June 18, 2001
Six Egyptian policemen were hurt in clashes on Sunday with thousands of Christians protesting against a graphic news story of a monk's alleged sexual
A police officer shot dead a young man during a confrontation that erupted when the officer intervened to break up a street fight in Al Agouza neighbo
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher begins Thursday a four-day official visit to Washington, his first trip to the United States since taking his po
Egyptian actor Ashraf Abdel Baqi has convinced the Lebanese singer Assi Al Hillani to costar in his new film Joz Eyoun (Two Eyes), directed by Said Hamed,
Renowned actress Ilham Shahin is gearing up to shoot the outdoor scenes of her new film Habibi Al Miliardeir (My Billionaire Lover), which will be shot in Paris
Egyptian singer Angham has abruptly backed out of her first film, Sahar Allayali and apologized to director Hani Khalifa, seven months after signing the film contract
Alexandrian native Mahmoud Abdel Aziz is homeward bound to review the script of the movie Malek Walla Kitabah (King or Writing) before signing a contract for a starring role
A joint Egyptian-Sudanese marketing company will soon be set up in order to increase trade between the two countries.
The value of the Egyptian computer programming industry is estimated at no more than $50 million yearly, compared with $30 billion in China.
As many as 120 new joint stock companies and limited liability companies were established in Egypt in May 2001, according to official figures.
As of June 6, the Central Nile Water Distribution Authority will allocate 16 million cubic meters of water for irrigation purposes to farms along the river.
An official Iraqi newspaper urged neighboring states on Sunday, June 17, to stand firm against British and US efforts to impose "smart" sanctions on Baghdad, warning that their interests were also at
The Egyptian Undersecretary of Foreign Commerce and Economy, Fuad Attah, revealed that 120 new joint stock companies and limited liability companies were established in Egypt in May 2001.
June 17, 2001
The Egyptian Parliament’s Saturday session witnessed an uprising against imported car headrests containing magnetic parts, which some lawmakers allege
McDonald's is now serving the traditional falafel in its Egypt's branches.