June 27, 2001
Egypt’s basketball team will play a friendly match against Qatar in Cairo Wednesday in preparation for the African Nations Cup to be held in Morocco i
Egypt’s soccer team will face North Korea on Wednesday in the World Military Cup finals.
Egypt and Tunisia have agreed to join forces to combat organized crime, international terrorism and drug trafficking.
A group of 80 Egyptian lawmakers will arrive in Rabat Saturday to support their national soccer team in their 2002 world cup heats match against Moroc
A special Egyptian committee on Wednesday stood poised to prevent a film entitled The Days of Sadat from being screened at 35 movie theatres across the nation
Egyptian actor Noor Al Sherif has accepted an offer to perform the role of Saif Al Dawlah Al Hamadani in a historical television series.
Egyptian singer Ehab Tawfiq has postponed the shooting of his first screen role until he finishes defending his doctoral thesis, Music and Singing in the 20th Century
Iraqi Deputy Premier and Minister of Finance Hikmat Al-Azawi has praised Egypt’s efforts to alleviate the suffering of the Iraqi people at a recent meeting in Egypt.
In association with the International Unilever Company, the Egyptian Rashid Investment Group recently established two new companies costing 375 million Egyptian pounds ($94 million).
On Monday, June 25, market sentiment was lukewarm, despite the positive news from Suez Cement. The PAMI remained nearly flat at 6,466.6 while the PIPO index inched down 0.45 percent to 1,564.1. The c
Egyptian Electricity and Energy Minister Ali Fahmy al-Saidi will visit Cyprus in late July to discuss the tapping of lucrative oil and gas reserves off the eastern Mediterranean island, officials said
June 26, 2001
Sudanese opposition leaders opened a meeting in Cairo on Tuesday in what a spokesman described as a "last-chance" bid to coordinate African and Arab i
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri said Tuesday in Cairo that the occupied Shabaa Farms were Lebanese, adding that “Israel should immediately withdr
Egypt's defense chief has pledged that the army will keep pace with changing technology and combat doctrine in the West.
An Egyptian beauty contest company is accusing the paper An Nabaa, already under fire for sparking Coptic Christians to riot, with labeling its execut