Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- Remains of the Great Wall of China were found in north China's Hebei Province, and while the central structure of the wall was damaged due to neglect, the walls are still in good condition.
Dubai United Arab Emirates:- An Egyptian expedition is conducting archaeological excavations that led to the discovery of a tomb of the royal cleansing priest in the reign of King Nefir Ay Ka Ra of the fifth Dynasty, called Waht, dating back more than 4,400 years.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- Seven coffins with dozens of cat mummies and a rare group of stuffed scarab beetles, some of which date back to about 6,000 years, were found near the pyramid of Saqqara south of Cairo.
Tel Aviv: The Israel Museum in Jerusalem will display a 2,000-year-old stone inscription, the first discovery of Jerusalem's full name in Hebrew.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- Announced one of the elders of the Iraqi Sadr movement, the death of "Satan" for reasons explained in a publication on his account in "Facebook".
Sheikh Nizar al-Tamimi said in a series of blog posts on Facebook: "Dear honorable loved ones, honestly and truthfully, I tell you that these are the last months of the evil age of Satan, and will have a storm and a serious impact on the weak."
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (Visi-on News) Fatima Khan, nicknamed "Snape Chat", killed her 18-year-old boyfriend, Khaled Safi, along with her new boyfriend Raza Khan, and sentenced her to 14 years in prison.
Fatima Khan was not only committing her crime, but filmed the scene of her friend's death and published it on Snape Chat. Khaled Safi, dying at the last moments of his life, died from open wounds as his blood was liquid on the ground as he struggled to die after being stabbed in the chest by her other friend, Raza Khan.
Abu Dhabi, Cairo-A miniature version of the Sphinx of sandstone, carved on a base of 27 centimeters in southern Egypt, was found.
The statue was found by an Egyptian archaeological expedition during the project to reduce the groundwater level at the Kom Ombo temple in Aswan.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates/ The Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities said, that a joint French-Egyptian expedition, led by Frederick Gio, had found one of the oldest known villages to date in the Nile Delta region, dating back to the Neolithic period.