What will Washington and allies do now that Arab regimes have given way to Arab democracies?
It is time for the Arab youth to break down all walls, including walls separating ’48 Arabs from the rest of the Arab world
What will Al-Qaeda do now that it’s moral and charismatic foundation is dead? Will it — and can it — transform itself into something different than it has been?
A museum dedicated to the history of the city of Suez will be officially inaugurated on Thursday by Prime Minister Essam Sharaf
As one of the newest additions to the antiquities list, the distinguished early 20th century courthouse will receive at least $6.8m in maintenance and will host a museum-like display of its period objects
Inspection of a red granite statue of a priest and two deities reveals it is authentic
Ahly's laboured performances in recent matches has prompted Manuel Jose to launch a stinging attack on his team, who are missing several key players just as the title race hots up
The bids are on from French and German clubs for Zamalek play-maker Mahmoud Abdel-Razik ’Shikabala,‘ but weightier Premier League side Birmingham targets him
Tunisian side Club Africain welcome back coach Faouzi Benzarti after sacking Kais Yacoubi
Misr Al-Horreya, a new liberal party, to be founded 18 May
Faced by strong rejection from Arab states, Cairo takes an 11th hour decision to withdraw its candidate for Arab League Secretary General and nominate FM Nabil El-Arabi in his stead
A Palestinian photographer who was shot on Sunday while covering protests in the Gaza Strip may have been "deliberately targeted" by an Israeli soldier
Yemen opposition leaders will consider modifications to a Gulf Arab plan that aims to ease the entrenched President Ali Abdullah Saleh out of nearly 33 years in power
Pressure mounted on Libyan leader Muamer Gaddafi Tuesday as the International Criminal Court prosecutor sought his arrest, NATO jets pounded his capital and his truce offer was snubbed
Economic reform can't be reached without political reform; confidence in law and justice is the way to bring investment
Investment bank announces cost cutting drive and refuses to rule out further action while announcing the appointment from within of its new chief executive in the Gulf
Incremental earnings from the overseas transaction will climb less than 5 per cent and won't take effect until 2012, says investment analyst
Between 18 and 22 May (except 21 May), Cairo Opera House Main Hall will give it's stage to Verdi's opera 'Un ballo in maschera'
On Sunday 15 May at La Plage des Palmes in Cannes, the French Minister of Culture Frédéric Mitterrand made Tunisian filmmaker Nouri Bouzid a knight of the Legion of Honour
As the 63rd year of the Palestinian Nakba is marked this week, one Palestinian artist, a symbol of Al Nakba, comes to mind: Naji Al-Ali, the creator of ten-year-old Handala