March 26, 2014
Security forces in North Sinai have arrested 21 suspected militants and destroyed eight tunnels connecting the border town of Rafah with the Palestinian Gaza Strip, the army reported Wednesday.
Egypt's defense minister is expected to announce his resignation Thursday.
There was a new witness on the stand this week, making Ahmed Ezz's case that much weaker against Zeina's.
We're all well aware of the hype around Haifa Wehbe's film, now Farah Bseiso is taking a stab at a drama with the same name, creating more controversy surrounding "Halawat Al Rouh".
The United States expressed opposition against Egypt's recent decision to sentence 529 Muslim Brotherhood members to the death sentence, describing the act as "unconscionable."
Egypt has finally granted one of their leading filmmakers, Mohamed Khan, citizenship last week.
According to the cabinet’s Monday statement, the project is part of a larger electricity linkage system between Egypt and Gulf countries.
March 25, 2014
Egypt's interim president Adly Mansour called on Arab ministers Tuesday to discuss the implementation of an Arab counter-terrorism treaty before the end of June.
Egyptian actress Nuha Al Amroosi has been busy taking drugs instead of acting this week. The result? She's in police custody as we speak!
Egypt's Electrical Agency has launched an internet application that is designed to help Egyptians reduce their electricity consumption ahead of the summer blackout season.
The United Nations on Tuesday criticized an Egyptian court’s decision to sentence 529 Muslim Brotherhood to death, saying that it contravened international law.
Roughly 700 Morsi supporters will be tried at the Minya Criminal Court on Tuesday.
Qatar's emir condemns fellow Arab countries at Kuwait summit.
The defense team for the Morsi supporters who were recently sentenced to death will appeal the verdict.
Raja Al Jadawi will do her best to answer the questions of her TV viewers on her latest program "Ask Me".