Egypt

May 25, 2001

03:00 GMT

A landmark traveling exhibition features masterworks from the British Museum's collection of ancient Egyptian art, according to Smithonian magazine.

03:00 GMT

The secretary of Kuwait’s parliament, Mubarak Alkhrainij, on Thursday praised Egyptian-Kuwaiti relations, describing them as "distinctive and strong.”

03:00 GMT

Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher has voiced optimism about the recent assignment of William Burns to the post of US Middle East envoy, saying the

May 24, 2001

03:00 GMT

US diplomats have held talks with Egypt in Cairo and in Washington in the wake of Egypt's sentencing of a leading human rights activist to seven years

03:00 GMT

Five human rights organizations in Egypt were Wednesday evening drafting a joint statement protesting a court ruling convicting democracy and human ri

03:00 GMT

Fifteen Euro-Mediterranean countries will work together to set up a university in Rabat by the year 2002.

03:00 GMT

Jordan’s King Abdullah II will visit Berlin next Monday for a two-day official visit.

03:00 GMT

The National Democratic Party (NDP) won 14 out of 19 seats in the Shura Council run-off mid-term elections in five governorates last Wednesday.

03:00 GMT

Egyptian actor Farouk Al Fishawi has paid a local businessman 34,000 pounds to settle a bad check case.

03:00 GMT

Last Saturday morning, after shooting many scenes of the film Jaana Albayan Attali (We Have Received yhe Following Communiqué), costarring Mohammed Hnaidi and Hanan Turk,

03:00 GMT

Egyptian singer Hani Shaker will depart this week on a tour of US and Canadian cities, where he will perform mainly for the local Arab communities.

03:00 GMT

Egyptian Minister of Petroleum Sameh Fahmi met with the Saudi Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Ali Al- Nuaymeh while on a recent visit to Saudi Arabia.

03:00 GMT

British investments in Egypt currently stand at $5.4 billion, making Britain Egypt’s largest foreign partner after the United States.

03:00 GMT

Good news for the Egyptian investment community, following the debacle last month when the British supermarket group, Sainsbury, withdrew from the country, taking a loss of about £125 million.

03:00 GMT

The Chinese Economic Authority has submitted a request to the Egyptians to annually import 5,000 tons of jellyfish to China.