August 30, 2000
Rising star Ula Ghanem is set to star in yet another series after her great success with Jisr El Khatar.
Egypt's exports to Iraq will reach $1.2 billion this year, compared with $400 million in 1999. Egypt's main exports to Iraq include cereals, sugar, medicines, medical equipment and cars.
Compared to Western countries, Egypt’s dairy product industry is relatively small, but concurrent changes in the country’s lifestyle and in consumer attitudes have brought about a growing demand for p
The Cairo Amman Bank (CAB) has recorded JD2.2 million net profit in mid-year results this year compared to the losses incurred in the same period of 1999, a bank's statement said this week.
The public relations manager of the Suez Canal authority, Hassan Refat, has given the “green light” to begin work on a project aimed at deepening and expanding the canal. The goal of this project is t
August 29, 2000
Following a great performance in a local television program for Algerian television, Anoushka has been invited to participate in this year’s Algerian
In an era of comedy, Najla Fathi sticks to romance, a genre in whish she has excelled throughout her career. In the Egyptian/Lebanese collaboration, N
After one year of resting, the famous songstress Najat El Saghira, will resurface with a new album.
Adel Imam reveals the first glimpse at his yet-to-be-shot movie, Amir El Thalam.
A wonderfully expressed metaphor between Hani Shaker and a castle are depicted in the video for his latest song Al Mafroud.
President Mubarak meets with Arafat in Egypt Wednesday, a day after Clintons visit.
A breakthrough discovery, as one of Egypt’s most revered and celebrated musicians, Um Kulthum might have had an affair with journalist Mohammad Al Tab
Sensational actress and songstress, Angham, caused a big uproar in the Floating Theater of Cairo, when the 30 something actress was a no show.
August 28, 2000
The Court of Quebec has decides to postpone to October 23rd the trial of Tarek Adealy Khafagy, one of two Egyptian men accused of threatening to bomb
Farid Shawqi would turn in his grave if he saw what his daughters were up to these days. The five sisters are in a court battle over their father’s me