April 16, 2001
The Kuwaiti-Egyptian joint committee will hold its third meeting in Kuwait Monday.
The renewal elections of the Egyptian Shura Council will be held May 16 in three phases to select 88 members in 69 electoral constituencies.
With actor Ezzat Abou Ouf as the host, and a bevy of pretty girls dressed in Pharaonic garb as helpers, Egyptian TV is banking on the new game show "Pyramid of Dreams"
The Israeli newspaper Yidiot Ahranot featured a full-page article on the Egyptian singer Shaaban Abdulrahim who released his hit song “I hate Israel and love Amr Mousa”
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has given Egypt 75 million euros ($70 million) for the construction of a 750,000 kilowatt power plant, Egyptian Electricity Minister Ali al-Saidi was quoted as sayin
April 15, 2001
Egyptian prosecutors are interrogating three men suspected of using the Internet to procure sex with other men.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) will grant over 36.44 million euro to support small and medium sized industry and technology projects and environme
The international film festival of Alexandria has again rejected the ongoing Israeli attempts to normalize relations with Egypt through participating in the festival
Egyptian authorities are trying to create a new tourist resort in a western desert oasis by selling land there for give-away prices to both local and foreign investors. After drawing tourists to its
<b>Date:</b> Apr 9 – Apr 12, 2001 <b>Location:</b> Cairo, Egypt <b>Specifics:</b> The program will focus on the following topics: Current best practice and ALM techniques in financial institution
April 14, 2001
Sixteen people were killed and five others injured on a southern Egyptian highway early Saturday when a minibus crashed into a truck carrying stone sl
US Giant Microsoft has assisted the Egyptian government in launching an e-government initiative that is expected to cut down on bureaucracy and speed
A cooperation agreement between Dubai World Trade Center (DWTC) and the Egyptian General Organization for International Exhibitions and Fairs has been
Nour al-Sherif proved once again that majority of the Egyptian actors and Cinematographers acclaimed him as the Best Actor for his role in the film "Kalam fil Mamnoue"
April 13, 2001
Egypt's Central Bank on Thursday cut its discount rate to 11.5 percent from 12 percent in a move welcomed by market operators, but which some analysts