August 27, 2001
Israelis accused of slave trading are smuggling their victims through Egypt to Israel, says a report.
Egypt won Sunday the men and women gold in Lebanon’s international tennis junior tournament.
Libyan youth basketball team has moved to the finals of the Arab Championship after beating Egypt 80-75 in Tripoli on Sunday.
Zamalek on Sunday defeated Kuwait Club 2-0 in a friendly tournament organized by Egypt’s Muqawiloon. The organizer lost its match against Ahli Dubai 0
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak said Sunday that Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon was "a man who only knows war and nothing about politics," and a
Egyptian pop star Shaaban Abdel Rehim has decided to sue a female fan he accuses of being a stalker.
Egyptian artists Madlin Tabar and Khaled Zaki meet in the new TV series Quloub Saghira (Small Hearts), which tackles marital woes and their negative effects on the children.
Egyptian director Ahmed Saqer has nominated the actor Ibrahim Yusri to star in the series Hadith Al Sabah Wal Masaa (Morning and Evening Speech), replacing Kamal Abu Rayyah.
A 25 percent increase in the flow of American direct investments to Egypt over the year 2000, made Egypt the fourth largest regional recipient of American direct investments.
On Thursday, August 23, the market got off to a slow start, with most active shares opening slightly lower than the previous day’s close. However, heavier demand gradually emerged later in the day, an
The Economist Intelligence Unit recently predicted that Egypt’s economic future seemed promising, with the nation’s GDP rising to 5.4 percent by 2005, from the current 3.2 percent.
Recent reports reveal that Egyptian Prime Minister Atef Obeid estimates the overall national income from petroleum, tourism and taxes at the Suez Canal at 65 billion Egyptian pounds ($15.2 billion) pe
Malaysian trade authorities recently announced that Egypt’s ban on livestock imported from Malaysia would have almost no economic impact on either country, save for ice-cream exports.
A new social service facility, due to open in Alexandria soon, will include a center training young women in cottage cheese manufacturing, a computer center for some 550 trainees, a library and a dayc
August 26, 2001
Saudi Arabia has launched an upgrade of its fleet of US-made airborne early-warning systems.