June 28, 2001
Members of the Egyptian movie industry paid their respects overnight on Wednesday as the body of film star Soad Hosni, the "Cinderella" of the Arab screen, was flown home to Cairo.
A number of top Arab singers including Ehab Tawfiq (Egypt), George Wassouf and Assi Al Hillani (Lebanon), Omar Al Abdallat (Jordan) and the UAE singer Ahlam
Egyptian actress Gala Fahmi is gearing up to shoot the series Al Farashat Tahtareq Daeman (Butterflies Burning Constantly),
Egypt’s TV Film Contracts Department is planning to screen 25 of the 82 films of the late Suad Hosni on the small screen, including Al Karnak, which has been barred by TV censors many times
June 27, 2001
The trial of Egyptian feminist Nawal Saadawi has prompted the latest in a series of US media reports blasting the Arab country for human rights abuses
A report says the US administration is examining a proposal to reduce Egyptian military aid by $100 million, amid allegations that Cairo is developing
Egypt’s U-20 soccer team will face the US in the Wednesday in Buenos Aires to determine who advances to the quarterfinals of the World Youth Champions
A Saudi sheikh has been ordered to pay his estranged wife $270 million in a legal dispute spanning two decades.
At least 10 people have been killed, six of them over the weekend, in Sudanese government bombing raids on the southern town of Raga, which fell to re
Jordan’s state security court plans to review the case of an alleged terrorist ring, after a higher court in April overturned the life sentences hande
80 Egyptian members of parliament will arrive in Rabat Saturday to support their national soccer team in their 2002 world cup heat match against Moroc
Egypt’s basketball team will play a friendly match against Qatar in Cairo Wednesday in preparation for the African Nations Cup to be held in Morocco i
Egypt’s soccer team will face North Korea on Wednesday in the World Military Cup finals.
Egypt and Tunisia have agreed to join forces to combat organized crime, international terrorism and drug trafficking.
A group of 80 Egyptian lawmakers will arrive in Rabat Saturday to support their national soccer team in their 2002 world cup heats match against Moroc