MECCA, Saudi Arabia: As Shahidah Sharif, an African-American Muslim, joined millions of fellow pilgrims from around the world on the Haj this year, she felt a renewed connection.
When the pilgrims return to their home countries after the journey of Haj, they return spiritually refreshed, forgiven of their sins, and ready to start life anew, with a clean slate.
As a long term expat, born and brought up here, I want to bust a fallacy: Saudi Arabia is not a baffling place to live in.
NEW YORK: The name of Apple’s new Mac operating system says a lot about what to expect.
ISTANBUL: A Turkish man died at 70 after spending nearly half a century in a hospital in Turkey “because he had nowhere else to go,” media reported Tuesday.
NEW YORK: A newborn girl with her umbilical cord still attached has plunged from the window of a New York City apartment building, and police are questioning her mother.
Volkswagen finds itself in the limelight again for the wrong reasons after the US Environmental Protection Agency said recently that the company has used illegal software that deceived regulators meas
DUBOIS, Pennsylvania: A police complaint says a 6-year-old boy covered in blood told officers “Joe killed my mommy” when they responded to a 911 call from a Pennsylvania home.
LOS ANGELES: The music publishing company that has been collecting royalties on the song “Happy Birthday To You” for years does not hold a valid copyright on the lyrics to the tune that is one of the
BEIJING: Apple Inc. has removed some applications from its App Store after developers in China were tricked into using software tools that added malicious code in an unusual security breach.
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