May 19, 2001
Egyptian TV announcer Ayman Abdulla, a resident of Germany, has snared the Bavarian film award for best German TV program announcer in the field of culture and education
In her first TV drama work, the director Wafaa Baghdadi has started filming “Jalisat Baba” (My Father’s Companion), a series written by Ahmed Abdel Rahman,
Singers Medhat Saleh and Anoshka have inked an agreement with director Musa’d Foudah to costar in the new comedy series “Mawe’d Ma’a Al Shuhrah,”(Appointment With Fame)
May 18, 2001
Egyptian tourism minister on Wednesday announced that the country's tourism sector had been negatively affected by the Palestinian Intifada, particula
Egypt and Sudan have decided to reduce their forces in a disputed border area known as the Halaib Triangle.
Despite rising criticism by lawmakers, the US Congress is reportedly unlikely to reduce the $2 billion in aid it sends to Egypt each year.
The Egyptian government has recently admitted that it had failed in solving the current economic crisis in the country, claiming also that the former government is responsible for the difficulties.
An Egyptian pharmaceuticals company has recently announced that it would soon begin marketing two new low-cost generic drugs for treating AIDS and Leukemia patients.
Moscow is angling for a contract to build Egypt’s first nuclear power station in Egypt.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has issued a formal request to his government that it draw up a decree for an authority that will oversee the development of the country’s chemical industries.
The Egyptian minister of petroleum, Sameh Fahmi, recently disclosed a newly adopted government strategy consisting of building 14 petrochemicals production complexes along with 50 petrochemicals manuf
May 17, 2001
By Mahmoud Al Abed Albawaba.com – Amman The essence of Greek tragedy, we are told, is a horrific fate lived out in the very act of trying to escape i
On his first day as the new secretary general of the Arab League, former Egyptian foreign minister Amr Moussa held a meeting with assistants who later
The first stage of the elections for the Egyptian Shura Council started on Wednesday in eight governorates with a “quiet atmosphere.”
The US administration on Wednesday began an internal review of the Mitchell Commission's investigation into the escalation of violence in the Palestin