January 16, 2015
A look into the restive nation's increasingly troubling relationship with those who don't believe.
January 15, 2015
Kuwaiti journalist May al Aydan was prosecuted for referring to Egyptian actress Nadia al Jundi as a "sex expert"!
Rumor has it that Mohammad Saed can't get an actress to stick around at any of his film projects. Hmmm!
Three more decapitated bodies were found in the restive North Sinai governorate Wednesday, according to one security source, following a troubling trend of brutal Islamist militant insurgency in the area.
January 14, 2015
She's taking forever to sign the contract for the show she had verbally agreed to star in, and now the makers of the drama are in crisis. Here's why.
Egypt's well known producer Mohamed Hassan Ramzy passed away in London on Monday.
President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi banned all foreign publications that insult religion in light of recent Charlie Hebdo publication.
Consecutive Egyptian governments have vowed to develop the informal areas where millions of Egyptians live without basic services such as clean water and sewage.
A committee established to assess the funds of the banned Muslim Brotherhood ordered the confiscation of two medical charity associations for their alleged affiliation to the group.
On Tuesday, the army announced that a kidnapped police captain had been found dead.
In Egypt, indicators of public opinion suggest large chunks of the population came to view their rulers with suspicion over the last two decades. But it appears this has changed since the election of President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi last summer via a clear landslide and a massive tide of popularity firmly behind him.
Egypt continued to keep the Rafah crossing closed for Palestinians following the killing of a security officer this week.
The collection of $1.5bn through the issuance of international bonds is expected by April.
January 13, 2015
Britain has launched a trade mission to Egypt with more than 40 companies received in Cairo, the largest such effort in over a decade by the top foreign investor in the Arab world's most populous country.
Late legendary composer and inventor of the Arabic film-musical Abdel Wahab's music will come back to life worldwide through “The Wahab-Project."