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The death sentences of two men convicted in the slaying of Lebanese pop star Suzanne Tamim have been upheld by an Egyptian court, officials said. Prosecutors said business tycoon Hisham Talaat Moustafa, a parliament member of the ruling National Democratic Party, paid former police officer Muhsen el
An Egyptian real-estate mogul and ex-member of Parliament has been found guilty of ordering the slaying of his ex-girlfriend, Lebanese pop singer Suzanne Tamim. Tamim's career reportedly began when she won a gold medal on Lebanon's Studio al-Fann talent show in 1996.
An Egyptian businessman and member of parliament pleaded not guilty Saturday to paying for the killing of a Lebanese pop star. Suzanne Tamim was stabbed in July in her apartment in Dubai. The killer allegedly gained entrance by posing as a building worker.
According to a report published in an Egyptian newspaper several female movie stars are competing to play the role of the late Lebanese artist Suzan Tamim in a few different films about her life story.
The young Egyptian actress Mina Shalabi will play the role of the late Lebanese artist Suzan Tamim in the new film "Qitah wa Arbaa Thiab" (A Cat and Four Wolves). The film portrays the late artist's life. Mina said that the story still needs to be approved by the sensors.