October 12, 2000
An article appearing in <I>Al-Alam al-Youm</I> has reported that the total value of Egyptian exports to Japan over the past two decades reached a little over $1 billion.
Egypt and Trinidad could host a new generation of gas to liquids plants, reinforcing Shell International Gas Ltd.'s long-term commitment to the technology and boosting the company's development expend
October 11, 2000
Following is the full listing of Ramadan’s lineup.
Um Kulthum’s band will join in Arab-Americans rallies against Israel’s attack on Palestine.
Angry actress Nabila Ebeid has found a new culprit in the ‘conspiracy’ against her latest movie.
Hani Shaker has joined the team of Egyptian artists providing support for the Palestinians fighting in the Al Aqsa Intifada.
Thousands of university and high school students staged anti-Israeli protests across Egypt on Wednesday, with police preventing one group from marchin
Egypt's Presidential Political Advisor, Osama al-Baz, denied reports that there are disputes among Arab leaders regarding the summit expected to be he
Egypt’s most renowned director Yussef Shahin has joined the ranks of Egypt’s art industry in support of the suffering Palestinian people.
Israeli troops fired live rounds into neighboring Egypt during clashes early Wednesday with youths who threw rocks and bottles at their positions from
Egypt said it would only participate in an eventual Middle East summit with Israel if the Jewish state "retracts its threats against the Arabs", and i
The Egyptian petroleum ministry recently announced that a joint Egyptian-Kuwaiti project is currently being evaluated. This project, reported in <I>Al-Sharq Al-Awsat</I>, is a petroleum and natural ga
October 10, 2000
Egyptian actor Wael Nour has decided to make a movie on the martyrdom of Mohammad Durra, the Palestinian child who died in the arms of his wounded fat
After a long wait, Ilham Shahine and director Daoud Abdul Sayed will team up for a film.
Hala Shiha slithers to the top with Snakes and Ladders.