Bilingual staff journalist based in London.
Ali Abdo Chamas, a resident of the group's stronghold in southern Beirut, publicly insulted the leader of Hizballah on Wednesday, sparking a fierce backlash and a televised apology.
A group of experts have warned that Mubarak may be reunited with his ill-gotten wealth by Christmas, as the orders to freeze his accounts may soon be lifted.
Lawmakers have criticised the UAE for its appalling work conditions - leading to sky-rocketing suicide rates among migrant workers.
Two men were found not guilty of criminal damage on Thursday after they broke into a BAE base to sabotage a fighter jet bound for Yemen.
Society: Jihad ('Jay') Abdo was once a prominent actor in the Arab world before he fled to America for a life of poverty - and a fledgling Hollywood career.
Jamie Harron collected his passport on Monday morning after his three-month prison sentence for 'public indecency' was dropped by Dubai's Sheikh Mohammed.
Israel approved the sale of patrol boats to the Myanmar navy amid evidence and reports the armed forces were allegedly responsible for 'ethnic cleansing'.
The family of a British man facing trial for touching a man's hip in a bar have been warned their criticism of the UAE government could land them in jail.
The Libyan antiquities department is seeking funding to help convert an old palace into the city's new museum, housing thousands of ancient treasures.
Film review: Wajib tackles the complex relationship between a Palestinian father and son, divided by their completely different world experiences.