June 9, 2001
Egyptian comedy actor Yunes Shalaby suffered a stroke in Al Medinah Al Munawarah yesterday after performing Umra rituals, according to Saudi press reports.
Popular Egyptian singer Shaaban Abdel Rahim has decided to skip the services of his songwriter, Islam Khalil, who penned his smash hit Ana Bakrah Israel
Retired artist and current producer Huda Ramzi has convinced singers Kathem Al Saher and Nawal Al Zughbi to debut in the romantic film Zeedini Eshkan
Ahmed Zaki may have a chance to play a Muslim cleric, if the late man’s family agrees to a proposed new series.
June 8, 2001
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher and his predecessor, Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa, will visit Libya Monday for talks with Libyan off
Egyptian and US officials will hold talks this month over the establishment of a free trade zone.
Misr Clearing and Central Deposit Company says it has secured the highest rating from US financial titan JP Morgan Chase.
Experts from the Egyptian Nuclear Energy Agency will extend assistance to Jordan to establish an Atomic Agency.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak said Thursday that judicial supervision over the Shura Council elections had been fully implemented to ensure that th
Egypt’s soccer team’s coach Mahmoud Gohari has said that the match against Morocco within the World Cup qualifiers is a big challenge his team has to
Egyptian soccer team will head to Kenya on Friday for a training camp where they will play a friendly match against Kenya’s national team on Sunday.
June 7, 2001
The Egyptian Ministry of Interior has begun deploying 3,000 soldiers, 75 officers, and 35 armored vehicles in the area around the Israeli ambassador’s
An unpopular new sales tax and an accompanying strike by shop owners have cast a pall over the ruling National Democratic Party of Egypt, and observer
Israel Radio reported Thursday that a Palestinian-Israeli security meeting with CIA chief George Tenet is to take place on Friday in Cairo.
An advisor to the Iranian president, Attallah Muhajirani, said that both reformist and conservative parties in his country were not against resuming r