July 30, 2001
The final match in Egypt’s soccer cup for women will kick off in Port Said at 20:00 local time Monday. Goldy and Smouha teams will face off for the ti
Egypt’s Ahli has refused a suggestion to add soccer stars from other clubs to its team facing Real Madrid in Cairo on August 4.
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher said Sunday that the situation in the occupied Palestinian territories was dangerous, and called on the internat
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has extended a vacation to Germany by at least another week, to get a check-up for an inflammation of the ear.
Egyptian director Khairi Bshara has nominated the actress Sharihan to star in his new film Raqs Al Rih (The Dance of the Wind) written by Yehia Azmi
Kuwaiti singer Abdualla Al Ruweished earned the title of Best Arab Singer for his tune Akher Habeb (The Last Lover) at the Arab Video Festival held in Alexandria this week
Egyptian director Asmaa Al Bakri is currently preparing for the new film Al Unf Wal Sukhriyah (Violence and Sarcasm), based on the story of the Egyptian writer Albeir Qseiri.
A number of young Egyptian actors have recently appeared on the big screen. Some of these have become stars very quickly, while others have quietly captivated the audience.
Egyptian actress Muna Zaki is planning an intimate gathering with family and close friends to celebrate her engagement to the young comedy star Ahmed Hilmi.
Arab countries, with the notable exception of Egypt and Jordan, ploughed ahead Sunday, July 29, with plans to publish a blacklist of Israeli firms, and foreign companies doing business with the Jewish
The Omani minister of industry and trade recently stated that a free trade zone between Oman and Egypt would soon be established
The Egyptian Youth Ministry has allocated 93 million Egyptian pounds ($23.5 million) to establish youth centers throughout the country.
<b>Date:</b> Jul 24 – Jul 25, 2001 <b>Location:</b> Cairo, Egypt <b>Specifics:</b> The conference will have participants from the Pan Arab countries and will discuss the e-business and technology
July 29, 2001
An Egyptian IT and network security expert has warned that a computer virus that forced the Pentagon to close down its internet sites will emerge next
Iraqi Foreign Ministry Undersecretary Nabil Najem arrived in Cairo late Saturday on a three day visit.