June 13, 2001
Microsoft has announced that it is teaming up with LinkdotNet, an Egyptian Internet Service Provider (ISP), to form an Arabic and English-language web portal, MSN.Arabia.com.
June 12, 2001
UN Secretary General Kofi Annan arrived in Egypt on Tuesday at the start of a week-long mission in the Middle East aimed at ending eight months of vio
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has sent a message congratulating Iranian President Mohammad Khatami on his re-election on Friday.
An earthquake shook the Egyptian capital of Cairo on Tuesday, causing panic among some residents, but there were no immediate reports of casualties or
A distraught Egyptian lawyer divested himself of his attire in front of a courthouse on one of Cairo’s most busy streets after losing a case, accordin
A Cairo court will hold a session on June 24 to look into a case filed by Khaled Mahmoud, owner of an Egyptian import/export company against Kuwait Ai
The second round of the last phase of Egypt’s Shura Council elections is due to kick off Tuesday, with fewer issues and more tribal loyalties at stake
Argentina has demanded $400,000 and $50,000 from Egypt and Ethiopia, respectively, for broadcasting their teams’ U-21 World Cup final matches.
Egyptian soccer star Yasser Radwan has agreed to return to his team, Al Ahli, from Germany’s Hans Rostock in return for $200,000 for three years.
Egypt has formed a national soccer team for the deaf. The team has been selected from 20 teams that have taken part in the first championship of the d
Microsoft and the Egyptian firm Linkdotnet on Monday signed an agreement to cooperate in launching the Arabic version of msn.com.
Egyptian diplomats complained to the Israeli ambassador on Monday about an Israeli television program that made fun of Egyptian President Hosni Mubara
An ugly quarrel that began when Diana Haddad’s husband publicly belittled the talents of Nawal Al Zoghby looks to be headed for a happy ending, thanks to Mamdouh Moussa
Egyptian actor Mohammed Subhi has chosen Simon, the star of his three most recent plays, to costar with him in the dramatic television series Fares Bila Jawad
Egyptian megastar Nabila Ebeid will star in and produce the new film Al Saqr (Eagle), about the sinking of the Israeli destroyer Elate,