July 12, 2001
On Tuesday, July 10, the market backpedaled, trading slightly lower on light volumes, after market bellwether MobiNiL released expected earnings of LE110.0 million for its 1H FY01. The PAMI index fell
July 11, 2001
Reports of leadership disputes within the Egyptian Labor Party over an alleged government offer to lift the ban on the organization are untrue, the pa
By Mohamad Baali Albawaba.com - Cairo The editor in chief of the Cairo-based An Nabaa newspaper, which is locked in a lawsuit over an article on an e
An EgyptAir plane made an emergency landing at Bahrain Airport on Tuesday after a passenger fell ill.
A Scotch mother whose daughter was kidnapped by her Arab ex-husband two years ago has used another recent case to raise the issue of the need for a go
Ahli’s striker Mohammad Guda has left to Switzerland following a row with his club. He’s signed with FC Arad and is demanding his contract with Ahli b
Egypt’s youth soccer team, the world’s third place winner, will face Bulgaria on Thursday in the Francophone Championship hosted by Canada.
Mustafa Khaleel, a retarded Egyptian swimmer snatched the third place of Florida Masters competition in which 60 healthy competitors raced for 325 km.
The Sudanese opposition Umma Party on Tuesday asked Egypt and Libya to pressure neighboring countries to back peace efforts in Sudan and to close thei
Egypt has once again offered to help Gulf Arab nations with regional defense efforts.
The Arab Council for Childhood is scheduled to hold a benefit concert for homeless children in the Arab World on Wednesday in Cairo.
The Egyptian actress Pusi is currently reading the script of the film Dukhlet Widad (Widad’s Wedding), which her husband,Noor Al Sharif,will begin shooting early next winter.
Egyptian actress Maha Au Auf is starring in the new series Ah Min Al Zawjat (Oh! Wives), in which she plays Salwa, young journalist who campaigns to help battered women,
Egyptian director Hani Khalifa has managed to unite the two stars Hanan Turk and Muna Zaki in his new film Sahar Al Layali (Waking Up at Night),
Head of the Egyptian Parliament, Ahmed Fathi Sror, recently introduced a new law proposal criminalizing the practice of “renting” wombs, whereby a woman may receive payments for carrying another coupl