August 12, 2001
Egyptian artist Yusra is negotiating with Egyptian TV’s brigades of bureaucrats to present a program next Ramadan.
A Cairo court has postponed the case filed by actress Hala Sudqi’s husband, who is demanding that their marriage be annulled
The 8th All-African Trade Fair, scheduled to take place in April of 2002 in Cairo, aims at promoting inter-African trade, which currently accounts for only eight percent of all exchanges between Afric
The ongoing sugar crisis in Egypt has recently taken a turn for the worse, as the cost per kilogram of sugar is expected to jump from the present 130 kirsches to 200 kirsches ($0.30-$.47) in the near
Industry sources reveal that the prevailing slowdown of Egypt’s economy has resulted in a decrease in demand for cement, and a subsequent drop in cement prices, according to Al-Hayat daily. Adel Al-
Egyptian tourism specialists predict that Saudi investments in Egyptian tourist projects will rise to as much as much as 1.6 billion Egyptian pounds ($405 million) this year. The same specialists add
August 11, 2001
Egyptian Minister of Health Ismael Sallam has approved the registration of a new medicine for bilharzia discovered by a local scientist.
Green activists say the humble plastic bag is causing an environmental catastrophe as people dispose of them where they can drift into the sea, chokin
German Uto Bovester, Egypt’s Zamalek coach, has resigned over a row with the club’s administration. He last year led Zamalek to the league championshi
Egypt’s basketball team is eying the first African seat in the US-hosted world cup finals as they play Saturday against Angola at 22:00 Cairo time.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has urged Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon to initiate new peace talks with the Palestinians despite ongoing blood
An Egyptian man repeatedly hit his wife in the head with an iron bar because he thought she had put rat poison in his breakfast.
The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) has given Egypt observer status with the organization.
Annual trade between Egypt and China reached $100 million in 2000.
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher denied on Friday US accusations that Cairo was developing ballistic missiles in cooperation with North Korea, sa