June 10, 2001
The Egyptian Press Association plans to celebrate Journalist's Day on Sunday with sits-ins and a ceremony to honor high achievers in their field.
A Kuwaiti parliamentary delegation arrived in Egypt on Saturday to bolster cooperation between the two countries’ legislative bodies and discuss regio
Egypt’s Ismaili has agreed to sell its soccer star Rida Sika to Belgium’s SC Charleroi, while Al Masri hasn’t reached a deal over Mohammad Abu Greisha
Egypt’s Zamalek is secretly probing a corruption case after EP100,000 disappeared over six months of the basketball team and the club’s sports schools
Egypt’s handball team lost again, this time to Slovenia 24-25, in Paris four-team tournament after their defeat before Russia on Friday.
Egyptian Premier Atef Ebeid recently denied as baseless reports that the chief of the country's bourse had resigned over corruption charges, but confi
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak will review an Egyptian-European Union association agreement and set a date for its conclusion during a meeting to be
Three Palestinian women were killed by an Israeli tank shell in the Gaza Strip Saturday, following a relative respite in the long-running conflict, an
Egyptian comedy star Mohammed Henaidi has topped the earnings list for the new cinema season, which will begin in three weeks.
Singer Mohammed Munir has begun shooting the new TV series Al Wad Elly Sab El Balad, bsed on the last work of the late writer Yousef Francis.
The General Lithographic Egypt company is currently seeking investors to finance a new tinplate factory with a 100,000 metric tons a year production capacity.
Head of the Egyptian Parliament, Ahmed Fathi, currently holds a list naming all local companies known to have imported spoiled wheat from abroad.
The French Alcatel Company has recently signed an agreement to transfer various operation sites situated throughout the region, as well as its regional headquarters, to Egypt’s Smart Village.
The Egyptian International Fairs and Market Public Authority is expected is organizing an Egyptian Products Fair in the Iranian capital of Tehran from June 27 to July 2, 2001.
The Egyptian government is expected to approve a new law protecting market competition and preventing monopolies. In 1998, approximately 3.5 million local dealers demanded that the government invoke a