November 14, 2000
France Telecom wants to buy US firm Motorola\'s shares in Egypt\'s biggest mobile phone company, Mobinil, which would make the French company the largest shareholder, a source from Egyptian business c
The Egyptian government is building great expectations from its local Information Technology (IT) industry. The first IT park, "smart village”, is underway, and a visit by Mubarak to the US earlier th
November 13, 2000
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak missed the Islamic summit in Doha because he wanted to stay in the country for the parliamentary elections.
Talk about sour grapes! The Israeli Film Industry attacks the Cairo Film Festival for showing Palestinian films.
Two Egyptian actors have prompted Egypt’s TV and Radio management to temporarily halt all productions that are not directly related to the Ramadan line-up.
Actress Jala Fahmi has taken on a large political issue in her new film.
Shereen Saif El Nasr did not leave London because of her divorce…
Egypt is the site for General Electric Medical Systems (GEMS) first Middle East office. GEMS’s decision to open the office points to the fact that the company’s customer base in the region has grown t
At the end of the meetings held by the Egyptian Japanese Business Council, the head of the Egyptian representative delegation to these meetings, Abdul-Monaem Saudi, revealed that the management of the
<b>Date:</b> Nov 13 - Nov, 19 2000 <b>Location:</b> Cairo International Convention Center, Cairo, Egypt <b>Specifics:</b> <b>Coordination by:</b> Art Line for Organizing International Exhibiti
November 12, 2000
Two Egyptian olive harvesters were wounded Sunday by gunfire that Egyptian police said came from Israeli troops shooting at Palestinian demonstrators
Twelve people died and seven others were injured Sunday when a truck and another vehicle crashed head-on in the south Egyptian governorate of Aswan.
A defeated candidate in Egypt's parliamentary elections opened fire on supporters of his victorious rival Saturday, leaving one man dead and a 13-year
Drucker Industries Inc. has announced that a seventh well in the Hana field, Gulf of Suez, Egypt has been successfully drilled and completed.
November 11, 2000
Egypt has finished an inventory of 20,000 antiquities returned by Israel and will soon put them on display, an official who works with Sinai.