December 4, 2000
Twenty-seven employees of the Japanese firm Toshiba, near Cairo, were poisoned by the food they were offered during a meal served to break the Ramadan
December 3, 2000
Nine weeks into the Egyptian cotton export season, private companies have won the lion\'s share of contracts at the expense of public enterprise compa
The Egyptian State Information Service (ESIS) announced on November 23rd that the Egyptian government is building a special museum in the Sinai city o
Sheikh Mohammed Sayed Tantawi of Al-Azhar, the highest authority for the world\'s Sunni Muslims, called for a boycott of products that benefit Israel over the Palestinians.
A legal dispute has stalled plans by the National Bank of Kuwait (NBK), Kuwait’s largest commercial bank, to take over Egypt’s Misr America International Bank (MAIB), reported the <I>Bahrain Tribune</
December 2, 2000
Egypt has begun modernizing its Mediterranean port at Alexandria with a series of projects costing around 250 million dollars to attract tourists and
Six people were killed and four seriously injured in when a building collapsed Friday in the northern Egyptian city of Alexandira.
The actors of Awan El Ward have no clue about the ending.
December 1, 2000
Sheikh Mohammed Sayed Tantawi of Al-Azhar, the highest authority for the world\'s Sunni Muslims, called for a boycott of products that benefit Israel
November 30, 2000
Egyptian General Petroleum Corp. disclosed that bids for as many as 10 deepwater concessions offshore Egypt will be due June 28. The bid deadline previously was been in mid-November.
The Holding Company for Housing, Tourism and Cinema held a meeting yesterday, November 28, to discuss investors’ bids for a 50 percent stake of Misr Hotels -Hilton (MHOT.CA), which represents the HC's
On Tuesday, November 28, the market continued to slide, following usual trading patterns in the early days of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.
November 29, 2000
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak said he remains committed to Arab-Israeli peace despite the deteriorating situation in the Palestinian territories an
A falcon smuggler was caught red handed at Cairo airport Tuesday night when his bag began to move of its own accord in front of customs inspectors.
Unusually heavy rains flooded streets in the Egyptian capital on Wednesday, creating enormous traffic jams and a slew of minor accidents.