June 25, 2001
Egypt’s military soccer team will meet Cyprus in Cairo at 7:30 in the World Military Cup. Guinea will play against North Korea, and Greece against Qat
An unknown conservative group in northern Iran unveiled on Sunday a portrait of the assassin of former Egyptian president Anwar Sadat. A street named
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher is due to arrive Monday in Luxembourg to sign the Egyptian-European Union agreement and discuss the latest devel
Egypt's long-serving ambassador to Israel, Mohammed Bassiouni, who was recalled last year, has been appointed to the country's consultative council.
Despite the approval of the Jordanian authorities on screening the film Ayyam Assadat (Sadat Days), the Jordanian distributors decided not to buy it
The 37th Carthage Festival will host concerts by Spanish crooner Julio Iglesias, Najat Al Saghirah from Egypt and Helen Cigara from France
Poet Jamal Bakhit’s complaint against renowned actor Mohammed Heneidi could cost the latter 40,000 pounds,
A new film called The Days of Sadat, which follows the Egyptian leader’s evolution from revolutionary to president, opens this week in Cairo amid quite a buzz in political and artistic circles.
Egypt and the European Union will sign their association agreement on Monday, June 25, in Luxembourg, paving the way for an opening of their markets, an Egyptian presidential source said Thursday. Th
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri arrived in Cairo Monday, June 25, for talks with Egyptian leaders about bilateral economic cooperation and the Arab-Israeli crisis, Egyptian officials said. Harir
Egypt was among the six countries added on Friday, June 22, to the blacklist of money-laundering nations.
During the first half of 2001, the Egyptian Natural Gas Company (Gasco) signed contracts to export 200,000 tons of propane to various European petrochemicals manufacturing companies.
A 200-million Egyptian pound ($51.5 million) aluminum sheet plant is currently under construction in the October 6th City.
A new tax amendment proposal has been brought before the Egyptian cabinet, which would decrease tax rates in certain sectors from 40 to 25 percent, and lower the cut-off point for tax exemption from 2
June 24, 2001
Middle East issues and economic cooperation will be discussed at the fifth round of meetings by the Higher Egyptian-Lebanese Joint Committee on Sunday