December 6, 2000
Alexandria Spinning &Weaving (SPIN.CA) will hold its extra-ordinary general assembly on December 21, to approve a reduction of its capital through terminating its LE900 thousand treasury stocks.
December 5, 2000
Although Salma Hayek isn’t, Sharon Stone is… Intersted?
First it was Jamal Abdul Naser’s wife, then it was Um Kulthum. Now, actress Firdos Abdul Hameed will become Safia Zaghloul.
Inas El Dagheedi has gotten approval to bring ‘Mischief’ to the Vatican.
After two years of shooting and a near fatal bout with illness, director Atef Salem has finally finished his latest project.
Egyptian actress Lucy and singer Mohammad Fouad will be teaming up for a new film.
Amr Diab will play a poor man in love in his next film.
Sana Younes retires from a broken heart.
As Cairo reaches its saturation point for jobs and opportunity, other cities in Egypt are becoming centers for rapid development.
Egypt’s Banque Misr stands behind a venture, joining the International Visa Organization and MobiNil, to the first Egyptian credit card using banking facilities supplied via the cell phone.
December 4, 2000
The police said Monday they arrested a gang of pickpockets who distracted their victims by pretending to produce the Egyptian version of the worldwide
Twenty-seven employees of the Japanese firm Toshiba, near Cairo, were poisoned by the food they were offered during a meal served to break the Ramadan
December 3, 2000
Nine weeks into the Egyptian cotton export season, private companies have won the lion\'s share of contracts at the expense of public enterprise compa
The Egyptian State Information Service (ESIS) announced on November 23rd that the Egyptian government is building a special museum in the Sinai city o
Sheikh Mohammed Sayed Tantawi of Al-Azhar, the highest authority for the world\'s Sunni Muslims, called for a boycott of products that benefit Israel over the Palestinians.