July 29, 2001
A confessed Egyptian secret service agent, Adnan Shaker Sultani, who assassinated a key Lebanese publisher during the rule of the late Jamal Abdel-Nas
Over 80 percent of Egyptians support warmer relations with Iran, according to a recent opinion poll conducted by the Al Ahram Center for Political and
Egypt’s Zamalek has renewed its offer to buy Tarasana’s midfielder Mohammad Abdul Wahid. Tarasana has previously turned down the deal.
Egypt’s U-19 women team has won the bronze in the world squash championship in Malaysia after defeating the US 3-0.
Two officials of the armed Egyptian fundamentalist group Al Jihad, sentenced in absentia to jail terms, have been extradited to Egypt by two undisclos
A giant US construction company and an affiliate have been indicted on charges of participating in a vast criminal conspiracy to cheat the US governme
Egyptian actress Nadia Al Jundi has been visiting a psychiatrist to learn about emotional reactions and humans behavior when exposed to severe psychological pressures.
Egyptian director Raafat Al Mihi's literary debut, published recently in Paris, was banned on entry to Egypt.
The 58th Venice International Film Festival will honor Egyptian director Yousef Shahin as part of a special program entitled (Greetings to Three Bosses).
Egyptian singer Hisham Abbas has filed a slander suit against a newspaper demanding compensation of two million dollars
A protocol aiming to promote business cooperation between Egypt and Poland is expected to be singed this coming September.
Exports from Egypt’s Port Said free trade zone (FTZ) have reached $115 million in the year 2000, according to the head of the General Authority for Investment and Free Zones (GAFI).
In a positive week for Arab stock markets, the Saudi, Lebanese and Palestinian bourses were the best performers. Saudi Arabia’s NCFEI all-share index rose 2.9 percent to reach 2,468.97 points, its hig
Egypt recently began intensive negotiations with various Arab funds regarding a $1.5 billion loan for the current fiscal year 2001/2002.
Recent reports reveal that the gap between Egypt’s foreign currency reserves and spending dropped dramatically over the past three years.