March 20, 2013
The series was originally titled Friendly Fire but the title was scrapped and changed to Friendly Borders by the director.
Port Said may have recently become synonymous with protests and violence, but the coastal city also has a long history with the arts.
Hundreds of bakers blocked the entrance to the Egyptian supply ministry on Tuesday to protest a government scheme to reduce flour subsidies as the it also announces new rationing plans.
March 19, 2013
Egypt may one day join the BRICS grouping of growing economies, President Mohamed Morsi told the Hindu, an Indian English language daily, in an interview published on Monday.
Despite all the drama between the Syrian actress and her country's politics, young Mai won't be put off.
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi is visiting India in an effort to boost trade between the two nations.
The World Bank’s International Finance Corp is reportedly planning to conduct currency swaps in Egypt to help local firms meet their foreign exchange needs.
Egypt's jazz fans are getting down to the funky grooves of Ahmed Nazmi's first solo album.
Leading online video community YouTube said it would allow users in Egypt, Saudi Arabia and UAE to generate revenue from online content.
March 18, 2013
The numbers of tourists visiting Egypt dipped again in February as security concerns continue to hurt the industry.
The American University in Cairo has launched an exhibition of photos by famous photographers including Walter Chappell, a photographer who built his career entirely on black and white photos.
An International Monetary Fund delegation left Cairo on Monday morning after day-long talks with the Egyptian government over a $4.8 billion loan which both parties portrayed as positive.
Tough economic sanctions against Iran has taken a serious toll against its economy, but has not yet produced the kind of public unrest that could force Iranian leaders to change their nuclear policies, officials have acknowledged.
Police used teargas and birdshot on Sunday evening to disperse roughly 3000 anti-Muslim Brotherhood protestors who had gathered outside the Brotherhood's headquarters in the Cairo district of Moqattam.
March 17, 2013
An International Monetary Fund (IMF) delegation arrived in Cairo late on Saturday to resume talks on a $4.8 billion loan to Egypt, reports state-owned news agency MENA.