November 8, 2000
Several foreign and Egyptian journalists covering the parliamentary elections in Egypt were beaten, roughed up or intimidated on Wednesday.
Egyptians voted Wednesday in the third and final stage of a month of polling, marked by two deaths, with President Mubarak's ruling party having alrea
While on leisurely tour in Lebanon, Mohammad Subhi had a lot to say about Palestine and the recently liberated south of Lebanon.
Ilham Shahine believes that the greatest gift she can give the Palestinians of ‘Al Aqsa’ Intifada is a film on the victory of Lebanon against the previously Israeli occupied south.
Egypt has decided that enough is enough! The countries movie industry has decided to portray the Arab/Israeli Conflict from its own point of view.
Diana Haddad will not sing in the US in light of the current uprising in Palestine.
Egyptian Telecom and Information ministry is planning to invest 21.5 billion Egyptian pounds over the next five years to develop the existing telephone network and install new telephone lines througho
The Egyptian government is planning a permanent Egyptian products exhibition in the UAE. sizeable volumes of Egyptian products transit through Dubai and are then re-exported to the AGCC countries. The
November 7, 2000
Egypt's high military court postponed a verdict expected Tuesday on 20 members of the fundamentalist Muslim Brotherhood, charged with reactivating the
Synopsis: Golfing isn’t as brutal a sport as football or hockey, right? Tell that to Matt Damon, who cracked a rib and blistered his hands while perfecting his swing for The Legend of Bagger Vance.
Sohpia Loren is delighted at being presented by an honorary award at the Cairo Film Festival.
The United States has threatened to withdraw its participation from this year’s Cairo Film Festival, if chairman Hussein Fahmy goes along with showing various movies and documentaries in support of Pa
Mona Abdul Ghani has been asked to pay a large sum of money to the Egyptian Tax Agency. However, the long-retired actress has un-negotiable proof that the agency is mistaken.
Well, not really, but her latest venture into the small screen has a lot to do with secrets…
Adel Imam’s play, The Bodyguard, is in great demand. Unfortunately, the actor is very very busy.