Egyptian stock market listing committee has approved the offering of 10-15% of Orascom Development Egyptian subsidiary, Orascom Hotels and Development (OHD) (ORHD).
All work and no play makes Ahmad Ezz a dull boy. He's got two films bakin' in the oven.
Russian officials have assured Egypt that deals to import 120,000 tonnes of wheat for delivery in January will be met,
After her movie got such a bad rap earlier this year, Haifa Wehbe left her movie premier early to avoid the masses.
A 12-day security sweep led to the mass arrest of almost 500 Muslim Brotherhood members, and the seizure of numerous weapons and weapon-making workshops.
Egyptian authorities allegedly planned to destroy 1,200 homes to extend the depth of its security buffer zone on its border with the Israeli-blockaded Gaza Strip after discovering more underground tunnels.
EgyptAir, the country’s state-owned airline company, accumulated LE10.11 billion in losses over the past three years, the company's chairman Sameh El-Hefny said on Thursday
The Israelite's weren't even allowed into Egypt for there to be a big Exodus this time. The Hollywood film has been banned into MENA countries to date because it "totally contradicts proven historical facts".
December 27, 2014
A metal silo collapsed on top of factory while workers remained trapped inside.
Drive-by attack occurred not far from Cairo square.
December 26, 2014
Two members of Egypt's security forces were killed by a roadside bomb in the Sinai Peninsula late Thursday, the army said.
December 25, 2014
Coptic Christians in Egypt increased security around churches for Christmas Thursday following threats from extremist groups.
The report added that 2014 can be labelled as the “beginning of stability and economic growth”.
December 24, 2014
Saudi brokered talks to end an 18-month standoff between Doha and Cairo will continue into January following Al Jazeera's decision to close its Egypt channel.
The two countries will sign 25 agreements primarily within the realms of energy and transport with 7 of them focusing on coal-powered plants
The Egyptian has made just six appearances in all competitions under Jose Mourinho this season and is one of a number of names on the Nerazzurri's January wish list
Danka, Dissidenten! Mohamed Mounir is unbelievably excited to make music around Europe with the German rock band.
December 23, 2014
Project to provide technical and financial support to industrial facilities in line with environmental laws for pollution reduction
Bassem Youssef and his company Q-Soft were fined millions of dollars by The Cairo Regional Center for International Commercial Arbitration for poking fun at Egypt's military leaders.
Security forces in Egypt increased security in north Sinai after militants attacked a gas pipeline, which provides gas to Jordan Tuesday.
The fall in oil prices is good news for the Egyptian government which in July slashed fuel subsidies, raising pump prices by up to 78 percent.
Alex Bank promised to exempt white taxi owners from repaying interest rates that were supposed to be paid for three installments that go back to 2011
December 22, 2014
Egyptian authorities announced on Monday the extension of the opening of Rafah border crossing for an additional day, after initially planning to open the border Sunday and Monday only.
Qatar's controversial Al-Jazeera Mubasher Misr (Al-Jazeera Egypt) announced on Monday that it is broadcasting its last news items before closure, as reconciliation efforts to mend tensions between Egypt and Qatar continue.
Egyptian relations with the Gulf states, especially Qatar, are essential to regional stability.
Where did all the good Egyptians go? 2014 sees off over half a million workers, leaving to work abroad
Approximately 592,000 workers signed contracts to work abroad between January and November 2014, with over 400,000 of those signed between March and November, the Ministry of Manpower and Immigration revealed Sunday.
Egypt goes against the local grain, buys 300,000 tonnes of Russian and French wheat to feed its masses
Egypt signed contracts for 240,000 tonnes of French wheat and 60,000 tonnes of Russian wheat, at an average price of $273.94 per tonne to be delivered in January, the minister of supply and internal trade, Khaled Hanafi, said Sunday.
Fourteen alleged militants were killed and 45 others arrested by the Egyptian army during a series of raids in north Sinai.
Egyptians love them some Omar Khairat at the piano keys. He's back for another gig next week.
Egypt temporarily opened the Rafah border crossing with Gaza on Sunday. It had been closed since October 2014.
London's famous Globe Theatre brings Hamlet to Alexandria, Egypt, as part of the London theatre troupe's two-year world tour.
December 21, 2014
The declining oil prices are positive for the Egyptian economy, according to a statement issued by Egypt’s Citadel (Qalaa) Holding on Thursday.
Egyptian actor Hussein Fahmy celebrated Bahrain's special National Day celebration in Cairo.
Bellydancer Dina can now dance all she wants after having her name cleared in "The Dancer" court case.
Be afraid, be very afraid. May Kassab warns the paparazzi they'll see a side of her never seen before if they follow her into a funeral.
Egyptian actor Khaled al Sawi is set to play a real-life TV judge in his upcoming show "Al Qadi" (The Judge).
Egypt has abruptly sacked the nation's powerful intelligence chief for “health reasons,” replacing him with his deputy, security authorities said.
Ten Apache helicopters arrived in Egypt on Saturday. The US had delayed the shipment due to Egypt's uncertain political situation.
December 18, 2014
This is a very important discovery as this is the first time that the Jurassic formation is proven to be a hydrocarbon producer in the East
An Egyptian court on Thursday slapped 41 Muslim Brotherhood members with jail terms of varying length for committing "acts of violence," a judicial source has said.
The Armenian belly dancer was Egypt's most popular person searched in Google this year.
Why was Hassan el Shafei the only person not dancing to Hussain al Jasmi's catchy "Good News" performance on the Arab Idol finale?
The US State Department welcomed new conditions passed by the congress granting the secretary of state more flexibility to approve aid to Egypt, while expressing worry about the human rights situation in the country.
December 17, 2014
The airport in Hurghada, a major tourist hub on the coast of the red sea, will now be able to accommodate 13 million passengers annually.
Cairo prosecution referred on Wednesday 21 suspects to court on "debauchery" charges.
Actor and Singer Tamer Hosny has announced that his next acting project will be taking him back to the cinema!
Amr Diab will be returning to the small screen this Ramadan with a TV show AND ten new songs!
While one producer is accusing Ghada Abdel Razek of stealing his money, he's further claiming that she's been banned from acting in Egypt!
Ahmed Ezz has once again refused a court order to get THAT DNA test done... Zeina must be fuming!
Tuesday, December 16th marked the passing of one of Egypt's most legendary directors. Nader Galal left a legacy of more than 50 films.
Minister of Industry and Trade Mounir Fakhry Abdel Nour issued a decree Monday stipulating the formation of the Egyptian-Chinese Business Council
December 16, 2014
Hani Ramzi gets Wafaa al Kilani's knickers in a twist as he presents her with boxer shorts live on air!
Mohammad Hamaki is headed to his homeland once again.
The British embassy in Cairo reopened Tuesday after it closed on December 7 due to security reasons along with the Canadian embassy.
December 15, 2014
In the spirit of New Year's let's take a look at the giants of Egypt's entertainment business.
We've been waiting for ages through many postponements, but Mohammad Foad says his new album will be released during New Year's Eve celebrations! This is one old acquaintance that won't be forgot!
Egypt's foreign ministry Monday reissued a security warning to nationals in Libya after the death of two citizens during clashes.
Egypt's stock market plunged by 22 billion Egyptian pounds (just over $3 billion) in a single day of trading Sunday as low oil prices dragged down regional economies.