Sekhemka statue transportation date delayed to end ofAugust, whilst searches to locate Queen Nefertiti’s tomb still ongoing
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More than 250 attended the celebration which took place at the Embassy’s grounds located in Zamalek.
Now that the summer is firmly here, spending your weekend chilling out after a week of stress and negativity due to the bad weather is what everyone seeks to do. Yet, with the common complaints around the traditionally frequented restaurants and cafes, it is about time to try a new experience at a unique and …
Egyptian veteran actor Nour El-Sherif closed his eyes for the last time yesterday at the age of 69, according to the Middle East News Agency (MENA). “The actor passed away after a long battle with illness,” actor Sameh El-Serety told MENA. “The funeral will be held Wednesday at Al-Shorta Mosque in 6th of October City.” …
The passion we have for what we’re doing turned every moment of tiredness into a moment of joy; says team leader
68 athletes took four Golds, 20 Silvers and 16 Bronze medals
The campaign mainly focuses on saving Islamic and Coptic buildings that have not been under maintenance
4,000-year-old statue was on verge of being sold by British museum
Emarah reflects his hopes, dreams and fears through simple designs, all in black and white
The antiquities indicate that a crisis hit the city in the past, leaving it in ruins
Far away from cinemas and drama, Egyptian actor Khaled Abo El-Naga never imagined he would come across a picture of his sister’s residence place on fire on Twitter, with a caption that read: If anyone knows who lives in this block on Mohamed Mazhar Street in #Zamalek, let them know. Most are empty for the …
No one imagined that a gathering with the family around a plate of traditional Arabic dessert Om Ali, from a trusted shop, would end up in hospital with cases of food poising and diarrhoea. But that is exactly what happened to many people who’ve had the delightful meal from The Bakery Shop (TBS).
1001 Inventions, a British based non-profit production organisation, announced the release of a new short film in which Sharif participated. The film, which is the actor’s final performance, is a science fiction film featuring the inventions of Muslim scientist Al-Hassan Ibn Al-Haitham.
The campaigns that ask people to donate to cancer patients feature them as people who do nothing with their lives but wait for death.
Here are the books that were selected as the best books of 2014, according to an online poll by Goodreads, an online platform for readers to communicate through rating, writing reviews and participating in discussion boards.
The rollercoaster of emotions surrounding Mohamed Morsi’s ouster
“Haret Al-Yehudd” (Jewish Quarter) is a series being aired on several government- and private-owned channels featuring the lives of Egyptian Jews who were in Egypt during the 1940s and 1950s.
In Ramadan, the work quota does not change a lot for construction workers, as they do not have any specific working hours.
In celebration and appreciation of the huge role yoga has provided their culture, the Indian Embassy in Cairo hosted several events to celebrate the occasion.
The Consumer Protection Agency (CPA) recently banned an ad belonging to Fox chips company, as it believes the ad promotes domestic violence and spreads a negative image of parenting.
Most of Cairo has been decorated with colourful lamps, lanterns and triangle-shaped brightly coloured papers.
Stories of the reason the lantern is strictly attached to Ramadan has varied.
Until now, more than 35 drama series’ have been announced for airtime on different private TV channels, some of them starring the same actors
The ads show several forms of sexual harassment, to mobilise people on the street
In Egypt, the past four years since the 25 January Revolution held several overwhelming emotions for people, which differed from pride and happiness to depression and anger. That was definitely translated in films which were and are still being produced.
The statement came in a press conference entitled “Female judges in the Arab World”.
It is part of a dream for less crowded, polluted and noisy streets fighting to see the light
Platform aims to let people change lives with just a mouse click by deciding which project gets the funding, says founder
The project also teaches street children creativity
The two day event aimed to raise the awareness of people about new start-ups and to build connections between the entrepreneurs.