September 11, 2000
This actress was a mega-star until she decided to get married. After her recent divorce, the blonde returned to acting. However, her first experienc
Abdul Halim Hafez’s heirs are asking for a large sum of money for their share in the company, which the so-called ‘Nightingale’ established with the c
Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa has stressed that Iran's relations with Egypt and the Arab world have improved greatly.
Less than a month before the harvest of the cotton crop, the Egyptian government announced that it is raising its delivery price by LE50 ($14.3) per qantar (157.5 kilograms).
The CMA Index went down by 0.66 points or -0.11% to reach 624.38 points as compared to 625.04 points
A key national business figure, Rami Lakah, who is widely reported to have fled Egypt leaving behind almost LE1.5 billion in outstanding bank loans, has threatened to lay off thousands of workers unle
The insurance industry was in the limelight last week as Egyptian and American officials participated in a two-day seminar discussing its current status and future challenges.
September 10, 2000
Layla Elwi has finally broken the silence regarding the various rumors that have followed her in recent years.
Kathem El Saher is charged by the Egyptian Music Union with politicizing the arts and degrading his Egyptian colleagues.
In celebration of Hussein Riyadh’s 100th anniversary of his birth, the Alexandria Film Festival has decided to honor the late actor in this year’s fes
By Mahmoud Al Abed The Egyptian authority versus Islamists battle has taken many forms since the I920s, but always, one single fact has characterized
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has set October 18th as the date for launching "free" parliamentary elections.
Egypt's administrative court overturned Saturday a ban on the publication of Al-Shaab, the newspaper of the only legal Islamist party in the country,
The information technology firm, Raya Holding Company, and Citibank Egypt have signed a contract to set up a joint venture for electronic business services in Egypt and the region.
Prime Minister Atef Obeid has outlined a plan to kick start the Egyptian economy that includes curbs on imports and a program to support "honest debtors."