Egypt

July 15, 2000

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Meetings of the Egyptian-Iraqi commercial committee will begin in August to study ways of increasing Egypt's exports to Iraq, reported ArabicNews.com.

July 14, 2000

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The Arab League accused India and Israel of seeking to develop nuclear ties and warned of the consequences of that for the Arab world, in a new report

July 13, 2000

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The United States said Thursday that freedom of expression is at stake in the case of an Egyptian-American human rights activist detained in Cairo on

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Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has called for a meeting of parliament this weekend to make urgent changes to election laws after a court ruled them

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Investigators probing the case of an Egyptian-US human rights and democracy activist, Saadeddin Ibrahim, have arrested four more people, bringing the

July 12, 2000

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Egypt removes Kenyan tea from its list of preferential goods

July 11, 2000

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(AFP) - Egypt's bourse surged more than four percent despite a week of poor performances by most Arab stock markets, Bakheet Financial Advisers reported Saturday.

July 10, 2000

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Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak is determined to seek a deal with the Palestinians at the Camp David summit, despite political turmoil at home, a se

July 9, 2000

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Sakhr has learned from history. Unlike the late '80s, this time round their Arabized Palm OS is free. No dingles, no protection, just plain free.

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A member of a women's voting group was arrested on charges of possessing forged voting cards, in connection with a case against a prominent Egyptian-A

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Two Muslim prayer leaders fell ill and died within hours of each other while giving sermons on Friday at the same mosque in Egypt's Nile delta, offici

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An Egyptian man was killed when a 14th floor balcony of a hotel collapsed while he was walking on the street below searching for a job, police said in

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US-based Human Rights Watch (HRW) on Saturday condemned the Egyptian government for its crackdown on non-government organizations as a bid to "intimid

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Egyptian authorities have arrested 21 members of the banned Muslim Brotherhood organization and detained them for 15 days, a police source said Saturd

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Recently published statistics, reported in <I>Al-Iktissad Wal-Aamal</I> magazine have shown that the economic growth rate in Egypt dropped to nearly 4.5 percent in 1999, down from 5.3 percent in 1998.