June 20, 2001
Egypt’s men’s and women’s biking teams are in Syria for the Arab Biking Tournament in the northern city of Idlib.
Egypt’s U-19 soccer team will meet Argentina in the World Cup Wednesday night in a challenging encounter.
Zamalek’s striker Tareq Said has been elected the best player in Egypt in a poll in which 87 sports critics took part.
Egypt’s Coptic Pope Shnouda III attacked sensationalism in the press on Tuesday, while expressing “pride” at the press association and government's st
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat arrived in Cairo Tuesday night for talks with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on the Palestinian uprising. Meanwh
The latest Egyptian film to combine action-adventure, romance, and comedy is Africano, shot in stunning locations in South Africa.
Playwright Lenin Al Ramli has released his latest comedy, Adam Wa Hawaa (Adam and Eve), directed by Mohsen Hilmi and costarring Abla Kamel, Mamdouh Wafi, Rania Farid Shawki
Egyptian singer Shaaban Abdel Rahim is headed for the US, where he will take on Michael Jackson for the latter’s recent pro-Israel song.
Director Alaa Karim has begun shooting his television detective series Uyoon Hazinah (Sad Eyes) inside Al Khalifah police station,
The General Assembly of the Egypt Electricity Company has recently approved an agreement in which the Islamic Development Bank would finance the construction of the North Cairo Electricity Generation
On Monday, June 18, the market was unchanged with a small volume of 2.4 million shares changing hands. Bond trading revived again, as 180 million were traded. The PAMI slipped 0.23 percent, while the
Under a recently signed agreement, A Swiss fund will finance six new development projects in Egypt, at a total cost of $41 million.
June 19, 2001
An Egyptian man was beheaded Tuesday in the Saudi city of Medina for beating and burning to death a Pakistani.
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat is to hold talks with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on Wednesday on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, against t
Despite sometimes tense relations between Egypt’s Muslims and Christians, the government, Islamists, professional associations, the press and most ci