June 29, 2001
The non-payment of parking tickets has reached epidemic levels among diplomatic missions assigned to the United Nations in New York. And African natio
The Kuwaiti fund for economic development will sign on Saturday a ten-million Kuwaiti dinar (about $32m) fund loan with Egypt.
Egypt has freed three Islamist detainees who have agreed to stop anti-government violence.
Egypt will face the Netherlands Sunday in the under-20 World Youth Championship after the latter scored a lucky 2-0 victory against Angola on Thursday
Sudan's southern rebels and main northern opposition groups have unanimously approved a new version of Egyptian-Libyan peace plan that calls for a tra
Fifty-two Egyptian men will stand trial on charges of practicing gay sex on a floating nightclub on the River Nile in Cairo.
Television sets, phones and mobiles have been banned from the hotel rooms of Egyptian players preparing for the match in Morocco on the orders of coac
Midfielder Mustapha Hadji is back in favor with Morocco for a Group C match against Egypt in Rabat Saturday.
The new 100,000 barrels per day Middle East Oil Refinery (Midor) complex is operating at around 70 percent of its capacity as the company works to ove
The US Congress is pressing Egypt to improve its record in human rights and has called on the administration to make this a priority in relations with
The Egyptian government is expected to approve a new plan in the near future merging numerous banks and establishing various non-banking financial institutions in Egypt.
Following the addition of Egypt to the international blacklist of money-laundering nations, Egypt fiercely rejected the accusations on Monday, June 25.
The Middle East has long proven an enigma to the world’s largest food chain. In its latest attempt to appeal to the taste of the regional market, McDonald’s debuted the McFalafel in restaurants across
The Anti-Dumping Subsidy Fund of the Egyptian Ministry of Economy and Foreign Commerce has agreed to investigate 37 dumping lawsuits against various Chinese and other international wallpaper suppliers
June 28, 2001
The Egyptian Press Association (EPA) has stressed that it will obey an order by the head of the judicial committee supervising it elections that five