The Interior Ministry has issued a new report which details the accomplishments of Yemen's security forces in 2013.
A women's battalion in al-Raqa is carrying out floggings and enforcing a dress code among women of the province.
Egypt's population has risen by one million in the last six months, leading experts to warn of the impact of rapid population growth.
When Remy Rebeiz died from an undiagnosed heart condition, his parents started a foundation to raise awareness about his condition and the need for defibrillators.
Local and international officials denounce the attack which killed three members of the security forces.
Michaella is performing the lead role in a new musical about Lebanon written and directed by playwright Romeo Lahoud.
The Ministry of Social Affairs and Labour is orchestrating a massive campaign to collect pledged donations and deliver assistance to the Syrian people.
The Ministry of Religious Endowments has introduced new measures to prevent Egypt's mosques from being used as political pulpits.
Gold and jewellery merchants in Bahrain have formed an association to enhance the sector and tap new markets.
A new government decision sets a 30% representation quota for women in administrative and leadership positions.
The 'Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant' has imposed new rules on Christians in al-Raqa restricting their religious freedom.
The National Museum of Egyptian Civilisation is now under construction and is expected to open to the public later this year, museum officials said.
Pakistani and Afghan analysts cite a redirection of Arab funding as one reason for the squeeze.
The kingdom moves to toughen punishments against its citizens who are fighting in conflicts or inciting violence abroad.
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Recent videos, including one that appears to show a 4-year-old being trained to fire an assault rifle in Syria, have sparked concern about child recruitment and abuse.
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