Another day, another story of an Arab celeb claiming innocence to fraud charges. This time Libyan singer Hamid Al Shaeri tries to clear his name.
The anti-Morsi campaign calling for early Egyptian presidential elections has got its targeted 15 million signatures, a campaign official announced on Wednesday.
Muna Zaki wants to play the tough girl and perform her own dangerous stunts in her new Ramadan drama "Asia". Her demanding request has costs the production company a fortune on an insurance policy.
In an interview with Al-Watan newspaper, former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak says that he could have remained in power if he wanted do and that he only quit office to save lives
After many delays and much criticism for it, Egyptian songster Rami Sabri's new promised album release date is today! Will it come true?
Photo display in Cairo's happenin' Sufi Bookstore takes us into the Tango-ed world of passion and romance.
June 18, 2013
Following the appointment of a former high ranking Muslim Brotherhood official as a governor, clashes erupted outside the HQ of the Gharbiya governorate, injuring 15 people.
Ghada Abdel Raziq has a new show coming to town this Ramadan with a character that's got some cray-cray problems in 'A Life's Story'.
June 17, 2013
For one reason or another, some gossip sites felt it their duty to spread the horrible rumor that Abeer Sabri is dead.
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi swore in 17 new provincial governors on Sunday evening. Seven of them are members of the Muslim brotherhood
It's gonna be awesome in Alexandria with Oufuqy Music Festival coming to town. From 17-23 June, the city will be infiltrated with 12 concerts, 7 film screenings, 3 workshops, an improvised jam night, and thousands of fans!
Palm Hills, Egypt's second-biggest listed property developer, plans to increase its capital by 600 million Egyptian pounds ($85.8 million) through a rights issue.
Egypt's government is in the late stages of verifying its economic reform programme with the International Monetary Fund before obtaining a $4.8 billion IMF loan, its central bank governor said on Saturday.
June 16, 2013
Ahead of planned protests in Cairo calling for early elections and the ousting of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, radical Islamic preacher Waghy Ghoneim has said all those that rise up against "His Excellency The President" are criminals, thugs and disbelievers.
Egyptian actress and songstress Ruby is ready to leave her days of drama behind and is moving into the land of comedy with a funny role in "Al Harami wal Abeet" (The Thief and the Idiot).