July 14, 2001
The management of the Alexandria Film Festival is giving the thumbs-down to Israeli and gay-themed films.
The young Egyptian actor Khaled Al Nabawi is gearing up to perform the starring role in the new film Azma Atifiyya (Emotional Crises) along with Manal Salameh.
July 13, 2001
The first batch of training planes manufactured in a joint Egyptian-Chinese factory were delivered in Cairo on Wednesday.
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Hameed-Reza Asfa on Saturday said there had been a significant shift in his country's relations with Egypt, allowin
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmad Maher said Friday that he would ask Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres to make pledges concerning peace in the regi
Egyptian Oil Minister Sameh Fahmi said Friday that his country would host an international conference next October to discuss the future of Middle Eas
A state-run Egyptian daily Friday said that the large stockpile of Israeli nuclear weapons pose a grave danger to Muslim countries and called on the i
Egyptian publications on Thursday received a two-month reprieve from the authorities in Cyprus to conform with a law to print on the island or lose th
Egypt will on Saturday announce the criteria and regulations for 170,000 vacancies available in government agencies throughout the country.
Egypt’s national soccer team is hopeful to achieve a big win over Namibia in Alexandria on Friday to keep hopes alive for World Cup finals.
Egypt’s Zamalek is in Romania to take part in e friendly soccer tournament. Its compatriot, Ismaili, is also taking part in the four-team event.
Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) members appear wary over an Egyptian plan to participate in regional defense efforts, says a report.
Official statistics have cited accelerated economic growth within the Egyptian economy over the past few years, however foreign investments to the country have appeared to drop between 1997 and 1999.
A Ukrainian company has recently been awarded a contract to produce and launch Egypt's first reconnaissance mini-satellite.
July 12, 2001
An Egyptian historian is preparing a 500-page book on two Egyptian women, the first and the most famous female serial killers in the country, who in t