December 6, 2000
Egypt\'s Minister for Religious Affairs Mohammed Hamdi Zaqzuq urged the world\'s Muslims to head to Jerusalem \"en masse\" to bring home the holy city
Eight people were injured during a clash between Muslims and Christians in the northern port city of Alexandria over extension work to a church.
Two influential US Republican senators sent a sharply worded letter to Secretary of State Madeleine Albright last week opposing supplemental financial
Although fans were disappointed to see that Samir Ghanem has chosen not to participate in this year’s lineup; they might be happy to know that he will be coming back next year… With a vengeance.
Arab auto manufacturers should strive to establish an Arab holding company, whose purpose will be to manufacture motorcars for the Arab markets and beyond, said Egypt’s minister of industry and techno
The air in Cairo is thick with dust, sand, and pollution. Some of the haze is seasonal, appearing less than two months a year, but the pollution is year-long, posing serious risks to human health.
Although Egypt\'s exports increased by 40 percent in the first half of 2000, as reported by the Central Agency for Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS),the improvement may only be illusory. The rise i
The Head of the Tax Authority, Talaat Hammam, has asserted that the economic condition in Egypt is improving from day to day. The available liquidity in the market is rising, resulting in further imp
An official Egyptian delegation will visit Seoul next January to sign four contracts jointly valued at $700 million in the sectors of textile, transportation, telecommunication and marina reported <I>
Monday, December 4, saw the market gain ground in a majority of sectors, although many stocks witnessed significant fluctuations. The telecom sector dominated by Mo-biNiL (EMOB.CA), encored a large
Alexandria Spinning &Weaving (SPIN.CA) will hold its extra-ordinary general assembly on December 21, to approve a reduction of its capital through terminating its LE900 thousand treasury stocks.
December 5, 2000
Although Salma Hayek isn’t, Sharon Stone is… Intersted?
First it was Jamal Abdul Naser’s wife, then it was Um Kulthum. Now, actress Firdos Abdul Hameed will become Safia Zaghloul.
Inas El Dagheedi has gotten approval to bring ‘Mischief’ to the Vatican.
After two years of shooting and a near fatal bout with illness, director Atef Salem has finally finished his latest project.