June 7, 2001
The Egyptian Ministry of Interior has begun deploying 3,000 soldiers, 75 officers, and 35 armored vehicles in the area around the Israeli ambassador’s
An unpopular new sales tax and an accompanying strike by shop owners have cast a pall over the ruling National Democratic Party of Egypt, and observer
Israel Radio reported Thursday that a Palestinian-Israeli security meeting with CIA chief George Tenet is to take place on Friday in Cairo.
An advisor to the Iranian president, Attallah Muhajirani, said that both reformist and conservative parties in his country were not against resuming r
Egypt's ambassador to Ireland has asked authorities in Cairo to treat Irish beef imports as a special case, following Tuesday's announcement that the
Egyptian Prosecutor General Maher Abdel Wahhab has agreed to refer the former minister of finance and nine senior Customs Department officials to the
Egyptian soccer pros Mohammad Amara and Yasser Radwan decided to stay with the German Hansa Rostock after negotiations between the club and Egypt’s Ah
The two teams to compete in Egypt’s soccer cup final will be decided after Ghazal Mahilla meets Maaden and Ahli plays against Kanaa Thursday.
Egypt’s handball league is mulling withdrawal from Mediterranean games, after the local Olympic Committee said that the team must win one of the four
Egypt’s Omar Barlasy and Karim Darwish were eliminated from the British Squash Open as they lost respectively before Chris Walker, England and Ong Hee
Egyptian diplomatic sources denied on Wednesday Israeli press reports that Egypt had accepted the appointment of Ghideon Ben Ami as Israel's new ambas
CIA chief George Tenet, on a "crucial" mission to shore up the threatened Middle East ceasefire, was preparing Thursday for separate meetings with Isr
Lebanese singer Najwa Karam has rejected an offer by an Egyptian director to star in the film Nasmat Hawa (Air Breeze).
Not everyone is happy with how the names of the stars of the new Egyptian film Itfarag Ya Salam (Wow, Look!) are arranged on the film's billboards and credits.
Egyptian artist Samir Sabri has convinced the Art Voice Company to produce a television series based on the life history of the late actor Anwar Wajdi.