A woman with her children watch a bear in an enclosure at the sanctuary in Jerash, some 50km north of the Jordanian capital. Agence France-Presse
Pakistani laws make it easy to import exotic animals, but once inside the country regulation is almost non-existent.
A sound installation based on interviews with former detainees at a high-security prison in Syria has been nominated for Britain's Turner Prize for contemporary art in a shortlist unveiled on Wednesday.
More than a year after the militant group fled, Syrian boys and girls are finally back on stage — bobbing to the rhythm of drums in the northern city of Raqa.
The Middle East Facility Management Association (MEFMA) recently put the spotlight on the pressing challenges facing the facilities management (FM) sector in Jordan during its first networking event in the country. The workshop and networking event proved to be both timely and strategic as the Jordanian FM
MBRSC has given the online community a chance to direct questions to Hazzaa AlMansoori through the hashtag #AskHazzaa. He will then answer selected questions during the live sessions.
Soon, customers flying from Dubai to any of Emirates’ 12 destinations in the US will be able to choose facial recognition technology at the departure gates, reducing the time taken for identity checks to two seconds or less.
Paris police used tear gas on Saturday to disperse anti-government demonstrators who try to revive the yellow vest movement in protest at perceived economic injustice and French President