April 29, 2001
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak abruptly returned home from economic and defense cooperation talks with President Vladimir Putin without completing a
Israel and the Palestinians have agreed to a ceasefire, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak told reporters Sunday after a meeting with Israeli Foreign Mi
It has been reported that Kuwait has discussed with Egypt, last week, buying a share in Egypt's Midor oil refinery.
The angry reaction of Egyptian at a decision by the Archaeological authorities to hold disco parties for foreigners in Luxor sites has led to a debate
Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa will visit on Monday Saudi Arabia and Syria on a mission described by the Emirati daily, Al Bayan, as “urgent.”
Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres heads Sunday to Cairo and Amman to discuss the Egyptian-Jordanian peace initiative, equipped with the demand tha
Few people would talk about the landmark composer, Mohammad Al-Qasabji, and his achievements in the modern Arab music history,
The Egyptian singer Mustafa Amar participated in demonstrations organized Saturday by Palestinians at the refugee camps in south Lebanon,
The general assembly of the actors’ associations, under the chairmanship of Yousef Shaaban, has unanimously voted against accepting belly dancers as members in the body
The Egyptian actress Elham Shahin has been bitterly criticized for her role in the movie “Souq Al Mutaah“ (Pleasure Market).
The foreign ministers of Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia and Jordan plan to meet next month in Rabat to discuss setting up a free trade zone among their countries, the Moroccan embassy said Thursday, April 26
Egyptian Saudi Finance Bank (SAUD.CA) released FY2000 results ending December, in which net income almost doubled to LE14.7 million compared to LE7.6 million in FY99. The main contributor to the incre
On Tuesday, April 24, the session started off weak, then rallied for an hour after the Central Bank of Egypt came to the rescue with another 50 basis rate cut. However, the session’s trading ended nea
Egyptian workforce currently stands at 18.02 million people, of those, five million are employeed in the state sector.
Exports from Israel to Egypt fell 45 percent during the first quarter of 2001, compared to the same period in 2000, to stand at $9.6 million. In contrast, Israeli exports to Jordan rose 240 percent du