October 16, 2000
US President Bill Clinton has decided to extend his stay at the Middle East summit in Sharm el- Sheikh past his originally scheduled midnight deadline
US President Bill Clinton kept up a hectic flurry of bilateral meetings here at an emergency Middle East peace summit on Monday, entering a third roun
Egypt's mufti Sheikh Nasr Farid Wasel called Monday on Arab and Muslim nations to boycott Israel, which "does not want peace," the state news agency M
Hneidi admits to mistakes in Billiah and emphasizes that he has no hope of ever supersceeding Adel Imam as the Arab world’s King of Comedy.
Rogina is back on track with a career, a husband and a little girl.
For Leila Elwi’s fans, there will be two things to celebrate next month. The first will be her safe return from some medical check-ups in Paris, and t
Green Eyed Egyptian actress Huda Ramzi has come out of her 9-year hiding in order to return to her career. This time, however, she won’t be an actress
A new controversial Egyptian series depicts the classical thought of the times; the youth are corrupt, and the older generations are mature and stable
The trial of the US-Egyptian human rights militant Saad Eddin Ibrahim will open November 18 at Egypt's state security court, Judge Wahid Mahmud of the
Full text of US President Bill Clinton's remarks at the openning of the Sharm El Sheikh Summit Monday.
Russia, a co-sponsor of the Middle East peace process, was not invited to attend the Sharm el-Sheikh summit.
The Egyptian Minister of Industry and Technology Development, Mustapha Al-Refai, has recently announced that 141 new industrial projects are currently being built in October 6th City.
Despite taking huge strides forward over the past few years, Egypt’s automotive industry has experienced a sharp drop in sales in 2000, reflecting the general slowdown in the local economy.
The Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, where the Middle East summit starts Monday, is both a symbol of Egyptian success and an ideal spot for international peace brokering -- \'far from the madding cr
Company Press Release: Cairo — Sakhr Software Co., the pioneer of Arabic software industry, Xerox Egypt, leader of the global document market, announced signing a mutual partnership agreement with th