Six football officials were arrested in Zurich early Wednesday upon request from US authorities, suspected of receiving bribes worth millions of dollars, Swiss authorities said.
Kabul's historic Bagh-e Babur gardens are one of the few remaining vestiges of serenity in a city awash with snipers, checkpoints and post-traumatic stress.
The founder and CEO of the Bayyinah Institute for Arabic and Qur'anic Studies examines a common question that almost all of us have at some points in our life.
Armed with a remotely operated mini-helicopter, National Geographic engineer Alan Turchik gets a bird’s-eye view of 3,000-year-old royal burial chambers. The unique perspective is helping to unravel ancient Nubian mysteries.
No false advertising needed. We mean it when we say this is the best view of Singapore you will ever see.
An extended trip abroad lays the foundation for her future conversion to the faith.
As the year 2013 started, Rana had lost her job as an employee in a Tourist Agency in Cairo because of the revolution and the collapse of the tourism activity in Egypt.
Religious scholar and "Zealot" author Reza Aslan describes how religion is malleable and can be interpreted in both violent and peaceful ways.
Is English the only language that keeps on adding new words year on year? Find out who are the latest additions to the dictionary this year.
Hijabi Housewife takes us on a journey - and quite literally in her car - to share with her us conversion story and why she owns dogs.
Check out the best Islamic mobile apps available in the market today, as testified by the Hijabi Housewife.
Since National Geographic mentioned the electric-blue flame of Ijen, tourist numbers has increased. The phenomenon has occurred for a long time, but before, there was no midnight hiking.
One day on the phone between Beirut and Paris, my mother told me: "Your father has serious financial problems, he must sell his school, he has no choice, the banks have no mercy.”
Sepp Blatter goes into one of the toughest days of his 40 years at football's governing body revered by some as the beautiful game's 'Jesus' and scorned by others as a rogue clinging to power.
In a rare show of unity, France's parliament has voted unanimously to ban food waste in big supermarkets, by outlawing the destruction of unsold food products.
Sheikha Lubna Al Qasimi is ranked as 42nd in Forbes' 100 Most Powerful Women in the world. So, who exactly is she?
Egyptian-born film legend Omar Sharif, star of Oscar-winning classics such as "Lawrence of Arabia" and "Doctor Zhivago", is suffering from Alzheimer's disease, his agent said.
There is a little-known story of three English gentlemen who embraced Islam at a time when to be a Muslim was to be seen to be a traitor to your country. Through personal journeys of still surviving relatives, the programme looks at their achievements and how their legacy lives on today.