July 20, 2001
Egypt’s youth soccer team has to defeat Mali on Friday in the Francophone Games before moving on to the semifinals.
Egypt’s hospitalized soccer star Mohammad Yamani has left the ICU unit and is under a five-day treatment program. He is showing signs of recovery, say
Egypt and Senegal will kick off their World Cup qualifiers against Algeria and Namibia simultaneously Saturday to avoid giving either team an unfair a
The Port Discovery Children's Museum in Baltimore is offering children who visit an exhibition about ancient Egypt the use of a BlackBerry pager to le
Recent reports reveal that Saudi Arabia has granted Egypt a 20-year, $26.7 million loan to help fund a project to establish new educational facilities.
Arab economy ministers called Wednesday, July 18, on the World Trade Organization (WTO) to grant the Arab League "observer" status, the official Egyptian news agency MENA reported. After a meeting Tu
A recent visit by Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamed to Egypt marked the beginning of a period of improved trade relations between Malaysia and Egypt.
Trade between Egypt and India has reached an average of $500 million annually, while India’s investments in Egypt have amounted to an average of $200 million yearly.
July 19, 2001
Egypt’s antiquities police in Minia governorate have uncovered the base of an lotus-shaped obelisk with Pharaonic inscriptions in a baker's backyard.
The Dinamo Bucharest football team beat Egypt’s Zamalek 3-2 Wednesday at the end of the International Friendly Football Championship in Romania.
Seven Egyptian tennis players advanced to the second round of the Arab Tennis Championship for youth under 18, underway in Cairo.
Egypt’s basketball team will face his Ukrainian rivals Thursday at Alexandria’s World Friendly Championship.
Iraqi Minister for Foreign Affairs Naji Sabri Al Hadithin on Wednesday reiterated Iraq’s pride in the Arab nation’s opposition, spearheaded by Egypt,
British Minister for Middle East and North Africa Affairs Bin Bradshow arrives in Egypt Thursday for talks with top Egyptian officials on the Palestin
A new study says that Nile flooding, not earthquakes, sank two ancient cities that have been recently discovered just off Egypt's Mediterranean coast.