July 13, 2000
Investigators probing the case of an Egyptian-US human rights and democracy activist, Saadeddin Ibrahim, have arrested four more people, bringing the
July 12, 2000
Egypt removes Kenyan tea from its list of preferential goods
July 11, 2000
(AFP) - Egypt's bourse surged more than four percent despite a week of poor performances by most Arab stock markets, Bakheet Financial Advisers reported Saturday.
July 10, 2000
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak is determined to seek a deal with the Palestinians at the Camp David summit, despite political turmoil at home, a se
July 9, 2000
Sakhr has learned from history. Unlike the late '80s, this time round their Arabized Palm OS is free. No dingles, no protection, just plain free.
A member of a women's voting group was arrested on charges of possessing forged voting cards, in connection with a case against a prominent Egyptian-A
Two Muslim prayer leaders fell ill and died within hours of each other while giving sermons on Friday at the same mosque in Egypt's Nile delta, offici
An Egyptian man was killed when a 14th floor balcony of a hotel collapsed while he was walking on the street below searching for a job, police said in
US-based Human Rights Watch (HRW) on Saturday condemned the Egyptian government for its crackdown on non-government organizations as a bid to "intimid
Egyptian authorities have arrested 21 members of the banned Muslim Brotherhood organization and detained them for 15 days, a police source said Saturd
Recently published statistics, reported in <I>Al-Iktissad Wal-Aamal</I> magazine have shown that the economic growth rate in Egypt dropped to nearly 4.5 percent in 1999, down from 5.3 percent in 1998.
The Suez Canal has contributed to the promotion of international trade between countries both north and south of it. The Suez Canal’s annual revenues as of June 1999 rose to $143.3 million compared to
Egypt has sufficient natural gas reserves for 100 years said the country’s minister of petroleum.
July 8, 2000
Iran's foreign ministry has organized a roundtable political discussion with Iranian and Egyptian experts to examine relations between the two countri
An Egyptian court handed a six-month suspended jail sentence Saturday to a writer who published a book describing Islam's holy book the Koran as the "