Hundreds Killed as Massive Earthquake Hits Iran-Pakistan Border: Felt in United Arab Emirates, Delhi
Huge earthquake strikes Iran on the Pakistan border a week after 37 killed in 6.1 earthquake.
ILO finds working conditions in Jordan, Lebanon, Kuwait and UAE deplorable.
Gulf nations fear radiation leak from Bushehr nuclear plant in quake zone.
Study finds most adults eat twice as much salt as the recommended daily guidelines.
Iraq remains ravaged by sectarian violence - but what of the key protagonists in the invasion a decade ago?
Cyclist Climbs 2,754 Stairs of Shanghai World Financial Centre on Bike To Aim To Get Into Guinness Book of World Records [Video]
Polish cyclist Krystian Herba climbed 100 floors of the Chinese skyscraper without using a seat on the cycle, and by not touching his arms and feet on the ground
Manchester City monitor UAE international Omar Abdulrahman, amid interest from Arsenal, Barcelona, Borussia Dortmund and Malaga
Hacking Team's Eric Rabe defends the company's right to sell powerful spying software to whoever it chooses.
Abu Dhabi authorities barred human rights activists and journalists from the first hearing of trial against 94 people accused of plotting to overthrow the government
Stan Kroenke is completely committed to Arsenal, according to the club's communication's director, with no buyer in sight as reports claimed a Middle Eastern consortium requested a meeting with the owner.
Consortium of Arab businessmen value Arsenal FC at £1.5bn and Stan Kroenke will have to deal with a summer takeover bid
Arsenal join Barcelona, Borussia Dortmund and Manchester City in race for United Arab Emirates star
Angela Merkel's government has been criticised after sales of German weapons to Gulf states more than doubled in 2012.
Swansea hitman Itay Schechter was barred from entering Dubai because of his Israeli nationality.
Eleven suspects arrested over malware which earned gang up to €1m a year.
Rapper and American Idol judge risked being put in jail after breaking the rules and hugging a man that she was not married to at the airport.
Syrian colonel believed among those killed by rebel al-Nusra terror group's double bombing near Israeli border.
Kingpin gunned down outside Sukhumi restaurant on same day mob boss Aslan Usoyan was being buried in Moscow.
France starts ground offensive to hit al-Qaida-linked rebels with Ecowas-backed African troops ready to join attack.
UAE's Etihad Airways will reportedly acquire 48% stake in struggling carrier Kingfisher.
Academy Award-winning actress Cate Blanchett and Dubai International Film Festival jury member Freida Pinto stole the show at the opening gala of Dubai International Film Festival 2012.
Washington denies Tehran's claim that ScanEagle drone has been captured.
Monster mall to be central attraction of £17bn Mohammed bin Rashid City and attract 80 million shoppers a year.
Growth in tourism has allowed the emirate to revive its stalled development projects.
IBTimes looks ahead to the first test in Ahmedabad between India and England
Big Typhoon deal, which faces competition from France and US, also on agenda.
Human Rights Watch tells IB Times UK that treatment of prisons, rights of prisons and mistreatment of foreign workers all require urgent attention.
Senegal international Ibrahima Toure would like to test himself in the Premier League by playing for Arsenal
Following its mega deal with Saudi Arabia, BAE expects further orders from Oman, the UAE and Qatar.
Row over crackdown on Islamist groups said to be reason for exclusion.