November 5, 2013
Superstar Sherine Abdel Wahab will be performing on the Star Academy stage this week.
We thought it would be fun to do a small recap of Ghada Abdel Razek's most infamous fights with fellow celebs. Enjoy!
An article defining gender equality in Egypt has been rejected from the new draft constitution by the ultra-conservative Salafist Nour Party.
Despite Asala’s absence from Cairo for some time, Angham still managed to sell out much quicker than her Algerian colleague!
Egypt's ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi appeared before a Cairo court on Monday on criminal charges -- but not for long. The ex-Egyptian ruler refused to play nice and get changed into his prison uniform...or acknowledge the legitimacy of the court proceedings. The judge adjourned the case until 2014. Here's a play-by-play of Monday's trial.
Morsi and 14 other senior Islamists and Muslim Brotherhood figures are standing trial on charges of inciting violence and murder at the Ittihadiya presidential palace clashes in December 2012.
November 4, 2013
Nothing like getting humiliated on television to make a friendship go sour. Mahmoud is suing Hussein for insulting comments on the show "Qasr Al Kalam", hosted by Wafa Al Kilani.
A Cairo court has adjourned the trial of ousted President Morsi due to his insistence not to change into the prison uniform and the defendants' chanting "Down with the military rule".
Finally, one picture was able to eliminate all our speculations and confirm that Hanan Turk is expecting her fourth child!
As former Egyptian president and Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Morsi goes to trial in Egypt over his alleged incitement of murder against protesters in 2012, we take a look into what has made Morsi the man he is today - his journey to the Brotherhood and how he has ended up behind bars.
A new film? A reality TV show? Or could it be an extraordinary photo shoot? What is Sherine Abdelwahab up to now?
Former Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi arrived at the Police Academy in Cairo Monday to be tried for "inciting the killing of protestors" during December 2012 clashes outside the presidential palace. Security authorities have said that government offices and work will continue as normal, but protests and possible clashes between pro and anti Morsi camps are highly expected .
November 3, 2013
Kerry's arrival in Cairo on the opening of Morsi's trial opens space for more discussion on democratic progression for Egypt.
Owners of businesses in certain fields or geographic areas might be spared the requirement to pay their employees a minimum wage.
If you're bored out of your mind or have out of town guests you want to keep entertained, here's a list of places to go nearly every day this week in Cairo and Alexandria!