July 15, 2001
Film director Mohammed Khan has applied indirectly to obtain Egyptian citizenship
Egyptian actor Noor Al Sherif has sent his regrets to Syrian director Najdat Anzur for being unable to perform in the latter’s TV series on Salah Eddin Al Ayoubi,
Saudi Arabia to loan $26.6 million for education project in Egypt Oil-rich Saudi Arabia's state development fund will lend $26 million to Egypt for an education project, the official SPA news agency
The Egyptian Misr Bank recently signed a cooperation agreement with the Barclays Card Association to develop electronic payment services in local markets.
British oil giant BP and partners have discovered an estimated 500 billion cubic feet (15 billion cubic metres) of further gas reserves beneath the Mediterranean off the coast of Egypt, BP Egypt said
July 14, 2001
An Egyptian student killed a policeman before he was shot dead in an exchange of fire overnight at a state security headquarters in the Nile Delta reg
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak’s political advisor, Osama Al Baz, warned Sunday that "Syria would not be alone in the face of any Israeli aggression
A delegation from Egypt’s Ahli has left for Spain to sign an agreement by which Real Madrid will play against the team in Cairo on August 4, in return
Egypt’s youth team ended its match against Bulgaria 2-0 in the Francophone soccer championship hosted by Canada.
Egypt’s hopes are pinned on Senegal’s win over Morocco in Dakar Saturday. Its chances for World Cup finals are stronger after its 8-2 win over Namibia
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmad Maher and his Israeli counterpart, Shimon Peres, will meet in Cairo on Sunday to discuss a proposed international obse
Files from at least 5,000 lawsuits have mysteriously disappeared from Egyptian courts and prosecution offices over the past two years, the ministry of
Russia's special Middle East envoy Andrei Vdovin arrives in Egypt on Saturday for talks with Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher on ways to halt the continui
Egypt has the most money invested in Jordan, ahead of the United States and Britain, which came in second and third, respectively, in a recent study.
A Cairo-based regional online recruitment company has been selected by IBM Egypt and the ministry of education to supervise a program to train IT stud