Conference discussed challenges facing the implementation of intellectual property laws, the impact of piracy in the Arab World
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There are different kinds of facial treatments, natural masks and scrubs to serve various tastes and needs.
This is a victory, says Abd El-Moneim
During the two days spent in Cairo, he refused to return home, preferring instead to stay with his supporting friends.
When the minister asked if the employees face any troubles at their work, Abd El-Moneim, who holds a Masters degree in sculpture, answered that she is facing an issue regarding a salary increase as per the law
“Our songs discuss issues for the first time in Arab music history,” says band
The Bollywood show was a sell-out, with security having a tough time managing the crowds, says Indian Ambassador
The series of ads under the theme of “man up” urges the male audience to look at women regardless their clothes
Sides of Arab life
No permission for trees’ removal provided, minister orders stop to “unfair trimming”
In the book, Foa’ad draws several scenes in five of the countries he had the chance to visit for the reader, their atmosphere, history, the way locals live, the local food and famous neighbourhoods.
Tackling the reasons and solutions to prevent the spreading phenomenon
Love yourself first, to be able to give and receive love from others, says therapist
With discounts on shows and jewellery, the festival covered all wedding needs
JCRF aims to defend students in cases of torture, arbitrary arrest and enforced disappearance
The mummies were covered with thick layers of linen, with only a few remains of human bodies amongst all the wrappings.
From Cairo to Siwa, a biker recalls the best memories of his life
To break that taboo, Zawya Cinema’s screens will feature new Yemeni films to be shown to the public and open to discussion the behind-the-scenes actions with their makers.
Each episode explores the lives of three people in different neighbourhoods
Yousry Fouda describes the details of his interview with the organisers of the attacks, and the other side of ISIS
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Disappointment hit some due to bad organisation, while others found it satisfying
Hamama closed her eyes for the last time last on Saturday at the age of 84, leaving behind millions of beloved and loyal fans crying for their loss.
Opening a hot drinks stand in downtown Cairo aims to erase the “for men only” jobs taboo
Scooters can be ordered through mobile app, with female driver option available
Japanese Ambassador in Egypt signs grant providing organisation with over $80,000 to improve equipment
After six years of treatment, his passion lit the way to his inner strength
Court issues verdict preventing Jewish celebrations, despite the constitution protecting the right to worship of all Abrahamic religions in Egypt
Between government’s role and people’s social beliefs, the rates continue to rapidly increase
From working as a butcher’s boy while studying for his PhD, to being Mubarak’s foreign affairs advisor