July 27, 2001
Egypt’s U-19 women squash team has qualified for the world cup final after defeating India 3-0. They will face Malaysia, the host, Friday.
July 26, 2001
Coptic lawyer Mamdouh Nakhleh said Wednesday he planned to withdraw a complaint against the newspaper Sawt Al Ummah for articles allegedly inciting se
An Egyptian state security court took a hard line on Wednesday, preventing the lawyers of 52 defendants accused of illegal sex acts from obtaining a c
Iran has presented 1,000 books on Persian culture to the Egyptian library in Alexandria.
Both Israeli and Egyptian officials denied Thursday a TV report that Cairo was leaning towards imposing diplomatic and economic sanctions on Israel.
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher met on Tuesday with French President Jacques Chirac, bearing an high-level message on the Middle East crisis and
Egyptian women’s youth team will meet India in the world squash championship’s quarterfinals in Malaysia. Reports expect an easy win for the Arab coun
Egypt’s Zamalek has decided to add the Zambian Farid Mawali to its soccer team. The midfielder is expected to be a good asset to the league champion.
An administrative court in Egypt has ruled that the interior minister has no right to prevent citizens from traveling abroad, even a mother who wants
The Egyptian cinema industry has spent 64 million pounds to churn out 14 films over the past three months - the highest figure in history
Egyptian actor Kamal Al Shinnawi is preparing to shoot the comedy series Millionerat Bel Sudfah (Millionaires By Chance) alongside Amina Rizeq
Egyptian singer Amr Diab is currently in London shooting a video for Wala Ala Balu, the big hit of his new album with the proposed title Aktar Wahed. The video director is Sharif Sabri.
Egyptian actress Najlaa Fathi is gearing up to shoot her new film Qanoon Sukkar (Sugar Law), in which she experiments with an alternative lifestyle.
A recently published economic report reveals that Egyptian exports to the United States increased by 19.8 percent during the first five months of 2001, reaching $402.9 million.
A major economic conference will take place the coming September in Cairo. Among the issues on the participant’s agenda are globalization, e-commerce and their implications on the region.