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Al Arabiya

Al Arabiya (Arabic: العربية‎ al-ʿArabīyah) is an Arabic-language television news station. Launched on March 3, 2003, the station is based in Dubai Media City, United Arab Emirates, and is partly owned by the Saudi broadcaster Middle East Broadcasting Center (MBC). Read More

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Shirley Sotloff
Islamic State: Mother of 2nd Beheading Victim Steven Sotloff Appealed To IS Last Week, Jihadist John Is Still The Knife Wielder

By IBTimes AU

The family of Steven Sotloff, the second apparent beheading victim of the Islamic State, issued on Tuesday a statement saying they believe that the video just released showing his decapitation is authentic. (Sep 03)

MORE TOPICS: IRAQ, THE NEW YORK TIMES, NEW YORK

Within minutes into the show, Shaker al-Jawhary (right) grew furious and launched himself at Mohammad Sharif al-Jaiousy (YouTube)
Jordanian Journalists Destroy TV Set during Debate on Assad's Syria Regime [VIDEO]

By IBTimes IN

This is not new in the country as on several occasions heated political debates have turned violent. (May 09)

MORE TOPICS: SILVER

Matthew and Grace Huang, a U.S. couple who were accused of murdering their adopted daughter Gloria, stand outside the entrance of the Court of First Instance after their trial in Doha
Los Angeles Couple Sentenced to 3 Years in Jail with 15,000 Riyals Fine for Causing Death of Adopted Child

By IBTimes AU

A year after the arrest of Matthew and Grace Huang for allegedly forcing starvation to adopted daughter, the American couple from Los Angeles had been sentenced to spend three years in jail in Qatar, according to reports. (Mar 28)

MORE TOPICS: COURT, LOS ANGELES

New Prime Minister of Egypt Ibrahim Mehlab has put a ban on bottled water in government offices
Egyptian Govt Officials Banned from Drinking Bottled Water; New PM Asks to Drink Tap Water

By IBTimes IN

New Egyptian Prime Minister Ibrahim Mehlab said even he will be drinking tap water. (Mar 02)

MORE TOPICS: EGYPT

Somayya Jabarti, Saudi Arabia's first female editor of an English national daily/Facebook
Saudi Arabia Turning Wheels: Appoints Somayya Jabarti as Country's First Female Editor of National Newspaper

By IBTimes IN

Somayya Jabarti has been appointed as the new editor-in-chief of English newspaper Saudi Gazette. She took over the reins from Khaled Almaeena, who has now became the editor-at-large. (Feb 19)

MORE TOPICS: FACEBOOK, ELECTIONS

Man Marries 12-Year-Old Child in NSW, Australia; Police File Child Sex Charges

By IBTimes AU

A 26-year-old man from New South Wales in Sydney was arrested and locked behind bars after reportedly having sexual relations and "marrying" a 12-year-old child bride in a religious ceremony. (Feb 07)

MORE TOPICS: COURT, AUSTRALIA

Syrian opposition leader Ahmed Jarba answers questions during a news conference in Geneva January 23, 2014.
Syrian Opposition Demands Future Without Assad

By Reuters

Syria's opposition leader laid out his demands for talks on ending his country's civil war, calling for the creation of a transitional government that does not include President Bashar al-Assad. (Jan 24)

MORE TOPICS: AL-QAEDA, IRAQ, UNITED NATIONS

Beirut Iran Embassy Suicide Bombing: Al-Qaida-linked Abdullah Azzam Brigades Claim Responsibility [VIDEO]

By IBTimes UK

Tehran’s cultural attaché to Lebanon, Sheikh Ibrahim Ansari, among 23 killed by twin blast in Hezbollah stronghold (Nov 19)

MORE TOPICS: ISRAEL

‘No Woman, No Drive’ Parody Of Saudi Female Drive Ban Goes Viral [VIDEO]

By IBTimes AU

A music video mocking Saudi Arabia’s ban on female driving has gone viral. The “No Woman, No Drive” video, a tongue-in-cheek rendition of Bob Marley’s classic “No Woman, No Cry,” offers a satirical view on one of the country’s current issues. (Oct 29)

Hajj 2013: 630 Pound Woman Winched onto Mount Arafat to Complete Mecca Pilgrimage

By IBTimes UK

Crane helps Egyptian woman complete Hajj in Saudi Arabia. (Oct 15)

MORE TOPICS: INDIA, EGYPT, LONDON