June 16, 2001
The judicial panel supervising the elections of the Egyptian Press Association has set July 3 as the date for members to choose their new chief.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak will hold an expanded cabinet meeting on Saturday to review the final Egyptian-European partnership agreement and the
Preparations are underway in Japan for about 1,000 Japanese, including MPs and officials, to take part in a race along the Suez Canal Bridge next Octo
The council of governors at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has approved a decision to keep the agency’s director general, the Egyptian
Egypt’s soccer team will face Jamaica Sunday in their first match in the U-19 World Cup in Argentina. The host and Finland are the other members of th
Ahli clinched Egypt Cup after it beat Ghazal Mahilla 2-0 in Cairo on Friday. The goals were scored in the extra period as the original time ended with
Egypt and Iran vowed on Friday to further strengthen their cooperation in the field of labor, during a meeting of the two countries’ labor ministers i
The Egyptian government has begun an “ambitious program” to create a high-speed telecommunications and IT network, said Minister of Telecommunications
Foreign direct investment in Egypt has reached about $1.65 billion, according to Minister of Planning and International Cooperation Ahmed Al Darsh.
Egyptian renowned Actress Yousra agreed to star in the new TV episode Bent Afandina taken from a story holding the same name and written by Mohammed Jalal
Egyptian actress Sharihan has not yet named a director for her quiz program Sit Assittat (Best of All Women), which marks her return to television after a four-year hiatus.
Egyptian actor Ahmed Bedeir will soon begin shooting his most recent comedy film, Saidi Fi Madrasat Al Banat (Saidi in the School for Girls).
Renowned Egyptian actor Salah Al Saadani is gearing up to shoot his film Al Harb Al Misriyyah Al Amerikiyyah (The Egyptian-American War), which has been postponed for four years,
June 15, 2001
Egypt's charge d’affairs in Baghdad has said that the trade volume between the two Arab countries is expected to reach $2.5 billion by the end of the
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has ordered the ministry of health “to place all its facilities at the disposal of the Sudanese people,” with the foc