July 4, 2001
Following the recent passing of a parliament law giving Egypt the green light to issue dollar-denominated eurobonds, the government made a $1.5 billion eurobond issue on Friday, June 29.
The Washington, D.C.-based International Finance Corporation has announced that it will lend $6 million to ORIX Leasing Egypt, SAE.
The World Bank is currently preparing a study with the objective of recruiting the Egyptian private sector to help resolve various technical and financing problems of the country’s drinking water indu
July 3, 2001
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat on Tuesday accused Israel of seeking to "crush the Palestinians" militarily and insisted he has kept his end of th
A study claims that the Egyptian military has been largely unsuccessful in finding more educated recruits.
Egypt’s Zamalek will have a training camp in Germany from July 4-12 to be followed by another in Romania. The club is trying to add African soccer sta
Egypt’s team will face Guinea on Tuesday in the World Military Cup semifinals. The match will take place at Muqawiloon stadium at 7:30 local time.
Egypt's highest religious authority has condemned as haram (forbidden) the popular quiz show Who Wants to Win a Million? and all other forms of phone-
Kuwaiti Defense Minister Sheikh Jaber Al Mubarak Al Sabah arrives Tuesday in Egypt for talks on ways to further bolster bilateral ties.
A meeting of Israeli and Palestinian security officials late Monday night ended inconclusively, with the US blaming both sides for the ongoing fightin
Egyptian actress Athar Al Hakim is seriously considering an offer from director Issam Al Sayyed to costar in the play Al Muwaten Masri(The Egyptian Citizen)along with Ahmed Khalil
The new film Al Abwab Al Moghlaqa (Closed Doors) tackles the Gulf War and the rise of religious fundamentalism through the lens of an adolescent who loses his innocence
Sudanese TV announced Monday morning the death of renowned artist Sayyed Khalifa, 68, in Jordan, where he was receiving treatment
The Egyptian government recently decided to establish a new company to manage the assets of the Egyptian Railways Authority.
In a mixed week for the Arab stock markets, Jordan’s ASE index gained 2.3 percent closing at 140.86 points, while the Egyptian Hermes Financial Index continued its downward trend falling 2.8 percent t