September 23, 2000
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
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak discusses Saturday the Middle East peace process with his French counterpart Jacques Chirac.
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
Romance will literally be in the air, starting November 7th, when the Cairo Film Festival opens its doors.
<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
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
Iraqis attending the current Babylon Festival are in for a twirl-inducing surprise. Sound strange?
September 21, 2000
An Egyptian worker stabs his employer, and then eats his flesh after being fired from his job.
Twenty-five Muslim Brotherhood members were arrested for the alleged distribution of anti-government pamphlets, and a plot to sabotage next month’s el
Egypt has sought Iran’s cooperation to improve seeds quality, said Iranian Agriculture Ministry on Wednesday, according to Iran's official news agency
Egypt is seeking cooperation with Iran to improve seed quality. The call followed a convention of a regional conference on seed planning and policies
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
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.
"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
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.