Egypt

June 1, 2001

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Cairo shop owners who have shut their doors to protest a new tax have found a new ally: their colleagues in Alexandria, who have also closed down.

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IT authorities in Egypt said that that $15 million had been allocated for the establishment of 25 new IT centers around the country over the next thre

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Falafel, a universal food in most of the Middle East, was reincarnated Thursday as McFalafel at Cairo branches of McDonald's.

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Excavations at an oasis in the Egyptian desert have revealed huge fossil bones of what paleontologists say appears to have been the second most massiv

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It has been reported that Egypt and Jordan have signed a preliminary accord to build an overland natural gas pipeline from the El Arish in Egypt to Aq

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BP has discovered natural gas in the Mediterranean Sea off the Egyptian city of Alexandria in a deposit that is expected to be exploitable for about 2

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Several Middle East News Agency journalists have announced a sit-in at the Press Association headquarters in Cairo to protest against alleged administ

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Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and former Israeli president Ezer Weizman had a low-profile meeting Thursday. Diplomats said a deal was discussed to

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US envoy to the Middle East, William Burns met Thursday with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in Cairo and discussed with him efforts aiming to restor

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Former Israeli president, Ezer Weizman, will arrive Thursday in Cairo for talks with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on the Palestinian crisis.

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