November 21, 2000
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak said on Tuesday that he regretted Egypt's decision to recall its ambassador to the Jewish state, saying Cairo had a
The Head of the Water Authority in Cairo has announced that the capacity of the Cairo water Treatment Station will rise by next April from 800,000 cubic meters per day to 1,110,000.
The Egyptian Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation, Yousuf Walli, estimates the total areas planted with corn in the country at 1.7 million fadans, while the per fadan average productivity rate
Plans currently are underway to transform the Egyptian inland cargo transportation sector, with the goal being to reduce the dependency on trailer traffic along the country’s major highways by increas
November 20, 2000
The international human rights group Amnesty International on Monday condemned an Egyptian court for giving prison terms to 15 Muslim Brotherhood memb
A Czech archeological mission discovered a 4,000-year-old tomb from the time of the pharaohs in Egypt's Abu Sir region, southeast of Cairo.
Twelve people died in two car accidents on a foggy Monday morning in Upper Egypt.
Egypt believes an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal is still possible before US President Bill Clinton leaves office, if "courageous decisions" are taken
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November 19, 2000
A criminal court in the southern Egyptian city of Aswan has sentenced two police officers to jail terms for murdering two suspected robbers who had be
The head of Egypt's Chambers of Commerce Union called here Sunday for a resumption of full diplomatic ties between Cairo and Tehran.
Egypt's high military court on Sunday condemned 15 members of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood to between three and five years in prison and acquitted
The Egyptian Petroleum Minister, Sameh Fahmi, has announced that several new oil pipelines were recently operated to carry crude oil products from the refining and production sites to the end-consumer
Centurion Energy International Inc. announced drilling of El Wastani #2 re-entry well located in the prolific Nile Delta region of Egypt has begun.
November 18, 2000
A Cairo court sentenced an Egyptian opposition journalist to six months in jail for libel on Saturday after he accused the high-profile journalists' u