June 11, 2001
Italy’s Udinese has asked Egypt’s Zamalek to pay $600,000 in return for striker Hazem Imam. Zamalek has offered $250,000 for its former star.
Egypt’s U-21 soccer team won the Chili Cup by beating Australia 5-4 on Sunday, before heading to Argentine for World Cup finals, June 17-July 8.
European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana and Swedish Prime Minister Goran Persson, who are currently meeting Israeli and Palestinian official
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher stressed on Sunday that his country was keen to have good relations with Iran because of its key role in the reg
Egypt and the European Union will sign a partnership pact on June 25 in Luxembourg.
An EgyptAir delegation will head to the United States on Tuesday to respond to the preliminary US report on the October 1999 crash of an EgyptAir flig
Renowned actor Mohammed Riyadh is currently shooting the outdoor scenes of the new series Al Madhi Yaoud (The Past Returns), directed by Mohammed Al Naqly.
Wael Nour may have secured his first-ever lead role in the film Al Tifl Al Umlaq (The Giant Child), the story of a kindergartener who suddenly becomes the size of a grown-up
In another sign of warming ties between Cairo and Damascus, Syria’s recent Egyptian Film Week kicked off a film aptly entitled The Lovers.
Tareq used to feel that he was a stranger to the masculine world. Outwardly, he was a man, but his behavior and conduct were decidedly feminine.
Actor Ahmed Adam has turned to theater production for the first time. The Egyptian star plans to startle his audience by directing just like Mohammed Subhi,
The Arab Radio and Transistor Company, Telemisr, has contracted a British firm to assist the company’s restructuring and development plans, announced Telemisr chairman.
A delegation representing the Public Exporters Association of the Egyptian Chamber of Commerce is scheduled to visit Moscow this coming July.
June 10, 2001
The National Bank of Egypt (NBE) has bought the shares of the Israeli Merhav Company in the Middle East Oil Refinery (Midor) for 600 million pounds ($
The Egyptian Press Association plans to celebrate Journalist's Day on Sunday with sits-ins and a ceremony to honor high achievers in their field.