July 21, 2001
A symposium on Egyptian-Iranian relations opens in Cairo on Saturday to address bilateral ties in various fields.
Four Egyptian boxers have moved to the next round of the competition in the Francophone Games in Canada. At least two of them are expected to snatch m
Egypt’s Amina Abdel-Awi has stepped to the final match in the world’s youth tennis championship after defeating Malaysia’s Tricia Chang 3-0 in Malaysi
Egypt has a chance for world cup if it defeats Algeria on Saturday, provided that Senegal’s expected win over Namibia comes with a narrower gap in goa
The Egyptian government has extended a $10 million line of credit to Ugandan importers of Egyptian goods.
German President Johanna Rau on Saturday hailed Cairo and Berlin's "excellent" ties, adding that he was looking forward to meeting his Egyptian counte
Fifty Egyptian companies are sending representatives to Cologne for the German city's October 13-17 international food industry trade fair.
Egyptian singer Mustafa Amar, who is currently visiting Algeria for the first time, sang at a big concert as part of the International Timgad Festival
Egyptian actor Ridha Al Jamal, known for playing the son of Basha in the play Rayya Wa Sakinah, has returned to the small screen in the TV series Alamet Al Istifham Al Akhirah
Egyptian artist Shireen Seif Al Naser is shooting her latest film Shay Minal Hobb (Some Love) alongside Farouq Al Fishawi and Sahar Rami.
July 20, 2001
Prosecutors at Egypt’s supreme state security court on Thursday contested the acquittal of Sharif Al Filali, an engineer accused of spying for Israel.
Belgian lawyer, Loch Wallin, who filed a case on behalf of Sabra and Shatilla massacres' victims, will hold a press conference in Cairo Center for Hum
The reconstruction of the fabled library of Hellenistic times in Alexandria has sparked predictions of an economic revival and the reemergence of Egyp
Emerging market turmoil enveloping Turkey and Argentina is also claiming some less high-profile victims, such as Egypt, according to a report.
Egyptian Minister of Health Ismael Salam said this week that the state had dedicated a billion pounds to the treatment of patients who could not affor