June 17, 2001
Zamalek has sent an envoy to negotiate with Lebanon’s Njmeh in a deal to buy its strikers Erol and Sunday, who performed the best in the Lebanese seas
Egypt’s soccer team will meet Ivory Coast in African Cup of Nations in Abidjan on Sunday at 19:00 Cairo time. Egypt has already secured its seat in th
A hardline Iranian group vowed on Saturday to resist a reformist bid to rename a street in Tehran which has soured relations with Egypt.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak will hold a ministerial meeting soon to review the nation's modernization plans as part of an association agreement w
A Cairo-bound EgyptAir flight was held at John F. Kennedy International Airport for 10 hours after a threat to the aircraft was reported to authoritie
By now everyone knows that the best thing about Maali Zayed, on a long list of very good things, is her bright, incredibly instinctive, impulsive, dangerous
Al Sillem Wil Thoaban (Snakes and Ladders) is a new kind of film. First-time screenwriter Mohamed Hefzi hits the theaters with a romantic comedy directed by Tareq Al Erian
Scenarist Bashir Al Deek and director Omar Bayyoumi are holding meetings before shooting the film Sharagheesh, which will star Muna Zaki, Mohammed Saad and Wahid Seif
The Egyptian actress Shireen is currently shooting the comedy series Yawm bi Yawm (Day by Day) along with Wael Noor, Mamdouh Abdel Aleem, Hassan Hossni
Egyptian censors have refused to give the green light for shooting the film Estanjalina, which is scripted by Walid Yousef and directed by Sayyed Seif.
Egypt and Iran vowed on Friday, June 15, to further strengthen their cooperation in the field of labor, during a meeting of the two countries’ labor ministers in Geneva.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak will hold a ministerial meeting soon to review the nation's modernization plans as part of an association agreement with the European Union.
The Egyptian Public Business Ministry recently stated that cement prices are currently stable. The price of one ton of cement stands at 192 Egyptian pounds ($49), considered quite fair for local consu
The Kuwaiti Khorafi Group recently announced plans to increase its investments in the Egyptian market to $1.3 billion, over the next five to eight years.
Heated competition between local and foreign pharmaceutical companies on the Egyptian drug market recently resulted in several lawsuits being filed.