March 4, 2001
The Egyptian Company for Mobile Services, MobiNil, and AA-Technologies jointly hosted a two-day GSM Arab World Meeting, held in Cairo on February 19th
Hani Shaker, has produced a new song dedicated to the recent Palestinian uprising and, in particular, to the memory of 12-year-old victim Mohammed Al-Durra.
the French Cultural Center premiered al-Madina, a film directed by Yousri Nasrallah in 1999. It isn’t his most recent work, but it’s still new to Beirut
The renowned Egyptian star, Faten Hamama, will participate in a documentary program produced by the international committee of the Red Cross in Cairo.
Egypt's Al-Ahram Beverages Company (ABC) said Wednesday, February 28, it was becoming the country's sole beer and wine producer with an agreement to buy 100 percent of the shares of rival El-Gouna Bev
Al-Ahram Beverages Company (PYBR.CA –PYBRq.L)–ABC released its twelve-month FY2000 results ending December, in which net income increased 10 percent to LE112.876 million up from LE102.528 million in F
On Wednesday, February 28, the market ran out of steam after the previous day’s rebound. Volumes remained light in the absence of market moving developments. The top gainer for the session was unsurpr
March 3, 2001
Seven Egyptians, including six soldiers, were killed and eight injured Saturday when the minibus they were travelling in crashed head-on into a truck
The competition continues between old-timers and young blood in the Eid Al Adha film releases. The Eid holiday will witness a showdown between established stars like Nour El-Sherif and Mahmoud Abdel
After a six year absence Egyptian/Nubian singer Mohamed Mounir has returned with an album that is already storming the charts in Egypt and the UAE.
March 2, 2001
After two years of battling with MobiNil to establish a strong subscriber base, Click GSM is set to take its fight onto the stock exchange floor, beco
March 1, 2001
The first New York City Arab and Iranian Film Festival was held in New York this week between February 23 and February 25, 2000.
When Faten Hamama was an innocent child, nobody expected a prosperous future for her in the artistic field with all of these achievements at the local
Egypt’s ministerial privatization committee approved the sale of 90 percent of shares of the Egyptian gypsum company at 83 million pounds on condition
Four documentaries produced by the students of the Abu Dhabi Women's College (ADWC) has been selected by the first Arab film festival in the Gulf which will be held in Doha from March 17 to 23