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Majid Al Futtaim, the leading shopping mall, communities, retail, and leisure pioneer across the Middle East, Africa, and Asia, is pleased to announce that VOX Cinemas, Ski Egypt, Magic Planet, Little Explorers and MELT Bistro & Cafe will reopen in Egypt on Saturday, 27 June following a directive from the Egyptian Cabinet. To ensure that guests can enjoy a comfortable experience with added peace of mind, all brands have undertaken extensive precautionary measures and put...

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The talented Egyptian Director, Aytin Amin, thrills us all upon announcing the selection of her film “Souad” for Festival de Cannes 2020.  The lineup list of the 73rd Cannes Film Festival, which is currently on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic, was revealed by the Festival’s Artistic Director, Thierry Fremaux, and it includes a total of 56 films.   “Souad” tells the story of two sisters who live in the Delta in a conservative family....

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Imagine this; having your wedding, the day of your dreams, and posting pictures of this special day, you find people out of nowhere make disgusting, hateful comments and bullying you because they don’t like how you look. This exactly what happened with Eman Ramadan, Mohammed Ramadan’s sister. She went viral on social media after facing harsh comments. A few days ago, Eman Ramadan had her wedding and once the photos were posted, they went viral....

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It was only a month ago when the song “Elly Qadra” went viral all over social media. The song’s video was about a bride, AKA Amina Khalil, that decided to run away on her wedding day; and to say that people were confused would be an understatement. Some shared the song along with many empowerment slogans. Others began the whole “so this is what you feminists want?” argument. And only a few thought that the...

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