July 9, 2001
Egyptian singer Mustafa Amar has wrapped up three days of shooting the video for his new song Hayati (My Life) in the French city of Nice,
Renowned Egyptian singer Ehab Tawfiq has announced that an Arab music company wants to pay him three million pounds for the rights to his new album,
The Arabian Maghreb telecommunication market is seeing fierce competition amongst five European and one Arab telecom firms, according to senior market sources in the region.
A 1.3-billion Egyptian pound ($329 million) project, aimed at improving irrigation and sewage networks in Egypt’s Naga Hamadi region, is expected to begin next year.
An Egyptian-Sudanese Marketing Company would soon be established in order to increase trade between the two countries.
Egypt Aluminum Company, the country’s sole crude aluminum manufacturer, recently announced that it intends to expand production by 25 percent during the year 2003.
July 8, 2001
By Mohammad Baali Albawaba.com – Cairo Soaring numbers of Egyptian parliamentarians and government officials, 934 by the latest count, are facing leg
Prosecutor Mahmoud Al Arousi has referred the director general of the Egyptian Ministry of Economy’s deals and promotions department to the Higher Dis
The highest-ranking sheikh at Al Azhar, the top Sunni Muslim authority in the world, has changed his religious decree barring cornea transplants witho
There are reports that a French club is interested in buying Ahli’s left defender Ahmad Abu Mesallam “for no less than a million dollars.”
Egypt’s female weight lifter, Nagham Ramadan, achieved the fourth place in the World Championship in Greece.
A team sponsored by the University of Pennsylvania Museum is exploring the burial chambers of two priests at the Teti pyramid complex at Saqqara.
The results of the 7th Cairo Radio and TV Festival were announced on Sunday at the closing ceremony at the Information Production City.
Egyptian singer Amr Diab has recently recorded a special song for the Palestinian Intifada called Al Quds Terjaa Lana (Jerusalem Will Be Returned to Us),
Director Mohammed Al Najjar has paid $200,000 to a team of special effects experts from London to help him shoot a half-minute scene in the film Rihlet Hobb (Love Journey).