Strange image shows man, 27 with rare, mysterious "elastic" skin syndrome
A doctor who saw the patient said he had never seen a condition like this before.
Watch: Cops Arrest 4 Who Tried to Drive Across Flooded Valley
The driver and three passengers were arrested after they miraculously survived the nail-biting drama that was caught on video.
Extreme Droughts Aided Rise of Islam in Arabia 1,500 Years Ago
Climate data stored in a cave shows a lack of rain around the year 520 coincided with societal upheaval in Arabia.
More Countries Added to CDC COVID High Risk List As U.S. Cases Drop
A majority of the world's countries currently qualify as having a "very high risk" for COVID-19.
Archeologists Find Rare 4,000-Year-Old Board Game
The Bronze Age board had markings and holes, and was discovered as part of an archeological dig in the Middle East.
Oman COVID-19 Cases Triple in 1 Month, Hospital Beds Near Capacity
"People are waiting to receive beds," Dr. Nabil bin Muhammed al-Lawait, the Muscat field hospital director, told state-run media. "There is great pressure on hospital beds...and a shortage of medical staff."
Can U.S. and Iran Avoid 'Forever War'? New Threats, Possible Path to Peace
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif challenged President Donald Trump to "drain the swamp" of Washington war hawks like John Bolton.
Trump Given Perfume Packaged in Reptile Skin
Saudi Arabia and China were among the most generous in gifting to the president.
Woman Who Allegedly Cooked Lover Says He Attacked Her
Police say the woman then fed the dish to Pakistani workers who lived nearby.
Will Gulf Arab States Normalize Ties With Israel?
Although progress appears unlikely to many experts, a successful peace deal between Israelis and Palestinians could have widespread ramifications throughout the region.
Al Gore Calls Record-Breaking Heat 'Ominous'
The temperature in Quriyat, Oman, did not drop below 108.7 degrees over a 24-hour period.
Avicii: Everything We Know About The DJ's Death So Far
Authorities said there is no criminal suspicion in Avicii's death.
Elliott Abrams: Is Bahrain Finished?
Can Bahrain be saved from increasing repression, subversion, and violence?
What Does the Death of Saleh Mean for the Yemen War?
Saudi Arabia led the military intervention to reinstate Saleh's deputy Hadi as the legitimate ruler.
500-Year-Old Navigation Device Found in Shipwreck
A series of tests have shown the artifact to be an astrolabe, recovered from the Esmeralda in the Indian Ocean.
Why War Crimes Against Children Bear No Repercussions
UN report says the killing and maiming of children remains the most prevalent violation of children's rights in Yemen.
Qatar Dispute Is Hindering Our Ability to Fight ISIS
Starting with the contradictory signals coming out of the White House and State.
Is the Qatar Crisis Veering Out of America's Control?
Qatar has become a proxy fight between Iran and Saudi Arabia, with the U.S. on the sidelines.
What Does Trump Think of the Saudi Prince Switch?
Trump's "Saudi first" plans risk subcontracting Middle East policy to Riyadh.
What Is Saudi Arabia Going to Do With Its Arms Buildup?
Will the kingdom turn on its neighbors to head off a revolt at home?
Why the Middle East Is Carrying Out Mass Executions
In 2017, Kuwait and Bahrain carried out their first state-sanctioned killings in several years.
Trump's Botched Yemen Raid: What Went Wrong
The operation aimed to capture or kill a top Al-Qaeda terrorist, and failed.
Yemen Denies Reports It Banned U.S. From Ground Ops
Yemen's foreign minister said it would abide by agreements despite concern over a recent failed U.S. raid.
U.S. Yemen Strikes Could Strengthen Al-Qaeda
The International Crisis Group warned that the group's Yemen branch is stronger than ever.
Shifting Sands: How Long Can Oman Be an Oasis of Peace?
The country's leader, Sultan Qaboos bin Said, has ruled for 46 years but reportedly has terminal cancer.
American Prisoners Released by Yemen's Houthis
State Department expresses gratitude to the Omani government and label release as a 'humanitarian gesture.'
U.N. Blacklists Saudi Coalition Over Child Deaths
The Iranian-backed Shiite Houthi rebels were also added to the U.N. blacklist over violations in the conflict.
ISIS Suicide Bomb Kills 47 Police in Yemen Town
Government forces, backed by the U.S., recaptured Mukalla town from Al-Qaeda jihadis last month.
Thailand: Dozens Quarantined To Prevent Spread of MERS
The 71-year-old from Oman lead to at least 32 people going into quarantine.
A Magical, Musical Arabian Night in Oman's Muscat
Muscat's Royal Opera House, the first in the Gulf, attracts the finest Western musicians