September 1, 2001
Egyptian director Ashraf Luli is currently drawing up a blueprint for next Ramadan’s quiz shows, and plans to start filming in the next few days.
Egyptian actor Said Saleh has set to music 10 songs by poets Ahmad Fuad Najem, Salah Jahin and Bairam Al Tunisi to be sung by Moroccan singer Jamila
Egyptian cinema is witnessing a weird and riveting phenomenon: most young stars are short and tiny.
The life of Hatshepsut, the first great and most controversial ancient Egyptian queen, is the theme of a historical film written by the Egyptian artist Mahmoud Yasin.
August 31, 2001
FIFA rejects Egypt's appeal for replay of Algeria match
An Egyptian rights group on Thursday demanded the release of 22 prisoners held in jails around the country on health grounds.
Jordan’s King Abdullah will travel to Alexandria on Saturday for talks on the Mideast crisis with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.
Egypt will take part in a two-day meeting of representative World Trade Organization (WTO) members that gets under way Friday in Mexico with the aim o
Egypt will complete a Mediterranean highway linking Libya with Israel and the Palestinian Gaza Strip in 2002.
79 athletes will represent Egypt in the Mediterranean Games in Tunis to kick off on Sunday.
FIFA will announce Friday its rule over a complaint filed by Egypt regarding its world cup match against Algeria. Egypt has called for a replay.
Egypt's Second Army has wrapped up a massive display of firepower during its current exercise near the Suez Canal.
August 30, 2001
The Palestinian Women’s Union in Cairo has scheduled a protest for Thursday to condemn Israeli crimes against the Palestinians, and to support their c
Jordanian and Egyptian officials are discussing the possibility of cutting tariffs levied at the Suez Canal on imports destined for Aqaba.
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud decorated Egypt's outgoing ambassador, Adel Al Khodary, with the National Order of the Cedars on Wednesday during a pr