July 25, 2001
The Egyptian Ministry of Communication has signed an agreement with the General Information Agency to establish 29 information technology (IT) clubs at media centers and complexes around the country.
Egyptian annual expenditures on food and beverages totalled 56 billion Egyptian pounds ($14.2 billion) in 2000, according to the survey, compared to four billion EP on smoking.
An estimated EP 350 million is being sought to expand Egypt's Abu Simbel Airport, aiming to increase passenger traffic to 1,500 passengers an hour.
A protocol was recently signed between Egypt and an unnamed international company to establish a communications and information technology (IT) university in Egypt.
Recent encouraging statements from Shell, as well as from British and Ukrainian government representatives concerning increased oil investments are positive signs for Egypt’s oil sector.
July 24, 2001
Egyptians spend fourteen times as much on food as they do on smoking each year, reveals a new survey.
A Jordanian motorist was arrested on Monday as he tried to smuggle 15,000 Viagra tablets and 54 mobile telephone sets into Egypt.
Egypt's intermediate-range missile program is said to be stuck in its critical second phase.
England’s Aston Villa club has shown interest in buying Egyptian soccer star Ibrahim Said for $2m, challenging an offer by Charlton which paid $1.5m f
Egypt’s diving team have come first in crossing the English Channel for the first time.
Egypt’s squash junior women’s team have reached quarterfinals in the world championship after defeating Germany 3-0 in Malaysia, and to meet Singapore
The Egyptian Ministry of Communication has signed an agreement with the General Information Agency to establish 29 information technology (IT) clubs a
Senior Iranian and Egyptian officials met in Cairo on Monday to discuss expanding bilateral ties after 22 years of frozen relations.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak embarks Tuesday on a European tour, which will take him to Italy and Germany for talks that will focus on the Palesti
Egyptian artist Mahmoud Qabil is shooting his scenes in the drama series Al Nujoom La Tahjeb Al Shams (Stars Do Not Cover the Sun) along with Nawal Abu Al Futooh