "Glass" wearable computer during last week's developer conference.
Mirjana Filipovic is still haunted by the land mine blast that killed her boyfriend and blew off her left leg while on fishing trip nearly a decade ago. It happened in a field that was supposedly
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A Chinese man who was abducted as a child about 23 years ago said he was able to find his family with the help of Google Maps, upi.com reported.