Egypt

February 27, 2001

02:00 GMT

Egyptians have been buying hundreds of sheep over the Internet to sacrifice for the annual Muslim feast of Eid Al-Adha when streets will flow with their blood, an enterprising firm told AFP Monday, Fe

February 26, 2001

02:00 GMT

Egypt is in the midst of a drive costing $2 billion or more to revamp its old airports and build new ones as it anticipates millions more tourists in

02:00 GMT

Reports say that the number of Egyptian scientists living outside their native land has reached 45,000.

02:00 GMT

After the success he achieved by singing the songs of Chadia and Najat El-Saghira, Mohamad Munir is thinking of turning to the repertoire of Abed El-H

02:00 GMT

Chief of Censorship Department on Artistic Labels, has decided to hold a session to be attended by the Critic Committee members to see an American car

02:00 GMT

The leaders of eight Muslim developing nations with a combined population of 800 million vowed in Cairo Sunday to take up the challenges of globalizat

February 25, 2001

02:00 GMT

Egypt's outlawed Muslim Brotherhood dominated elections to the board of the long-frozen Bar Association with every member of its list winning seats, a

02:00 GMT

Egypt's outlawed Muslim Brotherhood dominated elections to the board of the long-frozen Bar Association with every member of its list winning seats, a

02:00 GMT

Al Ahly Bank has launched five new projects to facilitate online purchasing, money transactions and banking services

02:00 GMT

The D-8 summit opened Sunday in Cairo with leaders of eight developing countries preparing to address the challenges of globalization and the importan

02:00 GMT

Egypt is in the midst of a drive costing two billion dollars or more to revamp its old airports and build new ones as it anticipates millions more tourists in the next few years.  Many of the projects

02:00 GMT

Sainsbury’s, the British supermarket chain, may be looking for a way out of Egypt, but that does not mean that the North African country is no longer attractive to European supermarket chains.

02:00 GMT

At the start of its summit in Cairo, the leaders of the D-8, a group of eight developing Islamic nations, prepared Saturday, February 24, to address the challenges of globalization and the importance

02:00 GMT

Egyptian Company for Mobile Services, ECMS, announced on February 15 that the company has signed an agreement with Nokia.  Egyptian Company for Mobile Services ECMS announced on February 15 that the c

02:00 GMT

On Wednesday, February 21, the market retreated amid profit-taking and lower volumes. The top gainer was Orascom for Projects & Touristic Development (OPTD.CA), which jumped nearly limit up to LE8.94.