June 28, 2001
The Egyptian Press Association (EPA) has stressed that it will obey an order by the head of the judicial committee supervising it elections that five
An assembly of Sudanese opposition groups on Wednesday suspended meetings aimed at responding to an Egyptian-Libyan peace plan, but press reports said
Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah bin Abdelaziz will make an official visit to Egypt following a private visit to France on Thursday.
The general committee of Egypt’s newly elected Shura Council has asked the other council committees to carry out research in line with President Muba
Anti-Semitic incitement continues in the Egyptian press, claims the US Anti-Defamation League (ADL), which refers to 13 alleged instances between Febr
Some 80 Egyptian lawmakers have canceled plans to attend Saturday’s Morocco-Egypt World Cup match due to financial problems.
Speaker of the Egyptian parliament has cancelled, for financial reasons, a trip by 80 MPs to attend Egypt’s elimination soccer match with Morocco.
Egypt has moved on to quarterfinals in the World Youth Cup when its soccer team defeated the US 2-0 on Wednesday. The team will now face Angola or Hol
Egypt’s chief of staff and minister of defense, Field Marshal Mohammed Said Tantawi, said Wednesday that the national security of Egypt was inseparabl
Members of the Egyptian movie industry paid their respects overnight on Wednesday as the body of film star Soad Hosni, the "Cinderella" of the Arab screen, was flown home to Cairo.
A number of top Arab singers including Ehab Tawfiq (Egypt), George Wassouf and Assi Al Hillani (Lebanon), Omar Al Abdallat (Jordan) and the UAE singer Ahlam
Egyptian actress Gala Fahmi is gearing up to shoot the series Al Farashat Tahtareq Daeman (Butterflies Burning Constantly),
Egypt’s TV Film Contracts Department is planning to screen 25 of the 82 films of the late Suad Hosni on the small screen, including Al Karnak, which has been barred by TV censors many times
June 27, 2001
The trial of Egyptian feminist Nawal Saadawi has prompted the latest in a series of US media reports blasting the Arab country for human rights abuses
A report says the US administration is examining a proposal to reduce Egyptian military aid by $100 million, amid allegations that Cairo is developing