July 25, 2001
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher reportedly said in an interview this week that the US was losing patience with Israel's current policies, seeing
In response to an appeal by Egypt, Saudi Arabia has agreed to explore the prospect of military cooperation with Sudan and to help the country in other
Israeli authorities on Tuesday allowed a medical relief shipment sent by the Egyptian Physicians Association to reach Palestinians after a week’s dela
The Egyptian international referee Gamal Ghandour has been chosen to run Ahli’s friendly match against Real Madrid on August 4.
Egypt’s boxer Mohammad Abdel Hamid won the gold in the Francophone Games, while his teammate Ramadan Abdel Ghaffar lost the final match and came up wi
Egypt’s youth soccer team won the bronze medal in the Francophone Games after defeating Cameroon 3-0 in Canada.
The new US ambassador to Israel, Daniel Kurtzer, said Tuesday that Egypt and Jordan, the only Arab nations to have peace accords with the Jewish state
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak highlighted on Tuesday the importance of sending observers to the Palestinian territories as the situation in the reg
Director Amr Bayoumi is shooting his latest film, Alaab Mamnouaa (Forbidden Games), costarring Shireen Ridha, Tareq Lutfi, Ahmed Ezz Eddin, Farah and Bassem Samrah.
Egyptian actress Samah Anwar is gearing up to direct the film Ahsan Farah Fi Masr (Best Wedding Party in Egypt), written by her father Anwar Abdulla.
Egyptian singer Ehab Tawfiq is currently negotiating with singer Angham to record a duet for his new album. Angham had previously agreed to the offer, but the project was halted
The Egyptian Ministry of Communication has signed an agreement with the General Information Agency to establish 29 information technology (IT) clubs at media centers and complexes around the country.
Egyptian annual expenditures on food and beverages totalled 56 billion Egyptian pounds ($14.2 billion) in 2000, according to the survey, compared to four billion EP on smoking.
An estimated EP 350 million is being sought to expand Egypt's Abu Simbel Airport, aiming to increase passenger traffic to 1,500 passengers an hour.
A protocol was recently signed between Egypt and an unnamed international company to establish a communications and information technology (IT) university in Egypt.