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Egyptian singer faces trial after mocking the Nile

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Worlds of Islam, Michael Jackson collide in Egyptian film

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‘Nile Hilton’ ponders corruption in Egypt on the eve of tumult

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‘In Egypt, there is no separation between the political and normal’

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Louvre museum reopens; Egypt identifies machete attacker

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Egyptian singer arrested for 'inciting debauchery' after eating a banana in music video
A pop star has been arrested in Egypt on suspicion of inciting debauchery in a music video. Shyma, who was shown dancing in her underwear and eating fruit in front of classroom of men and a blackboard with “Class #69” written on it, was detained after the video caused numerous complaints. Egyptian newspaper Youm7 added: “Singer Shyma presents a lesson in depravity to youths   Read More ...
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Egypt police arrest singer over racy video
CAIRO: Egyptian police on Saturday arrested a pop singer known as Shyma after she appeared in a music video in lingerie while suggestively eating a banana, officials said. The racy video for her song I Have Issues had led to complaints, police officials said, adding she is suspected of "inciting debauchery". In the video the hitherto little-known singer appears in a mock classroom licking an apple and appearing to mimic fellatio on a banana in front of a chalkboard scrawled with "Class #69" and the letters "vag"   Read More ...
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Egyptian singer faces trial after mocking the Nile
CAIRO (AP) — A famous Arab singer will stand trial next month in her native Egypt over a video clip in which she advises a concert fan against drinking from the Nile River, officials said Wednesday. The clip shows Sherine Abdel-Wahab, widely known by her first name, saying "You are better off drinking Evian," a reference to a French brand of mineral water   Read More ...
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Egypt bans singer after she mocks the Nile
CAIRO (AP) — A famous Arab singer has been banned from performing in her native Egypt after advising a fan against drinking from the Nile River, leaders of the local musicians union said Wednesday. A video clip of a recent concert shows Sherine Abdel-Wahab, a singer widely known by her first name, telling a fan: "You are better off drinking Evian," a reference to a French brand of mineral water   Read More ...
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Egyptian star singer banned for disparaging Nile comment
CAIRO (AP) — Egyptian officials say star singer Sherine Abdel-Wahab has been banned from performing in the country following what they say was her inappropriate remark during a recent concert in Lebanon. A video clip of the concert purportedly shows the singer warning a fan against alleged health hazards involved in drinking water from the Nile River. In the clip, she says: "You are better off drinking Evian," referring to the French brand of mineral water   Read More ...
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Egyptian singer Sherine banned for 'mocking' River Nile
Egypt's musicians' union has banned a leading singer from performing in the country for "mocking" the River Nile. It came after video emerged showing Sherine Abdel Wahab being asked at a concert to sing Mashrebtesh Men Nilha (You Didn't Drink From Its Nile). She responded by saying "drinking from the Nile will get me schistosomiasis" - a disease caused by parasitic worms that is commonly known as bilharzia   Read More ...
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Egyptian mummies return to Toledo Museum of Art in new show
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Two Egyptian mummies first brought to the Toledo Museum of Art more than 100 years ago are returning to the institution for an exhibit early next year. The Blade reports the ancient remains will be featured in an exhibit called "The Mummies: From Egypt to Toledo" opening Feb 3. Museum founder Edward Drummond Libbey purchased and brought the mummies to Toledo in 1906 following a trip to Egypt   Read More ...
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Worlds of Islam, Michael Jackson collide in Egyptian film
CAIRO (AP) — An Egyptian ultraconservative Muslim preacher hears on his car radio news of the death of Michael Jackson, the pop singer he idolized in his teens, and he becomes so distraught he crashes his car. The news of the passing of the King of Pop is the start of a crisis of conscience for Sheikh Khalid Hani, the main character of the movie "Sheikh Jackson," Egypt's first feature film to focus on the religious movement known as Salafis, followers of one of the strictest interpretations of Islam   Read More ...
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‘Nile Hilton’ ponders corruption in Egypt on the eve of tumult
‘The Nile Hilton Incident’ Starring: Fares Fares, Mari Malek, Yasser Ali Maher. The premise: A political thriller based on a true story. Weeks before the 2011 Egyptian revolution, Noredin, a police officer in Cairo’s corrupt system, investigates the murder of a famous club singer at the Nile Hilton Hotel. What initially seems to be a crime of passion turns into something that concerns the very power elite of Egypt   Read More ...
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‘In Egypt, there is no separation between the political and normal’
In 18 days, a 30-year-old regime crumbled under the weight of its people’s protest. The January 25 Egyptian Revolution would turn the world’s eyes on Cairo’s Tahrir Square, where protestors of President Hosni Mubarak called for ‘bread, freedom, and social justice’. Egyptian photographer Laura El-Tantawy, 37, captured the exhilaration, the irony, the theatre, and the confusion of people on those restless days   Read More ...
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Review: A Police Truck in Egypt Brimming With Anger and Pain in ‘Clash’
Sitting through “Clash” is largely a miserable experience, and that’s deliberate. The movie is set in the aftermath of the of Egypt’s first democratically elected president, Mohamed Morsi, of the Muslim Brotherhood movement. Directed by Mohamed Diab from a script he wrote with his brother Khaled Diab, “Clash” begins in the back of an empty police truck. Soon a couple of men are put inside, and they try to reach the outside world via an Apple watch   Read More ...
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Egyptian artist creates portraits out of burnt tobacco
ALEXANDRIA, Egypt (Reuters) - In a small studio littered with empty cigarette packets in Egypt's second city, Alexandria, Abdelrahman al-Habrouk sits hunched over a sheet of paper making portraits with tobacco. The cigarettes fuel his art; he breaks them in half, painstakingly traces out monochrome images of celebrities or animals with the fine flakes of tobacco, then sprinkles his creations with gunpowder and sets them on fire   Read More ...
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Arabic version of ‘Radha’ hits the airwaves
Egyptian artiste Shaimaa Elshayeb has sung Habibi Radha, Arabic version of Radha from Jab Harry Met Sejal, starring Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma. Elshayeb said in a statement: “I am extremely proud to be part of this release with an Indian and international superstar Shah Rukh Khan. Shah Rukh Khan has an amazing following in Egypt and around the Arab world and I hope I can deliver the bubbly and dancy feeling of this song to the whole Arab world   Read More ...
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A salute to Egypt’s acclaimed female artists
Green Art Gallery’s latest exhibition, Modernist Women of Egypt, highlights the role of women artists in the development of modern art in Egypt. The museum quality show features paintings by acclaimed artists Inji Efflatoun, Vessela Farid, Tahia Halim, Zeinab Abdel Hamid, Effat Naghi, Marguerite Nakhla, Gazbia Sirry, and Margo Veillon. The show focuses on the period between the 1950s and early 1970s, reflecting how the country’s socio-political environment in the early 20th century fostered the development of women artists   Read More ...
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Tiki Night at the Egyptian among movies screening events in the Los Angeles area
Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley, Santa Monica area Movie at Studio City Branch Library: “Life” (2017), 2:30 p.m. July 7. 12511 Moorpark St. 818-755-7873. www.lapl.org. American Cinematheque at the Aero: “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” (1966), 7:30 p.m. July 7. “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford” (2007), 7:30 p.m. July 9. Rated X: “Tie Me up! Tie Me Down! (1989) and “The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover” (1989), 7:30 p   Read More ...
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Egyptian TV drama exposes Brotherhood hypocrisy
Cairo: Days after the 1952 overthrow of Egypt’s monarchy by young army officers, the supreme guide of the Muslim Brotherhood returns from a seaside holiday and huddles with his aides. “I decided to go away until it is clear for us who is the loser and who is the winner,” the Brotherhood chief says. “We stand to benefit from joining hands with the winner   Read More ...
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Food cart shut down? Turn to Egypt's president on live TV
Cairo - Beaming, President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi sat before an audience next to a young TV presenter who praised him for his transparency and straight talk. She then selected a number of questions and complaints from thousands submitted by the public to an online page called "Ask the President." For the next hour, Egypt's leader dispensed solutions to people's problems and concerns on live TV   Read More ...
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Food cart shut down? Turn to Egypt's president on live TV
Beaming, President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi sat before an audience next to a young TV presenter who praised him for his transparency and straight talk. She then selected a number of questions and complaints from thousands submitted by the public to an online page called "Ask the President." For the next hour, Egypt's leader dispensed solutions to people's problems and concerns on live TV   Read More ...
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[Eye] ‘Art is necessary in the process of becoming a citizen’
At the Deoksugung branch of the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea, an exhibition of Egyptian surrealist art is underway in the west wing that was added to Seokjojeon, the country’s first Western-style building, in 1938 during the Japanese colonial period. It is coincidence that the period covered in the exhibition runs from 1938 to 1965. But nevertheless, the venue seems an apt one for the exhibition that covers a period in Egypt soon after it became fully independent from colonial power   Read More ...
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Exploring Ancient Egypt at Hong Kong museum(1/4)
Relics from the British Museum are prepared for the Eternal Life �C Exploring Ancient Egypt Exhibition at the Hong Kong Science Museum in Hong Kong, May 15, 2017. The exhibition, which runs from June 2 to Oct. 18, will include six Egyptian mummies that are between 3,000 and 1,800 years old and around 200 invaluable objects of ancient Egyptians. (Photo:   Read More ...
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Egyptian mummies from British Museum to go on display in Hong Kong
Relics from the British Museum are prepared for the Eternal Life �C Exploring Ancient Egypt Exhibition at the Hong Kong Science Museum in Hong Kong, May 15, 2017. (Photo: China News Service/Xu Dongdong) Six Egyptian mummies from the British Museum will be on display in Hong Kong, offering citizens here an opportunity to explore ancient Egypt from a "scientific angle," the Hong Kong Science Museum said Monday   Read More ...
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Egyptian mummies to be on display in HK
Six Egyptian mummies from the British Museum will be on display in Hong Kong, offering citizens here an opportunity to explore ancient Egypt from a "scientific angle," the Hong Kong Science Museum said Monday. The exhibition, "Eternal Life - Exploring Ancient Egypt," will be held in the science museum from June 2 to Oct. 18, displaying six mummies and about 200 Egyptian cultural relics   Read More ...
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LATEST: Egypt TV shows footage of alleged church bomber
Cairo - Egyptian television channels are broadcasting CCTV footage they say is of a suicide bomber responsible for one of Sunday's church bombings. The two clips show a man wearing a blue sweater draped over his shoulders approach the main gate to St Mark's cathedral in Alexandria, before being turned away and directed toward a nearby metal detector. The man then passes a female police officer chatting to another woman and enters the metal detector before an explosion engulfs the area   Read More ...
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Egypt church bombing broadcast on live TV as viewers watched Palm Sunday service
This is the horrifying moment a bomb exploded during a televised Palm Sunday service at a church in Egypt which has left at least 21 people dead. The live stream from the church was being shown on Egyptian TV when the device - hidden under a seat in the church - exploded as viewers watched on. The images were immediately cut   Read More ...
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Kagoshima couple on world tour painting murals for peace
MAKURAZAKI, Kagoshima Prefecture--A reunion in Egypt between an ex-art teacher living in the southern city and his former pupil, a news correspondent in Cairo, inspired a world tour painting murals for peace. Shinichiro Higashi, 47, a painter, and his wife, Kaori, 35, a photographer, have so far left murals in eight countries and a painting in another. Higashi, who studied painting at Kagoshima University, previously worked as a fine arts teacher for a private junior and senior high school in Kagoshima Prefecture   Read More ...
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'Tickling Giants' tells story of Egypt's Jon Stewart
As Bassem Youssef walks through a crowd of peaceful protesters in Cairo in early scenes from "Tickling Giants," he talks easily with fans who recognize him and cracks a few jokes. "In case you're wondering, Kentucky Fried Chicken is closed," he says in the midst of the crowd. Then the mood shifts as people begin to smell teargas nearby and volunteers start to carry away the injured on stretchers   Read More ...
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Review: ‘Tickling Giants’ Made It in Egypt, but They Weren’t Laughing
There’s a lot to laugh at, and to learn from, in “Tickling Giants,” a documentary that starts off by telling the story of one man and ends up speaking volumes about satire, freedom of expression and political pressure. As protests over the president of Egypt, Hosni Mubarak, turned bloody in 2011, Bassem Youssef, a surgeon, sought to aid the injured. What he saw on Cairo’s streets was different than what was being discussed on television, so with the help of a friend he made an internet show that later became a network program   Read More ...
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Egypt's best known archaeologist called Messi an idiot - FOX5 Vegas - KVVU
CAIRO (AP) - Egypt's best known archaeologist apologized after he angrily called Argentine soccer superstar Lionel Messi "an idiot" because the striker seemed to show little interest during a tour of the Giza Pyramids. Zahi Hawass, famed for his Indiana Jones hat and TV specials on Egypt's ancient sites, showed Messi around the Giza Pyramids last month during a brief visit to Egypt by the Barcelona striker. In a TV interview aired Sunday, Hawass was asked how Messi's reaction compared to that of Hollywood movie star Will Smith, who also toured the Pyramids with Hawass earlier this month   Read More ...
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How Rakesh Roshan’s wife helped 500kg Egyptian woman
Filmmaker Rakesh Roshan says he’s proud of his wife Pinky’s donation towards the weight loss surgery for an Egyptian woman. Pinky gave Rs1 million (Dh54,744) to 36-year-old Egyptian woman Eman Ahmad Abdelaty for her bariatric surgery. “I was not aware of this [donation]. My wife Pinky did it on her own. I got to know of what she had done when journalists began inquiring about it. I was as surprised   Read More ...
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Contemporary art brings life to Cairo's City of the Dead
By Nadine Awadalla CAIRO (Reuters) - On a winding road leading into Cairo's City of the Dead, a cartoon mouse with round ears and green eyes adorns the shop fronts and walls of the mausoleums where thousands of Egyptians live among the gravestones. The path leads to a 15th-century complex built by Mameluk Sultan al-Ashraf Qaitbey, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that has been recently revived as a local artistic   Read More ...
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Contemporary art brings life to Cairo's City of the Dead
CAIRO On a winding road leading into Cairo's City of the Dead, a cartoon mouse with round ears and green eyes adorns the shop fronts and walls of the mausoleums where thousands of Egyptians live among the gravestones. The path leads to a 15th-century complex built by Mameluk Sultan al-Ashraf Qaitbey, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that has been recently revived as a local artistic hub. In an adjacent courtyard   Read More ...
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Louvre museum reopens; Egypt identifies machete attacker
PARIS | The Louvre Museum reopened to the public Saturday, less than 24 hours after a machete-wielding assailant shouting “Allahu akbar!” attacked French soldiers guarding the sprawling building and was shot by them. The worldwide draw of the iconic museum in central Paris, host to thousands of artworks including the “Mona Lisa,” was on full display on a drizzly winter day as international tourists filed by armed police and soldiers   Read More ...
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Louvre museum reopens; Egypt identifies machete attacker
The Louvre Museum reopened to the public Saturday, less than 24 hours after a machete-wielding assailant shouting "Allahu akbar!" attacked French soldiers guarding the sprawling building and was shot by them. The worldwide draw of the iconic museum in central Paris, host to thousands of artworks including the "Mona Lisa," was on full display on a drizzly winter day as international tourists filed by armed police and soldiers patrolling outside   Read More ...
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Louvre museum reopens; Egypt identifies machete attacker - | WBTV Charlotte
By THOMAS ADAMSON and HAMZA HENDAWI Associated Press PARIS (AP) - The Louvre Museum reopened to the public Saturday, less than 24 hours after a machete-wielding assailant shouting "Allahu akbar!" attacked French soldiers guarding the sprawling building and was shot by them. The worldwide draw of the iconic museum in central Paris, host to thousands of artworks including the "Mona Lisa," was on full display on a drizzly winter day   Read More ...
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Louvre museum reopens; Egypt identifies machete attacker - FOX5 Vegas - KVVU
By THOMAS ADAMSON and HAMZA HENDAWI Associated Press PARIS (AP) - The Louvre Museum reopened to the public Saturday, less than 24 hours after a machete-wielding assailant shouting "Allahu akbar!" attacked French soldiers guarding the sprawling building and was shot by them. The worldwide draw of the iconic museum in central Paris, host to thousands of artworks including the "Mona Lisa," was on full display on a drizzly winter day   Read More ...
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Louvre museum reopens; Egypt identifies machete attacker
PARIS (AP) — The Louvre Museum reopened to the public Saturday, less than 24 hours after a machete-wielding assailant shouting "Allahu akbar!" attacked French soldiers guarding the sprawling building and was shot by them. The worldwide draw of the iconic museum in central Paris, host to thousands of artworks including the "Mona Lisa," was on full display on a drizzly winter day as international tourists filed by armed police and   Read More ...
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Louvre museums reopens as Egypt identifies machete attacker
February 04, 2017 9:15 AM Louvre museums reopens as Egypt identifies machete attacker THOMAS ADAMSON and HAMZA HENDAWI | Associated Press PARIS — The Louvre Museum reopened to the public Saturday, less than 24 hours after a machete-wielding assailant shouting "Allahu akbar!" attacked French soldiers guarding the sprawling building and was shot by them. The worldwide draw of the iconic museum in central Paris, host to thousands of artworks including   Read More ...
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Cairo Sound Music Festival brings top Arab acts
The first-ever Cairo Sound Music Fesitval featuring a number of Egyptian acts and bands — an antidote to mainstream Arabic music — brought out fans to the Dubai Media City Amphitheatre on Friday. From 4pm until 1am, bands such as Cairokee, Sharmoofers, Massar Egbari, Khalid Hussain and Mustafa Gazzal performed. “The lyrics these bands write are different, the art that they create is different than what is traditional, different than   Read More ...
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Cairo Sound Music Festival in Dubai this weekend
Temperatures are dropping in Dubai, which can only mean one thing: music festivals. Lots and lots of music festivals. Next week, we’ve got the inaugural Arabic alternative festival Al Wasla (Jadal, Mashrou Leila) and in February, we have RedFestDXB (G-Eazy, Demi Lovato) and Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival (Enrique Iglesias, Mariah Carey). But first: Cairo Sound Music Festival, a newcomer on the scene that is open to all ages, taking   Read More ...
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