August 18, 2001
Two Egyptians and three Lebanese allegedly involved in forging work permits have been arrested by the Egyptian authorities.
Egypt’s Zamalek has added former Ahli striker, Ghanian Ahmad Felix, to its team after paying his Liberty Club $150,000. Felix got a $100,000 deal for
The new US ambassador to Egypt, David Welch, arrived in Cairo Friday to take up his post, replacing Daniel Kurtzer who has moved on to Tel Aviv.
Egyptian young athletes have snatched two more gold medals in Africa’s Youth Champinship. The achievemnt was made in women’s pole vault and javelin.
The German distribution company, Metro AG, has announced it will invest $90 million in Egypt's wholesale markets.
The US investments in Egypt increased by 25 percent last year, reaching $2.735 billion.
Egypt has banned the import of live animals and meat products from Malaysia and Turkey over fears of foot-and-mouth disease.
The United States and Egypt on Friday mulled new ideas for resolving the current Middle East crisis, and a senior Egyptian official said the plans cou
Egyptian actor Yahia Al Fakhrani is currently gearing up for roles in two plays, Hallaq Baghdad (Baghdad Baber) and Al Malek Lear (King Lear).
Singer Medhat Saleh and actor Sharif Munir, who are reputedly close friends, have met again in their new film Melyon Sanat Hobb (Million Years of Love).
Egyptian stars Kamal Al Shinnaawi and Hussein Fahmi are meeting for the first time in the TV series A’alam Bidoun Asrar (World Without Secrets).
The German TV has sent a work group to Cairo to shoot a documentary film about the Sudanese artist Stuneh’s life history who is known for her folkloric songs and skills of henna variegation
August 17, 2001
The situation in the Palestinian lands has led to shelving a gas deal between Egypt and Israel.
Egypt has obtained two loans from Saudi and Kuwaiti funds to finance development projects.
The National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD) plans to open two more branches in Egypt by the end of 2001 in Mansoura city.