May 20, 2014
Egypt suspended travel to Libya as of Tuesday due to the ongoing unrest and chaos in its neighboring country.
After fans shockingly viewed their fave songster slammed down from the top of a tower in the first promo for his upcoming TV show, Tamer Hosny took the important scene out of secondary promos.
Presidential candidate Abdel Fattah Al Sisi is ahead in the country's election poll, according to expatriate votes.
Militants in Egypt's restive Sinai Peninsula have once again bombed a gas pipeline.
Three soldiers were killed and nine others were injured early on Tuesday morning in a driveby shooting that took place in Nasr City, east Cairo.
May 19, 2014
Multiple people were injured when a bomb detonated at Ain Shams University in eastern Cairo.
At least two Egyptian policemen were killed in Minya this weekend, according to the Interior Ministry.
A Cairo court acquitted 169 people who are loyal to former president Morsi on Monday.
It's not easy to pull out of a depressive state, but after seven years of hanging out in the dark pit of despair, Hala Sidqi is on quest to climb her way out.
Psychedelic folk rock group The Invisible Hands deliver a fab performance to an exuberant crowd in Egypt.
The action never seems to stop for Munther Rihana who has just returned to Egypt from filming in his homeland of Jordan.
Well, it may not be a direct promotion for presidential candidate Abdel Fatah Al Sisi, but it is certainly about the upcoming election.
Apparently, there's a feud between Rania Youssef and Ahmed Helmy over the comedian's new cartoon show!
The minister noted that government’s new smartcard bread subsidy system, which offers a maximum of 150 loaves for each citizen per month, is set to be implemented in Cairo “within several days”.
Subsidies for petroleum products have been sapping Egypt’s economy and should be addressed as soon as possible,