Yemen's president Saleh is out. But real change remains elusive.
Yemen election removed Ali Abdullah Saleh from office after more than 3 decades. But the leader still looms large.
Delhi-Israel bomb Update: India hedges on Israel demand for UN resolution
In curious reversal of its past struggles with Pakistan, India demands more evidence before it will back censuring Iran
Mustapha Ouanes, a member of a Saudi prince's traveling entourage, convicted of rape
Ouanes, an engineer and businessman, has been convicted of raping a woman in his hotel room in New York in 2010.
Saudi blogger Hamza Kashgari may face execution for "blasphemous" tweets about the Prophet Muhammad
Kashgari wrote tweets saying "I will not pray for you" about the Prophet Muhammad. After being extradited from Malaysia, he may face execution in Saudi Arabia.
Hamza Kashgari may be killed over his Tweets. Did Interpol play a role in his capture?
Accused of Islamic blasphemy, Saudi Arabian nabbed in Malaysia
Malaysia deports Hamza Kashgari, Saudi journalist accused of insulting Prophet Muhammad
Malaysia has deported Hamza Kashgari, the Saudi journalist and blogger accused of insulting the Prophet Muhammad in comments made on Twitter.
Hamza Kashgari, Saudi writer, arrested in Malaysia for offensive Tweet (VIDEO)
Hamza Kashgari, the Saudi writer accused of insulting the prophet, was arrested in Malaysia.
Report: Saudi Arabia to acquire nuclear weapons if Iran tests bomb
If Iran tests a nuclear weapon, Saudi Arabia plans to acquire nuclear weapons and begin its own enrichment program "within weeks," a report said.
Saudi Arabian activist Manal al-Sherif tells women to demand the right to drive
The icon of Saudi Arabia's "Women2Drive" campaign appears on national television urging other women to follow her example
Ethiopian Christians face deportation from Saudi Arabia for "illicit mingling"
Thirty-five Ethiopian Christians may be thrown out of the country after police raided a private prayer meeting in Jeddah in the run-up to Christmas.
Israel's hobbyist hackers cause a stir, but not much else
Israeli security experts say recent hacks are nothing compared to what is possible.
Egypt's tourism revenues drop 30 percent in 2011, a year of tumult
Continuing instability from the Jan 25 revolution has kept visitors away and left the economy hurting.
Hackers target Israel's stock market, airline
A hacker network based in Saudi Arabia paralyzed two key Israeli websites.
Israel warns hackers not to retaliate for credit card attacks
After thousands of credit card details are posted online, the Israeli government says retaliation should be left to legitimate state authorities.
Business Insider: Tales of billionaire Prince Alwaleed
Dwarf throwing, illegal hunting, money burning, and more ...
Saudi-Israeli hacking scandal continues
In response to the Saudis, Israeli hackers have exacted revenge.
Saudi hackers Group-XP say they published 400,000 Israelis' credit card details
Group-XP, a collective of Saudi hackers, say they have published credit card details of 400,000 Israelis after hacking into one of Israel's largest sports websites.
Abu Railin: Saudi Arabia discount chain caught selling Israeli goods
The Saudi company was caught selling Israeli-made pencils, a violation of the Arab boycott on Israeli goods.
US sells F-15s to Saudi Arabia, worth $30 billion
The United States announced the sale of over 80 F-15s to Saudi Arabia on Thursday.
Sudan says it killed Khalil Ibrahim, leader of Darfur's main rebel group
Sudan's armed forces said Sunday that they had killed Khalil Ibrahim, the leader of Darfur's main rebel group.
Canadian lingerie retailer perked up by Arab Spring
La Vie en Rose, a Canadian lingerie company, is making a push into the Middle East and plans to open new stores in Tunisia and Egypt.
Opinion: Saudi women's suffrage mired in suppression
Fundamentalists keep power in male hands despite King Abdullah's progressive statements.
Opinion: Internet changing Saudis' relationship with authority, not religion
The internet provides online venues for connecting with leaders and venting frustrations — but conservative Islam rules.
Woman in Saudi Arabia executed for 'sorcery'
A woman accused of sorcery was beheaded today, the Saudi Interior Ministry says.
Osama bin Laden's wives to leave Pakistan and return to homeland
Osama bin Laden's three wives, who were discovered during the raid that killed the former Al Qaeda leader by American armed forces, are free to return to their homeland.
Women drivers would "end virginity" in Saudi Arabia, report finds
A report in Saudi Arabia has found that relaxing a ban on female drivers would mean the end of virginity in the country.
Yemeni President Saleh to resign, UN says
Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh is in Saudi Arabia where he will resign under a Gulf-brokered peace plan.
Bus of Turkish pilgrims attacked in Syria
In Syria, a bus carrying Turkish pilgrims has come under attack near the flashpoint city of Homs.
Twittering from afar
Deposed by Hezbollah, twice, former Prime Minister Saad Hariri’s long absence from Lebanon had left supporters bewildered, until he started Tweeting – a lot!
Hajj 2011: Muslims Pilgrimage to Mecca (Photos)
More than 2.5 million Muslims from around the world are expected to perform the hajj.
Iranian pilgrims deported from Saudi Arabia on eve of hajj
Iranian pilgrims traveling to Saudi Arabia for hajj have been deported due to claims that they held fake visas.