June 12, 2001
Egyptian megastar Nabila Ebeid will star in and produce the new film Al Saqr (Eagle), about the sinking of the Israeli destroyer Elate,
Egyptian actress Gala Fahmi is gearing up to shoot a new feature, Taataa Wa Rika Wa Kazem Beik in Israel, the sequel to a film she starred in with Kamal Al Shinnawi 10years ago
The value of Egyptian foreign currency reserves has gradually declined over the past few years, according to <I>Al-Hayat</I> daily.
An Egyptian delegation consisting of representatives from Al-Ahli Bank and the country’s petroleum sector, is seeking potential investors to purchase shares in the Middle East Petroleum Refinery Compa
June 11, 2001
Several market experts are criticizing Egyptian small investors’ rush to get out of the market in the wake of Parliament’s interpellation session on a
Egypt tied Kenya in the friendly soccer match they played in Nairobi. The Egyptian team will this week face Ivory Coast in the World Cup Finals.
Italy’s Udinese has asked Egypt’s Zamalek to pay $600,000 in return for striker Hazem Imam. Zamalek has offered $250,000 for its former star.
Egypt’s U-21 soccer team won the Chili Cup by beating Australia 5-4 on Sunday, before heading to Argentine for World Cup finals, June 17-July 8.
European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana and Swedish Prime Minister Goran Persson, who are currently meeting Israeli and Palestinian official
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher stressed on Sunday that his country was keen to have good relations with Iran because of its key role in the reg
Egypt and the European Union will sign a partnership pact on June 25 in Luxembourg.
An EgyptAir delegation will head to the United States on Tuesday to respond to the preliminary US report on the October 1999 crash of an EgyptAir flig
Renowned actor Mohammed Riyadh is currently shooting the outdoor scenes of the new series Al Madhi Yaoud (The Past Returns), directed by Mohammed Al Naqly.
Wael Nour may have secured his first-ever lead role in the film Al Tifl Al Umlaq (The Giant Child), the story of a kindergartener who suddenly becomes the size of a grown-up
In another sign of warming ties between Cairo and Damascus, Syria’s recent Egyptian Film Week kicked off a film aptly entitled The Lovers.