July 7, 2001
Egypt's debts have dropped by 50 percent over the last ten years, according to a recent study issued by the Center for Studies and Research of Develop
The World Bank has approved a three-year program for Egypt, potentially providing the Arab African country with up to $1.5 billion in loans.
Syrian actress Raghda has been tapped for the role of a martyr’s mother in a new movie about the Palestinian uprising, or Intifada, against 34 years of Israeli military occupation.
Egyptian singer Anoshka and his Lebanese counterpart Wael Kfouri will make their debut on the big screen in the film Jahim Fawq Al Sahab, costarring Laila Taher and Salah Abdulla
Egyptian director Yousef Shahin has refused to enter his latest film, Sukout Hansawwar, in the Cairo film festival in October, saying the only appealing international film fest for the screening would
July 6, 2001
The International Hotel & Restaurant Association launched at the annual congress in Egypt “the Young Hotelier of the World Award 2001, the Environment
A regional bureau responsible for coordinating Nile river development among Sudan, Ethiopia and Egypt would be opened in the Ethiopian capital
Egypt’s Foreign Minister Ahmad Maher left Friday for Lusaka, heading Egypt’s delegation to the seventh session of the summit of the Organization of Af
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has denied US intelligence reports that his country aims to produce intermediate-range missiles, saying Cairo does no
BP Egypt announced Thursday that is has reached agreement to purchase TotalFinaElf’s 50 percent interest in the West Mediterranean Deep Water Area Con
Egypt’s military soccer team will meet Greece on Friday for the final match in the world cup. Victory will entitle Egypt to keep the cup for life.
Egypt’s soccer team will face Paraguay on Sunday for the third seat in the FIFA’s World Youth Championship.
Scottish expertise in crop storage technology looks set to result in a substantial order from Egypt for an innovative cooling process which can drasti
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.