July 3, 2001
The new film Al Abwab Al Moghlaqa (Closed Doors) tackles the Gulf War and the rise of religious fundamentalism through the lens of an adolescent who loses his innocence
Sudanese TV announced Monday morning the death of renowned artist Sayyed Khalifa, 68, in Jordan, where he was receiving treatment
The Egyptian government recently decided to establish a new company to manage the assets of the Egyptian Railways Authority.
In a mixed week for the Arab stock markets, Jordan’s ASE index gained 2.3 percent closing at 140.86 points, while the Egyptian Hermes Financial Index continued its downward trend falling 2.8 percent t
An international conference for Investment Opportunities and Trade in Egypt is soon to be held in London.
Thursday’s market halted its losing streak and gained some ground. The active PAMI index edged up 0.79 percent to 6,346.6, while the PIPO index inched down 0.36 percent. Telecom companies lead the r
The Deputy Governor of the Egyptian Central Bank, Mahmoud Abu Al-Oyoun, and the Egyptian Minister of Treasury, Medhat Hassanein, will soon begin a tour to promote a $2 billion denominated bonds issuan
July 2, 2001
By Mahmoud Al Abed English News Editor Albawaba.com - Amman In Arab culture, there is nothing so humiliating as having to beg for your daily bread f
Egypt’s Arab Manufacturing Authority has chosen July 11 to roll out its first set of A-8 advanced training aircraft, which it has manufactured in coll
Egypt’s soccer team will face Ghana in the FIFA’s Youth Championship’s semifinals after its dramatic 2-1 victory over Deutschland Sunday.
Egypt’s soccer league has decided to file an official complaint at the African federation against the referee who ran its Saturday match against Moroc
Iran on Monday gave an upbeat assessment of normalization talks with Egypt, but stopped short of giving an exact date for full restoration of ties.
Against a backdrop of rising regional tensions, Egypt and Libya will hold a summit before the end of this week.
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat will travel to Egypt's Mediterranean city of Alexandria on Monday for talks with President Hosni Mubarak and visit
Egypt’s cash-strapped Cassette Producers Society is studying the possibility of lowering the pay of singers starting next winter season.