May 17, 2001
An economic cooperation summit of the Common Market For Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) will open in Egypt at the end of May.
May 16, 2001
Egyptian judicial sources have revealed that 36 alleged members of the banned Muslim Brotherhood were arrested before Shura Council elections on Wedn
Syrian President Bashar Al Assad cut short talks with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on efforts to end Israeli attacks on Palestinians and left earl
Egypt's former foreign minister, Amr Moussa, started his new job as the secretary general of the 22-member Arab League by calling for an urgent meetin
The appointment of the former Egyptian ambassador to the US, Ahmad Maher, as the new foreign minister, has received mixed reviews from Egyptian opposi
Dozens of Egyptian political activists marched on Tuesday to the offices of the Arab League on the 53rd anniversary of Nakba.
Jordanian Foreign Minister Abdel-Ilah Khatib is to send an emissary to his Israeli counterpart Shimon Peres on Wednesday with Jordan's and Egypt's res
The first stage of the elections for the Egyptian Shura Council will start Wednesday in eight governorates, where 232 candidates will be contesting 30
The movie “Jahim Tahet Al Ard” (Underground Hell), costarring Samir Sabri, Raghda and Kamal Al Shinnawi, will represent Egypt in several international festivals
Following the steps of many other singers from the stage to the silver screen, Egyptian singer Hisham Abbas has decided to debut in the movie “Haddoutet Hubb” (Love Story)
The Egyptian government will soon submit a new integrated tax plan to the People’s Assembly Committee for Planning and the Budget in an attempt to create a more sound economic system.
The Egyptian authorities have recently stated that the application of the new General Sales Tax may boost the country’s economy.
Egyptian Oil Minister Sameh Fahmi has rejected claims that the objective of his visit to the United Arab Emirates was to discuss the Middle East Oil Refinery (Midor) oil refinery project with Gulf inv
Gulf Air said on Tuesday, May 15, it had agreed with its insurers to pay $125,000 in compensation for each adult and $75,000 for each child killed in last year's Gulf Air crash in which all 143 people
With its rapidly growing and largely impoverished population, Egypt’s government faces a massive obstacles when it comes to housing.