January 27, 2014
Bellydancer Dina has a new movie coming out, but has she chosen her bestie Saad El Soghayar to star in it?
Naguib Sawaris, the Egyptian billionaire icon, still wants to buy a stake in Telecom Italia, as long as Telefonica, the company's biggest stakeholder is out of the picture.
Stepping into uncharted cinematic territory of religious discrimination within the country of Egypt, acclaimed director Amr Salama surprisingly stays sensitive to the troubles and triumphs of a young Coptic boy in a public school.
January 26, 2014
The Basel winger has signed a five-and-a-half-year contract at Stamford Bridge and will wear the No.15 shirt for the Blues, who fought off competition from Liverpool
Ghada Abdel Razek and director Mohammad Sami are finally in court to solve their drama from last year!
Egypt's interim president Adly Mansour announced Wednesday that the country's presidential elections have been switched to take place prior to the parliamentary poll.
Sinai-based militants attack military bus in Sinai.
Libyan kidnappers who have took six Egyptian hostage this weekend have urged Egyptian authorities to release a Libyan militia commander immediately in exchange for the kidnapped Egyptians.
As if we needed another excuse to go see the controversial film "La Mu'akhatha" (Excuse My French), knowing that Hind Sabri plays a Coptic bride in one scene makes us even more pumped to watch the show revealing the extent of religious discrimination in Egypt.
Haifa Wehbe's latest movie "Rouh's Beauty" has finally been allowed to hit the silver screen.
Egypt's interim President Adly Mansour will address the nation Sunday following Saturday's fatal revolution anniversary clashes that have left dozens dead.
Nour El Sherif is a very brave man; he quit smoking cold turkey and is now recovering from a medical trip to London.
Music lovers and joyride seekers, head out to Sinai's Nuweiba this weekend for an independent music experience in Bug Dune.
Randa Al Buhairi is starring in a new film where she bags herself a much older man, but it isn't all roses and butterflies!
Egypt has evacuated its staff from its embassy in the Libyan capital and the consulate in Benghazi city after kidnappers seized Egypt’s cultural attaché and three other embassy diplomats, an official told Al Arabiya News Channel Saturday.