May 26, 2001
Mohammed Al Baali-Cairo Almost a year has passed since the Egyptian government banned the Islamic Labor party and closed its newspaper, Ashaab. Many
Jordan’s King Abdullah has postponed until Sunday his scheduled visit to Yemen.
An urgent meeting of the Organization of the Conference (OIC) will be convened Saturday in Doha to discuss the Palestinian crisis.
The head of the Egyptian Coptic Church has urged all Arab nations to find an “effective” way to reduce the violence in the Palestinian territories.
Former Russian prime minister Yevgeny Primakov will set off for a two-week tour of Arab states on Saturday, taking with him a message from President V
Four people, including two German tourists, were killed Friday and seven others were injured when a micro-bus collided with a car on the Cairo-Suez ro
Bucking a nine-year ban, Egyptian play El Nass elli fi Al Talet (The People on the Third Floor) opened on Wednesday at the National Theatre in Cairo,
Egyptian actress Lebleba has recently finished shooting her latest film Al Na’ama wa Al Tawooss (Ostrich and Peacock), costarring Mustafa Sha’aban and Bassma,
Golden Globe winner Omar Al Sherif was born Michel Dimitri Shalhoub in 1931 to a wealthy Alexandrian family of Christian Lebanese origin.
Ten Egyptian films will be screened at the 9th Art Film International Festival, which will be held in Slovakia June 22-29,
After 15 years away from the cinema, actor Mohammed Subhi is gearing up for a new movie in which he has the starring role.
May 25, 2001
A landmark traveling exhibition features masterworks from the British Museum's collection of ancient Egyptian art, according to Smithonian magazine.
The secretary of Kuwait’s parliament, Mubarak Alkhrainij, on Thursday praised Egyptian-Kuwaiti relations, describing them as "distinctive and strong.”
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
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