July 14, 2001
A delegation from Egypt’s Ahli has left for Spain to sign an agreement by which Real Madrid will play against the team in Cairo on August 4, in return
Egypt’s youth team ended its match against Bulgaria 2-0 in the Francophone soccer championship hosted by Canada.
Egypt’s hopes are pinned on Senegal’s win over Morocco in Dakar Saturday. Its chances for World Cup finals are stronger after its 8-2 win over Namibia
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmad Maher and his Israeli counterpart, Shimon Peres, will meet in Cairo on Sunday to discuss a proposed international obse
Files from at least 5,000 lawsuits have mysteriously disappeared from Egyptian courts and prosecution offices over the past two years, the ministry of
Russia's special Middle East envoy Andrei Vdovin arrives in Egypt on Saturday for talks with Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher on ways to halt the continui
Egypt has the most money invested in Jordan, ahead of the United States and Britain, which came in second and third, respectively, in a recent study.
A Cairo-based regional online recruitment company has been selected by IBM Egypt and the ministry of education to supervise a program to train IT stud
Orascom Telecom, owned partly by Egyptian businessman Naguib Sawiris, is competing with 16 companies for the purchase of a majority stake in the Niger
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak received Friday a message from his Sudanese counterpart, Omar Bashir, on the “excellent bilateral ties” between their
Lebanese singer Diana Haddad is planning to star in her first movie, Mamnou Al Intezar (Waiting Forbidden), under the direction of Hamed Said
Egyptian actor Said Saleh has agreed to join the cast of the play Hilo Wa Kaddab (Sweet and Liar), which includes Wafaa Amer and Ashraf Abdel Baqi.
The management of the Alexandria Film Festival is giving the thumbs-down to Israeli and gay-themed films.
The young Egyptian actor Khaled Al Nabawi is gearing up to perform the starring role in the new film Azma Atifiyya (Emotional Crises) along with Manal Salameh.
July 13, 2001
The first batch of training planes manufactured in a joint Egyptian-Chinese factory were delivered in Cairo on Wednesday.