MAKKAH, SAUDI ARABIA: After spending thousands of dollars to reach Makkah for the hajj, Muslim pilgrims face another unavoidable cost – for the armful of gifts they are expected to take home.
This Eid-ul-Azha, a camel which drinks tea and eats potato chips garnered everyone's attention at Faisalabad makeshift cattle market.
LONDON: Flames once again licked the historic buildings of Britain's capital as a wooden replica of 17th century London went up in smoke to mark the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London.
SYDNEY: Australians paid tribute to the memory of "Crocodile Hunter" Steve Irwin on Sunday on the tenth anniversary of the death of the iconic television celebrity and conservationist.
Some of the world’s biggest consumer groups are making halal face creams and shampoos for Indonesia ahead of a new labeling law, part of a broader push to cater to growing Muslim populations as sales in many Western markets slow.