December 12, 2000
Barring any knock-on effects from the security situation in the region, it looks as if the year 2000 will mark the first time that the number of tourists visiting Egypt passes the 5 million mark.
Nile Matches &Prefabricated Houses (NMPH.CA) reported FY2000 results ending September, in which net profit reached LE3.9 million compared to LE7.4 million in FY99. Revenues slipped 11 percent to L
On Sunday, December 10, the market stabilized, with lower profile stocks realizing the highest price gains. However, investor sentiment remains sluggish, as scant volumes testify to the lack of a conc
President Hosni Mubarak said Monday it was \"right\" to shun Israeli products, but stopped short of supporting popular calls for a boycott of US products to protest Israel\'s crackdown on the Palestin
China agreed on December 8 to extend $3 million in aid to Egypt, which will be earmarked for the financing of a tele-education project.
December 11, 2000
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak said Monday it was \"right\" to shun Israeli products, but stopped short of supporting popular calls for a boycott of
The Muslim Brotherhood may be officially banned in Egypt but its members are trying hard not to fit the image of fearsome fanatics intolerant of other
An Egyptian accused of spying for Israel will stand trial on January 13 in state security court.
An Egyptian-Japanese bid to extract DNA samples from the mummy of Egypt\'s legendary pharaoh Tutankhamun has been postponed at least several weeks for
Egypt\'s President Hosni Mubarak on Sunday appointed 10 people, including four members of the country\'s Christian minority, to the parliament, fillin
Egypt\'s banned Muslim Brotherhood movement called Sunday for a boycott of the United States and Israel and the development of weapons of mass destruc
Sanctions-hit Iraq will sign a deal \"soon\" to set up a free trade zone with Egypt as part of wider moves towards removing tariffs in the Arab world, Egyptian government newspapers said Saturday.
Egypt\'s banned Muslim Brotherhood movement called Sunday for a boycott of the United States and Israel and the development of weapons of mass destruction to fight those who already have them.
The Egyptian-Sudanese Business Council, which was established in Khartoum last week by the two countries’ foreign affairs ministers, will soon meet in Cairo.
December 10, 2000
The American University in Cairo (AUC) has expelled a Muslim female student because she wore the niqab (a full veil that covers the face), Iran\'s off