We speak with Egyptian-Welsh filmmaker Sally El Hosaini about her critically acclaimed refugee drama, 'The Swimmers'.
Fans from Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries can have free entry into Qatar without needing to obtain a Hayya Card.
Two decades in the making, the Aten Museum will celebrate the ancient history of Minya and its monotheistic ruler.
Enter your that-girl era with SELF Health House’s newly launched Cairo-spanning website.
The Red Sea International Film Festival and Art Jameel will host the ‘Youssef Chahine Films Retrospective’ in Saudi Arabia.
The two-part event brings the first edition of Cercle Moments, an immersive and curated cruise along the Nile leading up to the
These Qatar-based concept stores will single-handedly fuel your luxury label hoarding addiction.
Morni aims to digitise multiple roadside assistance services into one-super app for the region.
The new public service centre is designed to accommodate the needs of people with disabilities as well as elderly.
Re-examining what Arabic sonic aesthetics can sound like, Gharam Electric delivers a catchy, hip-hop-inspired release.
The library joined landmarks around the world in spotlighting the issue for the fifth year in a row.
With its latest round of funding, the startup plans to further expand in the GCC market.
Chocolates are out, and mahshi is most definitely in if it comes in a special DOLMA box.
The national ‘Like Any Disease’ campaign promotes the social inclusion of people infected with HIV/AIDS in Egypt.
In collaboration with Dubai-based producer Big Moe, the forward-thinking rapper releases one of his most danceable tracks to