June 22, 2001
An unknown conservative group in northern Iran has said it would next Sunday unveil a portrait of the assassin of former Egyptian president Anwar Sada
Egypt and the European Union will sign an association agreement on Monday in Luxembourg, paving the way for an opening of their markets.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has issued a decree ordering the establishment of an industrial zone to the south of the town of Balteem.
Egypt’s basketball team will play seven friendly games in Spain and Yugoslavia starting next week in preparation for World Cup qualifiers in Morocco.
The 39th soccer Military World Cup kicked off in Egypt Thursday with breathtaking tableaus at the opening ceremony. Egypt won its match against Guinea
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmad Maher said in Washington on Thursday that his country looked forward to US Secretary of State’s Collin Powell's missio
In a popular trial of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, the prosecution asked a three-judge panel to sentence the hawkish Israeli leader to death o
June 21, 2001
Libya, the US and the Vatican, among other countries, seem to dislike the blunt language employed in a UN document on AIDS, according to a report on W
Jordan’s criminal court on Wednesday sentenced two Egyptian nationals to death, including one tried in absentia, after convicting them of robbing and
Ministers and senior government officials from the ten Nile Basin countries will meet with donors and development agencies for the first-ever Internat
The Egyptian Bar Association is due to begin on Thursday its trial in absentia of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, who is charged with committing
According to the head of the league, Egypt has officially cancelled its handball team’s participation in the Mediterranean Games in Tunis.
Egypt’s youth team was defeated 1-7 by Argentina Wednesday in World Cup finals. They’ll meet Finland Saturday in the last chance to qualify for the se
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on Wednesday met two Sudanese rebel leaders who gave him their perspective on the latest developments in the war-torn
Forty police officers and thirty demonstrators were slightly hurt Wednesday night in clashes during a protest by young members of Egypt's Coptic Chris