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One for the road: Young Aussies and Kiwis gather on Backpacker Street, Istanbul before heading to Galipolli.
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DOHA: The Ministry of Municipality and Urban Planning has announced several measures to popularise the free West Bay shuttle bus service launched in January, which has few takers.
The second part of Ron Ben-Yishai 's conversation with the four heads of Israeli Military Intelligence research and analysis division.
An IDF vehicle traveling along the Egypt-Israel border Sunday evening was struck by a bullet shot from the Sinai during a gunbattle between Egyptian forces and drug smugglers.
Palm fronds and wooden crosses clutched in their hands, throngs of Christians have spent Holy Week retracing the last steps Jesus took before his death and resurrection in the ancient Old City of Jerusalem, while hundreds of thousands of Jews have made their own pilgrimages for the eight-day holiday of Passover.
Iran has protested to the United Nations that Washington's refusal of a visa for one of its diplomats to head its U.N. mission in New York is a violation of international law.
Christian pilgrims hold candles Saturday at the church of the Holy Sepulcher, believed to be the burial site of Jesus Christ, in Jerusalem's Old City.
Under the direction of Dr. Eric Conway, The Morgan State University Choir will embark on its first Middle East tour.
I went to Jerusalem to visit my daughter Tamar, who is studying there for the year.
During Holy Week and on Easter Sunday, millions of Christians imagine, as they hear the story of Christ's crucifixion and resurrection, the setting in Jerusalem.
To put it mildly, the United States and Iran have a rather strained relationship .
Imagine doing things like this in the middle of a desert: Skiing down a snow-packed mountain in an indoor ski resort the size of a city block; looking down at the world from atop a half-mile-high building; looking up at a soaring skeleton of a 155-million-year-old dinosaur; riding a glass-bottom boat over a 2.6-million-gallon aquarium, home to ... (more)
Construction of what will become the next world's tallest building is set to begin next week in Saudi Arabia.
When was the last time you gazed in awe at the petals of the multi-colored eastern golden drop? Sniffed the delicate fragrance of the Ramon marjoram plant? Or feasted your eyes on the regal petals of the stunning blue sage? You can view all three of these rare delights on a marvelous spring walk through the Mt.
Move over, Dubai. If Saudi Arabia's newest construction project goes as planned, the Burj Khalifa could be dethroned as the world's tallest tower.
For some of the scientists and doctors who helped the world battle the 2003 SARS outbreak, the recent rapid rise in human infections in several Middle Eastern countries caused by a cousin virus is creating a sense of sharp unease.