Arabs spend a whopping $27 billion annually on health tourism and this figure is expected to rise significantly in the coming years, it was revealed at the 10th World Health Tourism Congress (WHTC), held in Dubai, UAE.
A divided US appeals court said the federal government's top law enforcers can be sued by former inmates who claim their civil rights were violated while jailed after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks because they were Arab, Muslim or stereotyped t
Arab leaders at a summit in Egypt will announce the formation of a unified regional force to counter growing security threats, according to a draft of the final communique, as conflicts rage in countries such as Yemen and Libya.
As war rages in Gaza, Arab states will likely try to heighten diplomatic pressure on Israel over its assumed nuclear arsenal at next month's annual meeting of the UN nuclear agency's 160 member states, said diplomats.
Arabs have been urged to stand united and defend their common interests amid mounting challenges and threats. Consolidation of joint Arab action has now become imperative, His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa
London police have reassured Arab visitors to the city that they are safe in the UK capital following a gang attack on an Emirati couple this week.
The couple were attacked with guns, knives and hammers when the gang raided their
Arab states must address water challenges if they are to achieve the Millennium Development Goals, attain prosperity, and reach a future of sustainable human development, says a new United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) report.
Among the consequences facing US President Barack Obama if he decides against arming Syria's rebels is that Arab and European states may step in more aggressively, perhaps further fracturing rebel forces.
A landmark attempt to set global rules for overseeing the Internet is threatening to fall apart as a rift pitting the US and some Western countries against the rest of the world widened, participants in the talks said.
A 12-day co
The United States, Saudi Arabia and dozens of other countries have agreed that further economic sanctions were needed to stop President Bashar Al-Assad from repressing Syrian people and urged nations to adopt an arms embargo, travel bans and tough