November 11, 2014
After only a brief illness caused by excessive smoking, Maali Zayed died Monday afternoon.
Perhaps the most neglected major news story unfolding in the Middle East is the systematic repression of the region’s LGBT community.
A government ultimatum for NGOs to register under a law they say will restrict their activities expired on Monday.
The show will go on, no matter what his friends think!
“Shell Egypt will not work in deep water research and exploration after its experience in the Mediterranean, which cost us millions of dollars.”
November 10, 2014
It's been awhile since we've seen her on the silver screen, but Ruby is back in business come next holy month in "Wali Al Ahed" (The Crown Prince).
Egyptian militant group Ansar Beit Al-Maqdis purportedly swore allegiance to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) militant group and called on Egyptians to take up arms against the government.
Hany Sarie-Eldin, head of Sarie-Eldin and Partners Legal Advisors, said the move will thwart the government’s efforts to revive confidence in the economy.
November 9, 2014
An orchestra played famed Mozart's Symphony no. 40 surprising the people gathered around the Cairo Festival City mall.
What exactly is Ghada Abdel Razek playing at? Director Mamdouh Shaheen has accused the actress of running off with his thousands!
Egyptian actress Maali Zayed is said to be suffering from cancer. Our fears have been confirmed.
Maybe it was wishful thinking from relatives, but Amy Samir Ghanem was only rumored to have gotten engaged. She's still single, Dudes!
With Egyptian and Lebanese armies in mind for their daily subjection to terrorist attacks, Tamer Hosny uses his voice to show some patriotism.
Egyptian security forces killed eight suspected militants in the Sinai Peninsula as part of ongoing anti-jihadist operations.
Three-day visit will include 66 large American companies in energy, telecommunications, food, pharmaceuticals, banking, infrastructure and other sectors