June 21, 2001
According to the head of the league, Egypt has officially cancelled its handball team’s participation in the Mediterranean Games in Tunis.
Egypt’s youth team was defeated 1-7 by Argentina Wednesday in World Cup finals. They’ll meet Finland Saturday in the last chance to qualify for the se
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on Wednesday met two Sudanese rebel leaders who gave him their perspective on the latest developments in the war-torn
Forty police officers and thirty demonstrators were slightly hurt Wednesday night in clashes during a protest by young members of Egypt's Coptic Chris
Israel Radio reported Thursday that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak spoke with Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon by phone Wednesday in an effort to
US President George W. Bush said Wednesday he would send Secretary of State Colin Powell to the Middle East next week in a bid to shore up an increasi
Egyptian actor Ashraf Abdel Baqi is rehearsing intensively for his role in the play Helw Wa Kadab, which costars Wahid Seif and Wafaa Amer.
International star Omar Al Sharif has agreed to take the starring role in the film Al Rajol Al Muntathar (The Expected Man).
Jordan’s 20-day Shabib Festival, which will begin on July 1, will host a bevy of stars
An Arab-German economic meeting will be held in Cairo at the end of June 2001 to promote bilateral trade relations, under the title “Privatization in Egypt”.
As part of Egyptian efforts to encourage economic cooperation with France, Egypt’s economy ministry recently held a conference in Paris, under the title ‘Egypt's Economy in 2001, New Impetus’.
The tender for the sale of the Egyptian joint stock company, Transport & Engineering Co. (TRENCO) has been extend through the first of July.
On Tuesday, June 19, the market tanked while approaching historical lows on lack of fresh news. Both indices closed in the red with the PAMI index erasing 1.56 percent while the broader PIPO index she
The Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines has announced that it has started new nonstop flights service to Cairo and Dubai, the from John F. Kennedy International Airport, New York.
June 20, 2001
Egypt's Foreign Minister Ahmad Maher headed to the United States on Wednesday for a four-day visit, his first since assuming his post.