June 5, 2001
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Egyptian Prime Minister Atef Ebeid arrived Monday in Jordan at the head of a high-ranking delegation for talks with Jordanian officials on ways to bol
German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer in Cairo urged the Palestinians and Israel Tuesday to firm up their "fragile" ceasefire and move swiftly to ca
After being bailed out of a dismal jail, the Egyptian singer Mohammed Al Hilo is returning to his audience with a new album of eight songs including Ya Ibni (My Son)
Singer Hisham Abbas, musician Hamid Al Shaeri, and Miss Egypt, Sara Shahin, have been nominated to costar in the comedy film Al Ghardaqa Rayeh Bass (Al Ghardaqa, Going Only)
Voice of Cairo Audiovisual Company has begun recording 10 national albums of Umm Kulthum’s music, including 15 previously unreleased songs.
Egyptian artist Shireen Rida returns to the silver screen by costarring in the detective film Kul Shai’ Sahl (Everything Is Easy) along with Farah, Tareq Lutfi
Jordanian Prime Minister Ali Abu Ragheb on Tuesday, June 5, urged Baghdad and the United Nations to engage in a dialogue aimed at implementing UN resolutions on Iraq and sparing its people hardships.
Galileo International announced Tuesday, June 5, that it has signed a multi-year agreement with seven of the carriers that comprise the ARABI group.
Two new tourism resorts are planned in Egypt’s Marsa Alam region, at an estimated base cost of $103 million, according to the Saudi companies involved in the project.
The Egyptian Civil Aviation Holding Company has recently decided to carry out expansion and development works at the Luxor International Airport.
The Egyptian Delta Bank recently commenced talks with four international financial associations regarding the acquisition of a $65 million loan package.
Head of the Cairo and Alexandria bourses, Sameh Turgaman, asserted that wages of bourse employees are based on official labor rules and regulation lists.
June 4, 2001
25 Palestinians were injured, two seriously, Monday when Israeli troops shelled areas at the southern Gaza Strip on the border with Egypt.
The Arab Thought Institution (ATI) was officially launched in Cairo Sunday, as an initiative by Saudi Prince Khalid al Faisal.