June 19, 2001
An Egyptian man was beheaded Tuesday in the Saudi city of Medina for beating and burning to death a Pakistani.
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat is to hold talks with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on Wednesday on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, against t
Despite sometimes tense relations between Egypt’s Muslims and Christians, the government, Islamists, professional associations, the press and most ci
Egyptian soccer star Hazem Imam has been ranked top at the world level in “skills with the ball,” in a competition organized by an international compa
Egypt’s Ahli has refused to negotiate in a deal to sell Ahmad Abu Mesallam and Rida Shahata to a key Italian club.
Egypt’s military soccer team will face Guinea at the opening of the 39th World Military Cup to kick off in Cairo Thursday with the participation of 12
The former chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) said Monday that evidence showed that the co-pilot of EgyptAir Flight 990 was r
Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Hekmat Ibrahim met Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in Cairo Monday to explain Iraq's position on the "smart" sanctions pr
Egyptian artist Nada Basyouni has begun shooting her first lead role in the film Salam Merabbaa Lil Sittat (Square Salute for Ladies).
Egyptian artist Khulood will begin shooting her film Shabab Al Tattoo (Tattooed Guys) on the 20th of this month, after five years of absence following her marriage
After tough negotiations, director Said Hamed has convinced “Kid” Fairouze, ex-child star famed for her film roles along with Anwar Wajdy, to return to the big screen.
A recent survey revealed that 90 percent of Egyptians support strengthening inter-Arab economic ties. The government apparently agrees with public opinion, and has taken recent measures to further thi
An Egyptian ministerial committee chaired recently decided to offer local and international tenders for the construction of 11 new highways.
Compaq emerges a market force controlling 20 percent of the total computer sales in the region during the first quarter of 2001.
Iraqi Finance Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Hekmat Ibrahim met Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in Cairo Monday, June 18, to explain Iraq's position on "smart" sanctions proposed by Britain and t