July 17, 2001
Egypt’s team is in Algeria for a must-win FIFA qualifiers match Saturday, pending Senegal Vs. Namibia which will run simultaneously. Number of goals w
Egypt and Jordan have notified Qatar that they will be taking part in the upcoming World Trade Organization (WTO) conference, which Israel is also exp
Egyptian soccer star Mohammad Yamani had a serious car accident Monday while on way to the airport, and then to Belgium to join his team: Standard Lie
Israel has said that it is not threatened, at least in the short-term, by Egypt’s efforts to develop a variant of the North Korean No-Dong intermediat
The Egyptian tax police say singer Ali Al Hajjar and his colleague Mohamed Yehya tried to evade paying 1.5 million pounds in overdue income tax,
Director Mahmoud Bakri has completed the montage of his social and historical series Asfour Taht Al Matar (Bird Under the Rain).
Director Hamdi Al Abrashi has begun shooting the first scenes of his comedy series Kaab Dayer (Wandering Heel), costarring Sawsan Bader and Ahmed Rateb,
Egyptian actress Yusra has sent her regrets to director Said Marzouq for not starring in his film Al Agha, which deals with the delicate topic of castration.
Egypt has announced plans to introduce the extremely rapid V-Sat internet service by approving an international tender in which private sector firms can become licensed service providers.
A significant shift in Iran's relations with Egypt has taken place, allowing more room for different perspectives and closer ties. The two countries, however, still have a long way to go before diplom
Egypt’s economy is on the rise, according to recent figures disclosed by the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE). On an annual basis, inflation fell to 2.3 percent in April, compared with last April’s figure
The Egyptian government retreated Monday, July 16, on plans to limit civil service employment on the basis of age, following demonstrations in which 22 people were injured over the weekend, government
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