December 14, 2014
In 19% of cases, civil servants caught accepting bribes were left uninvestigated, with another 41 % of investigations opened but not concluded, according to a World Bank statement issued Friday.
December 12, 2014
Egypt's army on Thursday killed 12 militants in the Sinai Peninsula after a series of attacks in the troubled region.
They've been pretty much absent from films, in heroine roles at least, but Salma Hayek is hoping to remedy the lack of Arab women in cinema.
December 11, 2014
Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi and Jordan’s King Abdullah II agreed in a meeting in Amman on Thursday on the necessity of a political solution to the Syrian conflict and the resumption of peace talks between Israelis and Palestinians.
Al-Ahly become one of the most successful clubs in the world in terms of the number of championships won, with 129 official championships under its belt – a number that has not been surpassed by any other team in the world.
Egypt's premier Abdel Fattah al-Sisi held talks with his Jordanian counterpart King Abdullah on his first visit to the kingdom Thursday.
After showing constant concern while her co-patriot artist was in the US for surgery, Egyptian actress Nadia Lufti was the first star that Ahmed Helmy rang when he returned to home soil.
December 10, 2014
An Egyptian human rights group has said it will transfer its regional and international activities abroad because the state is hostile towards civil society groups.
British oil major BP plans to invest more than $12 billion in Egypt over the next five years.
Syrian actor Jamal Suliman's political views have landed him in hot water with the Syrian Actors Syndicate!
White Sugar's director Ahmed Khaled reflects on filmmaking and post-revolutionary bureaucracy on Egyptian cinema scene.
Rumor has it that The Voice judge Sherine Abdel Wahab won't be making a return to its season 3!
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."