July 27, 2001
The Egyptian government has decided that all ministries, official bodies, and companies affiliated to the public enterprise sector, must use the servi
An Egyptian diplomat on Thursday urged Arab states to ensure success for the World Trade Organization (WTO) meeting due in Doha next November, saying
Egypt’s Ministry of Telecommunications and Information Technology is considering reducing tariffs for local and international calls before October, Mi
Turkish Foreign Minister Ismail Cem will pay a visit to Egypt next Monday and Tuesday to discuss developments in the Middle East.
Egypt’s ministry of economy and foreign trade is to establish a new Internet site to offer investors and businessmen adequate information on the Egypt
Egypt has decided to open 100 youth centers in underdeveloped areas on a yearly basis.
German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer will hold talks Friday in Berlin with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to discuss the deteriorating situation
Egypt’s youth soccer team will arrive home Saturday after three achievements: Chili’s friendly tournament, world cup and Francophone Games’ bronze med
Egypt’s U-19 women squash team has qualified for the world cup final after defeating India 3-0. They will face Malaysia, the host, Friday.
July 26, 2001
Coptic lawyer Mamdouh Nakhleh said Wednesday he planned to withdraw a complaint against the newspaper Sawt Al Ummah for articles allegedly inciting se
An Egyptian state security court took a hard line on Wednesday, preventing the lawyers of 52 defendants accused of illegal sex acts from obtaining a c
Iran has presented 1,000 books on Persian culture to the Egyptian library in Alexandria.
Both Israeli and Egyptian officials denied Thursday a TV report that Cairo was leaning towards imposing diplomatic and economic sanctions on Israel.
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher met on Tuesday with French President Jacques Chirac, bearing an high-level message on the Middle East crisis and
Egyptian women’s youth team will meet India in the world squash championship’s quarterfinals in Malaysia. Reports expect an easy win for the Arab coun