February 27, 2014
With the recent resignation of Egypt's government, Cairo's current reshuffling may affect investment practices and business in new ways.
After a highly-successful Season 1, Egypt's first reality TV show for entrepreneurs "El Mashrou3" is back for round two!
February 26, 2014
An Egyptian military court trying two journalists should end their trial and free them immediately, human rights group Amnesty International said.
No "Fame" and perhaps less fortune are in store for Amr Diab with the postponement of his Ramadan drama until next year.
Egyptian courts sentenced 26 people to death for plotting attacks on ships passing through the Suez Canal.
As new Egyptian Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab begins reappointing officials after Cairo leadership resigned earlier this week, reports have confirmed that Sisi will remain as defense minister for the time being.
Has Egyptian actress Mervat Amin finally found a film that's good enough to mark her comeback? We'll ask Hamada Helal about that!
A police official and two civilians were injured late Tuesday north of Cairo as Islamists clashed with opposing civilians, according to reports from early Wednesday.
Young Egyptian singer and former Arab Idol contestant will debut his first ever music video on the music TV channel Mazzika.
Militants in Egypt's restive Sinai peninsula blew up a pipeline that transports gas to Jordan, representing the fourth time that such an attack has been orchestrated by militants in the area.
February 25, 2014
More than 220 protestors in Egypt were sentenced up to seven years in prison for "instigating violence" and "holding protests without a permit."
Yousra's new role in the historical TV drama series “Saraya Abdeen” (Abdeen Palace) is making her more nervous than she anticipated.
Egypt's Housing Minister was asked by interim President Adly Mansour Tuesday to form a new government after Cairo officials resigned earlier this week.
Get ready for Cairo's annual jazz festival, which will see performances in Cairo Jazz Club and in Al-Azhar Park.
A Cairo Court has upheld the decision to designate the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist group. The government first labelled the group as terrorist in December.