Egypt

June 6, 2001

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Egypt formally consented on Tuesday to accept newly appointed Israeli ambassador Gideon Ben-Ami.

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In a few days, actress Hala Sudki will begin shooting the new film Wa Hanat Sa’at Al Intiqam (The Hour of Revenge Has Come), about a female French language teacher

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Adel Imam, Said Saleh and Yunes Shalabi who achieved great success in the play Madrasat Almushaghibeen, their paths will cross again this year in the film Ameer Althalam

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After a five-year break from television, Egyptian actress Laila Ulwi is preparing to costar in a television series based on the writings of Nobel Prize-winning writer Najeeb Mahfouze.

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Cairo’s bourse continues its downward trend with trading volumes remaining low, mainly due to the turbulent regional politics, the general feeling of a deep recession and the continuous instability in

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An Athens Chamber of Commerce and Industry delegation is presently in Cairo to discuss joint projects in the sectors of raw building materials, textiles, food products and chemicals.

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Egyptian Minister of Transportation has instructed the National Railways Authority to execute maintenance operations for all local rail networks.

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A recent article in the <I>Washington Post</I> sent a chill though the headquarters of the Israeli Electric Corporation. Referring to a natural gas pipeline, which when complete would stretch from Egy

June 5, 2001

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Jordan and Egypt on Tuesday urged Israel to end its “savage” aggression against the Palestinians, and to return to the negotiation table on the basis

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Egypt’s Higher Council for Antiquities has confirmed that it is fully aware of the sub-surface water problem that threatens Karnak Temple and other at

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Egyptian authorities have banned youngsters under 18 from frequenting coffee shops in Cairo in a bid to stop them from smoking water pipes, which are

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By Jon Pattee Senior English Editor Albawaba.com - Amman  The Arab World’s long-running war over translating Arabic texts into Hebrew has flared up ag

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Egypt will build a hospital in Sudan and provide existing hospitals with medical equipment.

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Tourism revenue in Egypt rose to $4.3 billion in 2000, and has grown by an average of approximately 12.5 percent annually since 1993, says a top offic

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Israelis and Palestinians will resume "very soon" their security talks in a bid to restore calm to the Middle East, Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Ma