Egypt

September 23, 2000

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Russia on Saturday kept up the flow of flights into Baghdad, a day after a French plane landed in the Iraqi capital, in defiance of the US hard line o

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Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak discusses Saturday the Middle East peace process with his French counterpart Jacques Chirac.

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Youssef Sh’aban was in for a big surprise when he went home last Thursday. A fire had destroyed a room in his apartment and left the residents of his

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Romance will literally be in the air, starting November 7th, when the Cairo Film Festival opens its doors.

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<b>Date:</b> Sep 19 - Sep 21, 2000 <b>Location:</b> Nile Hilton, Cairo, Egypt <b>Specifics:</b> For managers wishing to develop strategic plans, plan effective budgets and manage cash flow, and

September 22, 2000

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Lubluba has pulled out from her latest film role and Dalal Abdul Aziz will take her place. But why would Lubluba get out now, after preparations were

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Iraqis attending the current Babylon Festival are in for a twirl-inducing surprise. Sound strange?

September 21, 2000

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An Egyptian worker stabs his employer, and then eats his flesh after being fired from his job.

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Twenty-five Muslim Brotherhood members were arrested for the alleged distribution of anti-government pamphlets, and a plot to sabotage next month’s el

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Egypt has sought Iran’s cooperation to improve seeds quality, said Iranian Agriculture Ministry on Wednesday, according to Iran's official news agency

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Egypt is seeking cooperation with Iran to improve seed quality. The call followed a convention of a regional conference on seed planning and policies

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Egyptian Prime Minister Atef Ebeid has announced a nine-month deadline for the government to repay LE25 billion in accumulated debts to the public and private sectors. An average sum of LE2.5 billion

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Egypt will offer at least 20 percent of its national telecommunications firm, Telecom Egypt, on Egyptian and world markets at the end of October, information minister Safwat al-Sherif said Monday.

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"Egypt has succeeded in introducing [computer] technology to 91 percent of all schools nationwide," stated education minister, Hussein Kamel Bahaeddin. However, the lack of qualified teachers may be t

September 20, 2000

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A state security court in Cairo has sentenced a woman who claims to be a Sufi mystic and leader of a Sufi sect to five years jail with hard labor.