December 10, 2014
U2's Films of Innocence, launched online for only 24 hours, is based on the thirteenth studio album by the Irish rock band.
December 9, 2014
An Egyptian court sentenced leading political activist and blogger Ahmed Douma to three years in prison for "insulting court judges."
A trade mission of 50 major Italian companies in the energy and logistics sector will hold investment talks during a visit to Cairo in February.
Egypt will be the second – after Kuwait – to sign a nuclear memorandum with Jordan
After a long battle with cancer, the mother of resigned actress Hannah Turk has passed away.
Foreign reserves reached $15.8bn at the end of November 2014, marking a $1.1bn decrease from $16.9bn in October.
December 8, 2014
Written "Huriyah" in Arabic or "Freedom" as it means in English, the actress's new body ink has fans goin' cray-cray.
The Canadian embassy in Cairo was closed Monday due to security concerns a day after Britain's embassy was shut until further notice.
Four Muslim Brotherhood members were sentenced to death for killing protesters who stormed the blacklisted group's headquarters last year.
December 7, 2014
An Egyptian court has sentenced four members of the Muslim Brotherhood to death as part of the government’s intensifying crackdown on supporters of ousted president, Mohamed Morsi.
The Egyptian National Film Festival runs 5-12 December. Screenings are being held in two halls at the Cairo Opera House, in addition to Alexandria's Freedom Centre for Creativity.
The British embassy in Cairo suspended public services on Sunday for security reasons. The embassy cites risks of terrorism in particular.
A new medication provided by the Egyptian government may mean a total cure for Egyptian actor Khaled al Sawi's Hepatitis C.
December 6, 2014
Interpol issued arrest warrants for more than 40 senior Muslim Brotherhood affiliated figures.
Egypt's army and border guards arrested 100 illegal migrants attempting to enter Libya.