August 2, 2001
The Egyptian Parliament has postponed a debate on a proposed anti-smoking law until October, a decision that has been criticized by several anti-smoki
The Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood movement accused the European Court of Human Rights on Thursday of bias against Muslims for backing Turkey over its de
About 2.5 million tourists visited Egypt in the first half of 2001, despite the latest Palestinian uprising against 34 years of Israeli military occup
Egyptian soccer stars Hani Ramzi, who plays in Germany, and Abdul-Zhaher Saqqa, a professional in Turkey, have decided to quit playing with the nation
Egypt’s Ahli is back from a camp in Portugal where they played five games, lost three, withdrew in one and won the fifth.
A row has surfaced between Ahli’s defender Ibrahim Saeed and his club, which rejected his demand to have 30% of the $1.5m paid for him by England’s Ch
Two Israelis were killed and four others injured in a car accident in the Egyptian resort of Sharm El Sheikh on Wednesday.
Egypt reportedly plans to begin assembling an additional 100 US M1A1 Abrams tanks in its factory outside Cairo.
Egyptian actress Rojina is starting rehearsals for the play Ariss Al Turab (Soil Groom), whose script is based on combining the Greek play Oedipus the King
Egyptian actor Kamal Abu Rayya has sent his regrets for not being able to appear in the play Alo Ya Ard (Hello, Land), following in the footsteps of Farouq Al Fishawi and Said Saleh
The city of Giza has allotted 27 million Egyptian pounds ($6.8 million) to establish drinking water projects through the current year 2001 through 2002.
Egyptian Prime Minister Atif Ubaid recently stressed his government’s staunch commitment to providing employment opportunities for the nation’s citizens at cabinet meeting last week.
At a recent interview, published in <i>Al-Musawar</i> weekly, Egyptian Prime Minster Atif Ubaid reiterated his stance that the national economy was on the right track. In fact, doing better than it ha
AL Ahram Beverages has issued a profit warning regarding fiscal year 2001 results ending December. ABC has confirmed that the primary factor necessitating a change in outlook comes as a result of the
Trading in the Egyptian bourse on Tuesday, July 31, was characterized by heavy losses across the board, with the overall investor mood decidedly negative. The PAMI index struck a new low at 5,742.3, a