November 20, 2013
An aid convoy delivering medical equipment and food crossed entered Gaza via Rafah crossing for the first time since the June 30 coup which overthrew Muslim Brotherhood president Mohamed Morsi.
It's not easy being famous; you have to watch what you say at all times. But, there's nothing worse than when someone impersonates you in public. Ghada Abdel Razek is finding out just how annoying that is!
Ten soldiers were reported dead Wednesday from a bomb blast targeting a military vehicle in Sinai. Wednesday's blast follows Tuesday's memorial of the 2011 Mohamed Mahmoud street clashes that has left
November 19, 2013
A healthy lead from the first leg was more than enough for the 2010 quarter-finalists to book a place in Brazil
Dozens of supporters and opponents of the army gathered in Tahrir to mark the anniversary of anti-military protests, amid mounting anger over a memorial to those killed in Egypt's uprising.
The Egyptian actress arrested for allegedly smuggling drugs couldn’t be seen as she appeared in court under a veil.
Egypt's interim leader Adly Mansour will not run for president in elections scheduled to commence next year.
The fact-finding committee responsible for investigating the 2011 Mohamed Mahmoud clashes has concluded that security forces are to blame for using excessive force against protestors and causing "deliberate killings."
November 18, 2013
Economic analyst and CEO of Comesa Company Sherif El-Kheriby said that he considers this statement optimistic, but that it would be possible to repay external debts once the economic situation is stable
Having gone to Hajj and all, you'd think Horeya Farghaly would start dressing down a notch. But what's the mystery behind her provocative pic circulating the net?
The latest gossip suggested Tamer Hosny had agreed to work with Ghada Abdel Raziq in “The First Lady”, which he claims is a whole bunch of made up malarkey.
A 6-1 thrashing in the first leg means Kwesi Appiah's men have all but qualified for the World Cup finals but Bob Bradley's side will be eager to restore some pride
At least 24 people have been killed and 28 wounded from a train wreck that occurred early Monday south of Cairo following the late Sunday killing of a police officer in the capital.
As government statements indicate that a proposed dialogue will not commence with the country's Muslim Brotherhood, an insider of the Islamist group shared with reporters that the decision to endorse a "national dialogue" was a result of interests and pressures from outside groups.
The number of unemployed increased by 30,000 in Q3 2013, resulting in some 3.6 million jobless Egyptians.