The ministry affirmed that Naeim and his wife had entered the Egyptian territories through Arqin border crossing on Nov. 3 to receive treatment for severe pneumonia.
Tintin marks 90th birthday with colonial controversy.
Having walked away from the Oscars with the Best Film award, Egypt Today examines various opinions on “The Shape of Water”, both positive and negative
French Muslim singer Mennel Ibtissem has stepped down from “The Voice” following posts she made on social media.
Facebook shuts down an online group threatening to flood the upcoming Black Panther film with negative reviews.
YouTube Star Logan Paul is facing serious backlash over a video he uploaded of him visiting Japan's 'suicide forest' and recording a hanging corpse.
Egyptian TV presenter Doaa Salah was sentenced to three years in jail and a LE 10,000 fine by an Egyptian court for “outraging public decency” after discussing.
In the wake of the Las Vegas massacre, America’s worst mass shooting in modern history.
The Guggenheim Museum in New York City has pulled down three works from an anticipated exhibition that featured live animals.
September 19, 2017 is the 65th anniversary of the day legendary British comedian Charlie Chaplin was banned from reentering the U.S. in 1952
Controversy has erupted over the Berkshire Museum's plans to sell off several valuable paintings.
A book written by Nelson Mandela's personal Doctor, 'Mandela’s Last Years' has been withdrawn after Mandela's widow threatened to file a law suit.
In defiance of activist complaints asking for the music group Radiohead to not play at an Israeli concert in Tel Aviv, the band performed what is now their longest concert in 11 years.
Political drama series “Al-Gama'a 2” will be shown during Ramadan 2017, and is causing controversy among the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood.