‘The Swimmers’ is currently topping Netflix’s global charts, bringing the struggles and triumphs of refugees to the forefront.
The British and Egyptian air forces’ aerobatic teams are set to make aerial moves by the Red Sea this November.
Running till November 29th, the ‘Strong Independent’ exhibition challenges notions of female strength at Downtown Cairo’s
Armenian cuisine finally gets the hype it deserves at this authentic Sheikh Zayed restaurant.
Established in the early 20th century, Cairo's National Postal Office in Attaba became world-famous for its precise and
The venture builder will support local startups to go from idea stage to a market-ready product.
The National Council for Women has released a report during the UN’s 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence
Over 1,200 years old, and after facing extreme neglect for decades, the Basatin Jewish Cemetery finally reopens.
Al Makkiyah is a pillar of Arabian art, culture, architecture, and heritage.
A new initiative by Egyptian diver Ahmed Gabr hopes to protect our coral reefs against climate change.
The Ministry of Health and Population and the National Council for Women collaborate on a new family planning campaign.
Live out your hippie travel blogger dreams at this hidden eco-friendly haven in Morocco's Agafay Desert.
Egyptian actor Ahmed Malek’s upcoming film ‘Matar’ brings to the forefront the struggles of seeking asylum in the UK.
SceneNoise launches its first podcast ‘Dawsha’. Episode one sees SceneNoise’s Zaid Kreshan get up close and personal with
Maram Saied has become the first Arab woman to earn a referee title in the International Federation of Bodybuilding and