July 2, 2001
The Egyptian government has given initial approval for the establishment of a $150 million administrative tourist project along the Giza boardwalks.
Egyptian and Cypriot officials plan to meet in late July, to discuss the possibility of the two countries cooperating in the exploitation of oil reserves in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Computers sales in Egypt are expected to reach 172,850 units by 2001-end. Compared with the 160,849 units sold in 2000, and the 131,291 units the year before, this indicates an average eight percent y
July 1, 2001
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher on Sunday said Israel should not be allowed to control the timetable for the US-led Mitchell plan for Israeli-Pa
Egypt’s soccer team will face Deutschland on Sunday night in FIFA’s World Youth Championship’s quarterfinals in Argentina.
Egypt’s Mohammad Abdul Fattah has won the 160-km gold medal of the Arab Biking Tournament in Idlib, Syria.
An Egyptian newspaper editor has landed an extra two weeks in jail for allegedly accepting bribes in exchange for halting his paper’s “defamation camp
The United States is warning that Egypt and Israel may soon be slapped with sanctions that would affect the transfer of technology to these Middle Eas
An Egyptian trade fair currently being held in Tehran will improve economic and political relations between Egypt and Iran, said the head of the Egypt
Egyptian military liaison officers crossed into Israel on Saturday to participate in a joint investigation into how an Egyptian border policeman was k
The Ukraine has been awarded the contract for a project to produce and launch Egypt's first reconnaissance mini-satellite.
Director Ahmed Khader has not decided yet who will perform the role of the late artist Suad Hosni, Cinderella of Arab cinema, in an upcoming film, but is circulating the famous glass slipper.
The Egypt Distribution Company is asking three comedy stars, Adel Imam, Mohammed Heneidi and Alaa Waley Eddin, to postpone the release of at least one of their films to lessen box-office competition t
The seventh Cairo Radio and TV Festival will kick off on Monday evening at the Information Production City. The festival will include an opera, A’lam A’rabi Wahed
Egypt and France recently signed an agreement providing 25,000-tons of French wheat to Egypt, according to <I>Al-Gomhuria</I> daily.