July 18, 2001
A US court has indicted an American antiquities dealer on charges of trading in stolen Egyptian artifacts, including the head of the Montahotep Statue
Egypt’s Judo champion Haisam Awad won the gold, below 73 kg, in the Francophone Championship in Canada. His teammate, Moh’d Abu Meidan won silver in 8
Egypt has finally decided to take part in the Mediterranean games in Tunis with 79 athletes expected to win 23 different medals.
Egypt’s soccer star Mohammad Yamani’s health is improving, says the hospital where the player is receiving intensive treatment following a serious car
Egypt and Sudan are working on plans to end internal Sudanese conflict and improve bilateral ties.
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat left for Cairo on Wednesday for a meeting of an Arab League committee set up last year to address the Israeli-Pale
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on Tuesday began a reshuffle of the military and police forces by naming high-ranking officers to top civilian posts
Egyptian stars Mervat Amin and Noor Al Sharif will fly to China soon to participate in the Golden Rooster and 100 Roses 10th Annual Film Festival.
Egyptian actress Wafaa Amer is suing pop singer Shaaban Abdel Rehim and his son in damages for a poster with photos of actress and Abdel Rehim’s son Issam headlined: Wait for the Duo, Issam and Wafaa
Alexandria’s governor and the board of directors of the city’s free trade zone recently agreed to implement 15 new investment projects with a base capital exceeding $67 million.
A 67-kilometer railway constructed between Giza and October 6th City in Egypt was recently set in operation, as part of a governmental campaign to connect Cairo with its suburbs and the peripheral com
Recent reports reveal that Egypt is planning to organize, for the first time, an international oil conference in October 2002. The conference is to deal specifically with issues of oil and natural gas
The seasonal lull continued to take its toll on July 16, as volumes dried up to register at 2.9 million on the CASE. The PAMI index sank into the red, a whopping 209 points or 3.27 percent, while the
Alexandria’s governor and the board of directors of Alexandria’s free trade zone recently agreed to implement 15 new investment projects with a base capital exceeding $67 million.
July 17, 2001
Egypt and Jordan have notified Qatar that they will be taking part in the upcoming World Trade Organization (WTO) conference, which Israel is also exp