Issa was chosen among the 100 most influential global figures by the BBC Arabic Network in 2019.
Head of the UK Parliament's All-Party Parliamentary Group on Egypt Jonathan Lord criticized BBC's coverage of the 10th anniversary of January uprisings.
British broadcaster Nicholas Parsons, who hosted BBC radio 4's "Just A Minute" game show for more than 50 years, has died at the age of 96 after a short illness, his agent said on Tuesday.
The Supreme Council for Media Regulation complained that the Council could observe, through its specialized committees, a repetition of serious professional mistakes by the BBC, with regard to covering the Egyptian issues, saying that theses systematic mi
The State Information Service (SIS) criticized Sunday the British Broadcasting Cooperation (BBC) for what it described as “politicized and misleading article carries several professional flaws.”
Sabry explained in his lawsuit that the BBC has incited against the Egyptian state for more than 73 years.
The channel has made a huge mistake, said Egypt’s Supreme Council for Media Regulation.
Japan in Arabic, an initiative to introduce Japan and its culture to the Arab readers has sharply criticized BBC
Liverpool's Egyptian winger, Mohamed Salah, has been named the BBC African Footballer of the Year 2018, Friday December 14.
Glasgow-based artist Charlotte Prodger won the 2018 Turner Prize on Tuesday.
Veteran British pop star Cliff Richard won a privacy case against the BBC on Wednesday after it broadcast live on television a police raid on his home.
The hashtag has been gaining popularity among Twitter users since it was initiated around seven days ago.
Families of Egyptian victims of terrorist attacks filed a lawsuit against Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad, demanding a compensation of $150 million
Matt Le Blanc to step down as BBC 'Top Gear' host.
It may be time for media businesses to start turning to iPlayer as a success model of survival.
Foreign media such as CNN and BBC have published positive reports about the presidential election.
BBC is is in hot water with the Egyptian state after a controversial news report on torturing of opposition members by Egyptian police.
The Muslim Brotherhood has started spreading rumors and lies about the upcoming presidential election.
Salama calls for continuing boycott to BBC as long as it ignored to apologize for its false report on alleged enforced disappearance cases in Egypt.
Member of Parliament SolafDarwish submitted a draft law to criminalize any act of defamation against the Armed Forces and police.