Officials have dropped her 16-month sentence for having sex outside marriage
Alwaleed, a nephew of the Saudi king, ranks 26th on Forbes’ list of the world’s richest people
The bank has been put on a credit watch by Fitch
Mubarak: Egyptians ‘should not be detained, harassed or denied their freedom of expression’
Show aims to show ‘friend and foe’ that sanctions have not slowed Iran
Christians described as ‘hard-line’ missionaries who have ‘inserted themselves into Islam like a parasite’
The tree was unveiled last week with full fanfare in a hotel that features its own gold bar vending machine
FIFA’s top officials left open the option of rescheduling the 2022 World Cup in Qatar to avoid the blistering summer
Alerted to the plot by Saudi intelligence, security officials chased the two packages across five countries, trying frantically over the next two days to prevent an explosion that could have come at any moment
The GOP needs to nominate a presidential candidate who is well-versed in national security issues.
The US’s approach to fighting the terror threat emanating from Yemen isn’t working.
'Credible threat' - National Journal
President calls threat ‘credible,’ says packages apparently contained explosive materials
Fran Crippen, a medal-winning open-water swimmer on the U.S. national team, told his coach he wasn’t feeling well late in a race before he died in the United Arab Emirates on Saturday
TheDC Analysis: Unicorns, centaurs and a 'moment of opportunity' for peace in the Middle East - TheDC
A ‘moment of opportunity’ for Arab-Israeli peace? Fiction. Forging an Arab-Israeli alliance against Iran? Nonfiction.
The UAE is committing gross human rights violations.
Government-sponsored trip for imam behind Ground Zero mosque raises First Amendment, radical Islam concerns
An obscure Al Qaeda-linked group claimed responsibility for the recent attack on a Japanese oil tanker, alarming terror experts
The kingdom expressed concern that the device is a security threat because encrypted information is routed through overseas computers
The United Arab Emirates outlined plans to block BlackBerry e-mail, messaging and Web browsing services in a crackdown that could jeopardize efforts to establish the country as an international business hub
Ousted prime minister is charged with terrorism and fomenting unrest in Bangkok