June 26, 2001
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
The Egyptian Pilot Association has denied as baseless a Newsweek report claiming that Egyptian officials admitted to American investigators that the c
Egypt’s national soccer team has left for Rabat to face Morocco in an elimination match on Saturday in World Cup qualifiers.
Egypt’s football league will not take part in the September 2-16 Mediterranean Games hosted by Tunisia due to member teams’ commitments during that pe
Egypt’s soccer team has moved on to quarterfinals in the World Military Cup after beating Cyprus 2-1 on Monday.
Ahead of a court hearing in Egypt to decide whether the Israeli Shas Party's spiritual leader, Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, could be indicted for anti-Arab rem
The first United Nations General Assembly special session on HIV/AIDS was plunged into disarray Monday by a filibuster by Muslim states over the parti
Egyptian officials say the country's former ambassador to Israel, Mohammed Bassiouni, who was recalled last year, has tendered his resignation just af
The emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Jaber Al Sabah, and a businessman are squabbling with the heirs of the late Egyptian star Suad Hosni over three flats rented by the late artist.
TV director Ahmed Khader has begun contacting screenwriters to come up with a script for a series on the life of the late Egyptian actress Suad Hosni.
A delegation representing the Arab Investment & Agricultural Development Authority is scheduled to visit Egypt in the near future, to prepare technical and financial studies of the Toshki project.
EU foreign ministers meeting in Luxembourg Monday, June 25, signed an "association agreement" with Egypt for promotion of bilateral trade. A statement accompanying the accord, signed by Egyptian Fore
The Egyptian Tourism Minister recently stated that the Israeli Government, led by Ariel Sharon, is responsible for the declining number of tourists arriving into the Middle East, including Egypt.
In an attempt to alleviate Egyptian unemployment, a small manufacturing industry complex, costing $772,000, was recently established in the Giza district.