Egypt

July 9, 2001

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A British woman who claims her two young children were abducted by her estranged husband in Egypt has been offered foreign office support in her fight

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Egypt’s blue chips led a wave of decline amid sluggish trading in the first half of 2001.

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Money laundering and drug trafficking could create an illusory business boom in Egypt and seriously harm the economy.

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Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak warned Israel on Monday to stop making threats to get rid of Palestinian President Yasser Arafat, saying it would be

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Egypt and Iran are holding talks on visa procedures for Iranians who want to visit the Arab country's Islamic sites.

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Egypt’s Ahli and Zamalek will face off in the first ever Super Cup match, scheduled on the new season’s kick-off on August 31.

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Egypt’s weightlifting teams have moved ahead at the world level as they achieved 4th-8th positions among 55 participants in the world championship in

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Egypt’s youth team made history Sunday by defeating Paraguay 1-0 and winning the third seat at the FIFA’s World Youth Championship.

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An Egyptian court will examine next Thursday a case filed by eight members of the opposition party Al Wafd against the party leader, Noman Goma’h, dem

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An Egyptian court is due to hear on Monday the case against the controversial feminist writer Nawal Al Saadawi, who is accused of insulting Islam.

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Egyptian actor Hisham Abdel Hamid will stage a play entitled Bedoun Kalemat (Without Words), which consists of the actor’s own writing, performance and direction.

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Egyptian authorities have referred actor Jalal Al Sharqawi and Nabil Munib, a teacher at the Higher Theatrical Art Institute, to the Art Academy’s disciplinary council,

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Egyptian singer Mustafa Amar has wrapped up three days of shooting the video for his new song Hayati (My Life) in the French city of Nice,

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Renowned Egyptian singer Ehab Tawfiq has announced that an Arab music company wants to pay him three million pounds for the rights to his new album,

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The Arabian Maghreb telecommunication market is seeing fierce competition amongst five European and one Arab telecom firms, according to senior market sources in the region.