June 3, 2001
Egypt is holding its biggest ever belly-dancing festival. The week-long event has attracted nearly 300 participants from 18 countries,
Singer Mohammed Fuad has set up a big concert at Nadi el Shams in Cairo, which was attended by more than 1000 persons. Fuad sang for one hour and a half continuously
Rehearsals for the new play “Talateen Youm Hubb” which began Saturday are underway, marking the welcomed return of the Egyptian actress Samah Anwar to the theater
The Egyptian actresses, Hala and Maya Shiha, will also be sisters in a new TV series entitled “Al Mursal Ilaiha Zawjati Al Azizah”, directed by Said Al Rashidi.
Invitations have been extended for the first time in Egypt for attending a film on a CD. The film is “Gala Gala,” costarring Gala Fahmi and the emerging singing star, Fares
A preliminary accord has been involving the construction of an overland pipeline to carry natural gas from the Egyptian gas terminal in El-Arish on the Mediterranean coast, across the Sinai Desert to
Jordan's mobile pioneer, Fastlink, stated that it is ready to invest some $130 million in the Aqaba Special Economic Zone (ASEZ) to establish, among other projects, a wireless local loop (WLL).
Total investment in projects of drinking water, sanitation and roads in Egypt’s northwestern coast has reached 1.908 billion Egyptian pounds ($490.8 million), stated the minister of housing.
Falafel, a universal food in most of the Middle East, was reincarnated Thursday, May 31, as McFalafel at Cairo branches of McDonald's. The US fast food chain will serve falafel, a fried dish of chick
Egyptian Prime Minister Atef Ebeid and Saudi oil minister Ali bin Ibrahim Al-Nuaimi studied Saturday, June 1, oil and gas cooperation between their two countries, the official SPA agency said. After
BP has discovered natural gas in the Mediterranean Sea off the Egyptian city of Alexandria that will have an initial production of 28 million cubic meters (980 million cubic feet) a day, the governmen
A preliminary accord has been involving the construction of an overland pipeline to carry natural gas from the Egyptian gas terminal in El-Arish on the Mediterranean coast.
June 2, 2001
Lebanese Foreign Minister Mahmoud Hammoud has invited his Egyptian counterpart, Ahmad Maher, to pay an official visit to Lebanon.
A joint Egyptian-Sudanese marketing company will be set up soon in order to increase trade between the two countries.
A British trade delegation will visit Cairo on Sunday for talks with Egyptian official and businessmen on boosting trade ties.