January 2, 2001
A landfall in the ancient Egyptian city of Abydos has unearthed a cemetery of animal mummies that archaeologists hope could give clues to new religiou
January 1, 2001
Four members of the same family were killed and two others severely burned in a fire in a Cairo apartment block early Monday.
<I>Al-Sharq Al-Awsat</I> newspaper recently reported that several members of the Egyptian Industry and Energy Parliamentary Committee have demanded that the Egyptian Petroleum Minister, Sameh Fahmi, i
In the last week of the year Egyptian mutual funds outperformed the PAMI, dipping 0.4 percent, whereas the PAMI fell 1.03 percent. Sixteen funds were able to end the week on a positive note. Misr In
December 31, 2000
An Egyptian man beat his magician uncle to death with a stick after his mother filed for divorce, claiming the man\'s sorcery was behind his parents\'
An undercover policeman and a guard were shot dead in a southern Egyptian village by two men they were trying to apprehend.
Apache Corp. announced today that the Neith S. 3X appraisal of its 2,634 barrel-per-day 1X discovery from earlier this year has confirmed the presence of commercial hydrocarbons on the Khalda Offset C
December 30, 2000
Seven people died and 14 were seriously injured Saturday when a lorry smashed into a minibus on a road south of Cairo before fleeing the scene.
December 29, 2000
A French magistrate has ordered three Islamic militants suspected of the 1995 Paris Orsay railway station bombing in which 30 people were wounded to s
Two jailed Egyptian Islamist journalists walked free from prison after a presidential amnesty pardoned offenders who had served at least half their se
December 28, 2000
Seven people died Thursday when a shared taxi and a truck collided on an Upper Egypt highway.
December 27, 2000
Dublin International Petroleum (Egypt) Ltd. discovered oil in the Hana-8 well onshore Egypt. The well penetrated 40 feet of net pay in the Kareemoil reservoir.
Three Arab companies are to buy Sainsbury\'s shares in the supermarket chain launched by the British retailer in Egypt last January.
The Egyptian Tourism Ministry hopes that the coming New Year celebrations will bring up the number of nights spent by tourists in Egypt to as high as 35 million.
Orascom Telecom (OT) is currently bidding for one of four GSM licenses in Nigeria. However, Nigeria’s fixed carrier NITEL is expected to win one of these licenses, leaving three open for competitive b