June 30, 2001
Egypt’s Zamalek has added Ismaeli and national team star Rida Sika to its soccer team in an EP700,000-deal.
Egypt’s handball team will take part in Scandinavia Championship to be held in Sweden between July 1-5, with the participation of seven European teams
Egypt will play its elimination match against Morocco at 22:00 Cairo time in Rabat. The match for both is a crossing point to 2002 World Cup finals.
Trade between Egypt and Lebanon soared to $110 million last year, compared with $66.5 million in 1999.
Three banks, including Standard Chartered, have submitted bids for a majority stake in Egyptian American Bank (EAB).
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Libyan leader Moammer Kadhafi discussed the crisis in the Occupied Territories in a telephone conversation on Fri
Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah bin Abdelaziz will arrive in Egypt on Monday for talks with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on bilateral and regional iss
Sudanese President Omar Al Bashir said Friday that he would devote the coming year to achieving peace in his war-torn country.
Israeli gunfire from Rafah in the Gaza Strip killed an Egyptian soldier Friday night, Egyptian officials said, in the first such incident since the Pa
Screenwriter Mohammed Jalal Abdel Qawi is complaining that Egyptian television executives have blocked production of the made-for-TV film Natanya,
An Egyptian source in the judiciary branch says a number of Egyptian artists have filed a suit with the prosecutor general accusing Nadia Yusri of murdering the late actress Suad Hosni
Director Ismael Abdel Hafez will next week begin shooting a new series entitled Bint Min Shubra (A Girl From Shubra) based on a novel by the writer Fathi Ghanem.
June 29, 2001
Egyptian security forces on Friday blocked a convoy of trucks carrying aid to Palestinians, triggering protests by hundreds of Egyptian activists acco
Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa on Friday left Cairo on an official two-day visit to Khartoum for talks with President Omer Al Bashir on effo
The non-payment of parking tickets has reached epidemic levels among diplomatic missions assigned to the United Nations in New York. And African natio