July 17, 2001
On Sunday, July 15, the market set off the week on a negative note, with the PAMI index shedding 150 points or 2.17 percent. The bears were decidedly in he driver’s seat yesterday as decliners overpow
July 16, 2001
A group of Egyptian lawyers held a “virtual reception” on Monday for Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres, who arrived in Cairo for high-level talks.
A regional Arab anti-apartheid conference will be held in Cairo on July 19 in preparation for an international event on the same topic scheduled for S
A mother whose children were taken by her Tunisian father four years ago has sent an emotional message of support to Louise Soliman, a Scottish mother
Two executives who work for Yasser Arafat's Palestinian Authority were injured along with four other people when their car collided with a truck in ea
Egyptian athlete Amr Gazali won the bronze in discus in the world youth championship hosted by Hungary.
Egypt’s basketball team “A” will play against England in Alexandria at 6:00 Monday in a six-team friendly tournament. Team B will face Russia at 9:00.
Egypt is said to have won the extradition of six Islamic fugitives charged with being involved in terrorist plots. Meanwhile, thousands of Egyptians
Emirates Telecommunications Corp. (Etisalat) on Sunday announced the launch of a new service that allows people with WAP-enabled mobiles to access the
Two Palestinians were killed in the early hours of Monday morning while preparing a bomb in a field not far from Jerusalem's Teddy Stadium where the o
Despite the intensive ad campaign for the most recent film of Nabila Ubaid, QasaQis Al Ushaq, the star has asked screenwriter and producer Wahid Hamed to postpone its screening
Director Raed Labib has decided to re-run his play Zakiyyah Zakariyya under a new name, Lailat Al Qabd Ala Zakiyyah, costarring Majeda Al Khatib, Ghada Nafe and Yousef Daoud, along with Ibrahim Naser
Comedy star Samir Ghanem has denied that his performance in two plays in the same season is an imitation or exploitation of the successful experience of Egyptian actor Mohammed Subhi.
The Egyptian government has recently began executing its new 2001/2002 public budget, valued at EP 126.8 billion, compared with EP 110.3 billion of the previous fiscal year.
Since the outbreak of the Palestinian uprising in October 2000, the number of Israeli tourists to East Sinai resorts had dropped by over 90 percent.