July 6, 2001
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmad Maher has said early Friday that his country will proceed with coordination with Libya and the other concerned parties
Egyptian businessmen have recently cautioned against the privatization of various public service sectors, claiming that it would have a detrimental affect limited-income families.
July 5, 2001
An Egyptian court has revoked the license of An Nabaa, a tabloid whose article on the sexual escapades of a former Coptic monk sparked Christians to r
Sudan's southern and northern opposition groups are ready to attend a peace conference, in the wake of a government announcement that it has accepted
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Kuwaiti Defense Minister Sheikh Jaber Al Mubarak Al Sabah on Wednesday discussed enhancing bilateral ties in vari
Italy’s Juventos is considering adding the Egyptian striker Mohammad Yamani who now plays for the Belgian Standard De Liege to its team.
Egypt’s soccer stars Hussam and Ibrahim Hassan have decided to retire, but Saudi Arabis’s Qadissiya is negotiating a deal with the popular twins to pl
Despite a 0-2 defeat by Ghana, observers say that Egypt’s soccer team is a source of pride as it won one of the four top seats in the World Youth Cham
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmad Maher is due to arrive in Lusaka Friday to head his country’s delegation to the 37th Organization of African Unity (OA
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak said Wednesday he had informed the US that the deteriorating situation in the Middle East could escalate "in a seriou
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak “appears relieved” over initial congressional approval for continued US military aid to Egypt, according to the Middl
Tunisian singer Latifa has finished recording three songs for her new album, which is due out at the end of the year.
Director Adel Sadeq is putting the last touches on the series Ah Ya Zaman costarring Mustafa Fahmi, Rajaa Al Jiddawi, Ula Ghanem, and Hassan Mustafa,
Egyptian actress Safiyya Al Omari will fly to the US next week to participate in the World Women’s Conference as a Good Will Ambassador for the United Nations,
Egyptian singer Amr Diab is headed for the Libyan Desert to film a video for one of the songs on his new album.