July 24, 2001
The Egyptian Ministry of Communication has signed an agreement with the General Information Agency to establish 29 information technology (IT) clubs a
Senior Iranian and Egyptian officials met in Cairo on Monday to discuss expanding bilateral ties after 22 years of frozen relations.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak embarks Tuesday on a European tour, which will take him to Italy and Germany for talks that will focus on the Palesti
Egyptian artist Mahmoud Qabil is shooting his scenes in the drama series Al Nujoom La Tahjeb Al Shams (Stars Do Not Cover the Sun) along with Nawal Abu Al Futooh
After a five-year sabbatical, Egyptian actress Laila Taher has announced her return to the world of comedy.
The head of the Cairo International Film Festival, Hussein Fahmi, has rejected the application of the actress Nabila Ebeid to participate with her latest film Qasaqis Al Ushaq
In an effort to promote the import of Egyptian goods to Uganda, Egypt recently offered the African State a six month, $10 million credit line.
Egyptian Prime Minister Atef Ebeid recently described the newly implemented state budget as “The biggest…in Egypt's history”. The new budget is part of an aggressive campaign, initiated by President H
Increased economic cooperation between Egypt and Jordan was recently discussed at an Arab economic and industry conference held in Cairo.
The Egyptian Minister of Health recently announced that the government would cover the cost of medical care for those who could not afford it through the end of the current year.
On Sunday, July 22, market sentiment proved mixed, with a weak start pushing the PAMI index down to touch a new low of 5930.2. Fortunately, bottom fishers soon emerged managing to lift the active inde
Egyptian authorities recently announced that 25 businesses were privatized last year resulting in profits of approximately 2.5 billion Egyptian pounds ($633 million).
July 23, 2001
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak’s political advisor, Osama Al Baz, said on Sunday in Cairo that Iran and Egypt had no conflicting interests.
Some 135 Egyptians have been killed and 929 injured in the last three years during rural clashes related to government “reform” policies, economic res
The editor in chief of the Cairo-based weekly Sawt Al Ummah on Sunday denounced a Coptic Christian lawyer for accusing the paper of inciting sectarian