June 6, 2001
Renowned Egyptian soccer referee Gamal Ghandour will run the Confederations Cup semi-final match between Brazil and France scheduled for Thursday in S
France’s Montpellier club has refused a $100,000-demand by the Egypt’s Ahli to renew the contract of handball star Ashraf Awwad, now playing with the
Egypt will host the Arab youth tennis tournament for the seventh consecutive year. 15 Arab teams will take part in the event, scheduled for July 13-20
Egyptian equestrian teams will embark on a three-month tour of east Europe to take part in ten competitions in Hungary, Slovakia and Czech.
Egypt has announced that its ban on Irish beef imports will remain in force until at least October.
During a visit to Cairo on Tuesday, the head of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, Henry Shelton, said that his country had no intention of withdrawing US
The intervention of outside mediators at a conference of lawyers on Tuesday just barely headed off fistfights between supporters and opponents of the
Egypt formally consented on Tuesday to accept newly appointed Israeli ambassador Gideon Ben-Ami.
In a few days, actress Hala Sudki will begin shooting the new film Wa Hanat Sa’at Al Intiqam (The Hour of Revenge Has Come), about a female French language teacher
Adel Imam, Said Saleh and Yunes Shalabi who achieved great success in the play Madrasat Almushaghibeen, their paths will cross again this year in the film Ameer Althalam
After a five-year break from television, Egyptian actress Laila Ulwi is preparing to costar in a television series based on the writings of Nobel Prize-winning writer Najeeb Mahfouze.
Cairo’s bourse continues its downward trend with trading volumes remaining low, mainly due to the turbulent regional politics, the general feeling of a deep recession and the continuous instability in
An Athens Chamber of Commerce and Industry delegation is presently in Cairo to discuss joint projects in the sectors of raw building materials, textiles, food products and chemicals.
Egyptian Minister of Transportation has instructed the National Railways Authority to execute maintenance operations for all local rail networks.
A recent article in the <I>Washington Post</I> sent a chill though the headquarters of the Israeli Electric Corporation. Referring to a natural gas pipeline, which when complete would stretch from Egy