November 4, 2000
Three people were shot dead and dozens injured Saturday as a new round in Egypt's legislative elections opened with clashes between police and Islamis
November 3, 2000
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November 2, 2000
Egypt’s musicians guild has decided to expel any member who works with the Qatari-based al-Jazira television channel after it allegedly sullied Egypt'
Talk about religious bias. Egypt’s young generation of actors have taken a strong stand against portraying ‘Christian’ roles.
The Arab Music Festival, which is being held in Cairo this year, will dedicate this year’s festivities to the Palestinian people suffering in the occupied land.
In a sign of Egypt's improving ties with Iraq and Iran, Egyptian trade delegations will travel later this month to Baghdad and Tehran to sign cooperation agreements.
November 1, 2000
Egypt's tourist industry, a major part of the country's economy, has been hurt by the continuing violence in the Palestinian territories.
An Egyptian with suspected links to terrorist organizations was arrested and immediately deported by Albanian authorities.
Nabila Ebeid might be retiring from the film industry. However, the actress is adamant that she will say goodbye with a big bang!
The Egyptian Electricity and Energy Ministry has recently completed the construction of 18 new electricity conversion stations in the various industrial zones and urban communities throughout the coun
October 31, 2000
Egyptian industrialists warned Tuesday they will boycott Israeli products if violence continues in the Palestinian territories.
Iranian president's economy advisor Abu Talib Shalishan discussed with Egypt's Minister of Industry, Mustafa al-Rifai, ways of promoting industrial an
Five of Egypt’s most renown romance actors and actresses, who were to be honored at this year’s Cairo Film Festival, have failed to reply to their RSVP’s.
The Arab Music Festival opens its doors tomorrow, November 1st, 2000.
The British HSBC group recently increased its share in the Egyptian British Bank (EBB), from 40 percent to 90 percent. This move, reported the <I>Middle East Times</I>, cost HSBC a total of $138.6 mil