July 16, 2001
Following a recent agreement between the Jordanian Phosphate Mines Company and the Iranian Petrochemicals, Jordanian exports to Iran will be resumed after it has been frozen for nearly a decade.
July 15, 2001
The Egyptian prosecutor has referred the undersecretary of the Ministry of Information to a disciplinary court on charges of directing government radi
The Egyptian Writers Union has decided to form a permanent committee to scrutinize academics who call for the normalization of relations with Israel.
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat began a meeting in Cairo Sunday with Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres to discuss the Palestinian crisis.
The Egyptian Medical Association on Saturday sent four fully equipped ambulances the Occupied Territories, where they will operate as mobile intensive
Egypt’s interior ministry denied on Saturday media reports that a shootout in Sharqiyya province at dawn on the same day was a terrorist attack. One s
An U-18 Egyptian athlete has won the silver medal in shot putt in the youth world championship in Hungary. Yasser Ibrahim broke the Arab and African r
Senegal’s win over Morocco Saturday kept Egypt’s hopes for World Cup finals alive. Egypt has to defeat Algeria on July 21 with focus on number of goal
The English Charlton club has contacted Egypt’s Ahli to buy its defender Ibrahim Said for $1.5m.
A secret delegation from the Egyptian Defense Ministry visited Washington this week for talks on Egypt's ballistic missile deals with North Korea, acc
The focus of Middle East peace efforts shifts to Egypt on Sunday, with both Palestinian President Yasser Arafat and Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Pe
After a three-year sabbatical, Egyptian actress Hala Fakher will return to the theater in the play Alo Ya Ard (Hello Earth).
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