February 5, 2014
Formed Egyptian President Mohammad Morsi's murder trial has been adjourned until March 1.
February 4, 2014
It's a sad farewell to 85-year-old performer Zizi Al Badrawy who passed away last week in Egypt. A number of celebrities gathered at the funeral to pay their respects.
Egypt's Foreign Ministry summoned Qatar's charge d'affaires Tuesday, demanding the handover of Islamists from Egypt living in Doha.
The murder trial of Islamist President Mohamed Morsi will begin on Wednesday when the Egyptian court will begin hearing testimonies, including one from a top military officer.
Ahmed Ezz has taken a step towards solving his ongoing drama with Zeina, by finally hiring a lawyer to deal with the lawsuit filed against him.
The Egyptian army shot dead 21 gunmen affiliated to a radical Takfiri group in the northern Sinai peninsula on Tuesday, a security official said.
Egyptian-made short film "Clockwise" will be premiering at Munich's Academy of Fine Arts on Wednesday, February 5.
Asala Nasri is suddenly becoming a negative connotation for Syrian stars. Due to the "Soula" TV show host's anti-Assad stance, any celebrity appearing on her show is deemed a traitor by his supporters.
Journalist and TV host Mahmoud Saad is in critical condition at a London ICU right now.
February 3, 2014
Egypt is positioned to become a regional export hub for Samsung products, with locally-manufactured computer monitors being shipped to Europe.
Egyptian artist Sherihan posted a special photo to her official Instagram page of her and with fellow songstress Majida Al Roumi from back in the day.
After a slow culture week due to political events, the arts and culture scene is back to thriving with a diverse range of events in Cairo, Alexandria and Damanhour.
Song poet Ayman Bahgat Qamar has written a series of songs that reflect the life and times of Egypt over the past three years. Sherine Abdel Wahab and Mohammad Fouad will be gracing some of those lyrics in the special operetta for the Egyptian police force.
Egypt's State Security court has charged three Egyptians and five Israelis for spying for Israel and have been referred to criminal court.
Well, this is never going to end, so we’re writing yet again about the Ahmed Ezz-Zeina never-ending baby drama!