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8 min ago | TheIndyChannel
JESSE EISENBERG flew to Israel this week shortly before U.S. authorities imposed a travel ban due to the ongoing conflict in the Middle East, and he has refused to let the violence ruin his trip.
4 hrs ago | WFIE-TV Evansville
Ghalib al-Zamili said that Riyadh al-Adhadah is now back at home Saturday, a day after gunmen traveling in 10 black SUVs took him from his home in Baghdad along with his four bodyguards.
5 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald
In the aftermath of the attack on Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 last week and the rocket strike near Ben-Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv this week, people planning to fly to the Middle East or on a route crossing Eastern Europe have been left wondering whether or not they could - or should - continue with their travel plans.
DOHA: Vegetable production in Qatar comes down drastically during the summer months when the weather is harsh.
DOHA: Remittances from Qatar have surged 30 percent in the past few days compared to normal days due to Eid holidays.
Muscat: As the Holy Month draws to a close, Oman is in the mood to celebrate. Walk into any supermarket, mall or souq it is bursting with activity and business.
Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan inaugurated a $4 billion high-speed train link between Istanbul and Ankara on Friday, the latest in a series of "mega projects" he hopes will help him win a presidential election in a few weeks time.
The brother of an alleged Crawley suicide bomber has spoken of his sister-in-law's grief following her husband's disappearance in Syria.
Two Irish entrepreneurs make a pitch at an event held last week in Dublin by the Ireland-Israel Business Network Tech people aren't overly concerned about the anti-Israel, even anti-Semitic headlines that have been cropping up in places like India and Ireland over the conflict with Hamas in Gaza.
A mega gallery of photos from readers of the Narooma News around the world on every continent holding up their favourite newspaper!!! DUBAI: Daralynne Procter, with a specially selected copy of the 'Narooma News', on the observation deck of the worlds tallest building, the Burj Dubai.
An Air Canada jet sits at the gate at Toronto's Pearson airport. An Air Canada jet sits at the gate at Toronto's Pearson airport.
The skyscraper build-out comes as China's leaders grapple with the best way to build cities and accommodate a swelling urban population.
People inspect the destroyed Mosque of The Prophet Younis, or Jonah, in Mosul, 225 miles northwest of Baghdad, Iraq, Thursday, July 24, 2014.
Israel on Thursday said India's support to a UN Human Rights Council resolution to launch a probe into its offensive on Gaza will not affect "strong" ties between the two countries.
Israelis yelled at Turks in Ataturk airport today, after the US Federal Aviation Administration lifted its ban on flights to Tel Aviv, and Turkish Airlines responded by extending its ban until July 31. Placing nearly four thousand stranded Israelis on outbound flights has been a challenge, no doubt aggravated by the fact that Turkey will not let El ... (more)
The Haifa Symphony closes its season with a semi-staged production of Rossini's The Barber of Seville on Sunday and Monday.
The Eton Institute community of staff, students, instructors and patrons came together this July, to join hands and fight poverty in the UAE.
Updated: Sat Jul 26, 2014 01:05 pm
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