August 9, 2001
The Egyptian government on Wednesday dismissed an Israeli protest against Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher’s reference to Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s go
A worker at Cairo’s international airport this week returned a passenger’s briefcase containing documents and more than 150,000 Egyptian pounds.
Egypt’s basketball youth team will play for the 9-12th seats at the world cup in Japan, after three defeats, the last was on Wednesday by world champi
Egypt and Morocco will face off in Africa’s Nations Basketball Championship at midnight Thursday, Cairo time. The event is hosted by Morocco.
Egyptian Telecom is close to selecting several international companies to create the country’s new wireless telephone network, which will include 1.5
The Egyptian Center for Administration Development is set to draw up administrative programs and develop work systems for Yemen.
An advisor to Egypt's banned Muslim Brotherhood movement on Wednesday urged Muslim scholars worldwide to hold a general conference to discuss Israeli
Egyptian TV director Shukri Abu Emairah has convinced the actress Yusra to sing in a televised night concert at the Roman Theater at the North Coast Marina Resort.
The London run of Egyptian actor Adel Imam’s play Bodyguard has been cancelled, according to the show’s organizer, Omar Al Khatib
Director of the US Agency for International Development (USAID) in Egypt recently stated that it would be willing to cooperate with Japan's Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) to finance develop
Recent reports reveal that Egypt was selected at the recent G-8 summit to participate as a member of an International Technological Committee to help alleviate Africa’s growing development gap. Egyp
The Egyptian government recently revealed that it intends to make portions of various electricity distribution firms on the bourse available for purchase in the near future. Egypt’s Minister of
Blue Nile floods have swept 15 villages in eastern Sudan's Sennar State and parts of the regional capital Singa, causing millions of dollars in damage, the official SUNA news agency said in Khartoum W
On Monday, August 6, the market managed to hold on to the previous day's gains, despite somewhat eased demand. The PAMI index opened higher, but was met by profit-taking later in the day which pushed
The Egyptian government recently decided to delay the sale of a portion of the state-owned Helwan Cement Company to the private sector. The decision came as a result of recent volatility prevailing