May 15, 2001
Egypt has obtained components for guidance systems from German companies in a renewed effort to complete a medium-range ballistic missile, reported th
Morocco will offer to host the 2010 World Cup soccer finals, marking the North African country’s fourth such bid.
Egypt’s former ambassador to Washington, Ahmad Maher, has been appointed as the new foreign minister in Egypt to succeed Amr Moussa.
Israel has formally endorsed Washington's selection of career diplomat Daniel Kurtzer as the next ambassador to Israel, clearing the way for a formal
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat’s visit to Egypt on Tuesday is aimed at “avoiding being in the Palestinian territories when the violence escalates
The US has suggested changes to the Egyptian-Jordanian peace initiative, but Jordan thinks the changes are unnecessary, Jordanian Prime Minister Ali A
Israeli army and security forces are on high alert Tuesday following Israeli warnings of “Palestinian intentions to carry out terror attacks” to mark
A row has erupted between Mohammed Munir and the Nobi singer Ahmed Salam over the 28-year-old song “Kol Ein Teashaq Hilaiwah” composed by poet Ahmed Fuad Najm in 1973
Egyptian director Mohammed Abdel Aziz will start shooting the TV series “Wa Tahat Baad Al Omr Attawil” (And She Was Lost in Old Age) in the next few days in Alexandria
Superstar Sarihan is poised to try on the role of Evita Peron, the Argentinean legend most famously played by Madonna.
A spirit of détente appears to be permeating the long desert border that separates Egypt and Libya. To no small degree, it is related to Libya’s slow but significant rehabilitation in the eyes of the
On Sunday, May 13, the median overnight interbank rate on the Egyptian pound rose to 11-1/4 percent from 3-1/2 percent on the previous Thursday.
On Sunday, May 13, the market moved upwards at the beginning of the session, indicating a strong rally. Most blue chips closed the day in positive territory. Surprisingly Helwan Cement (HELW.CA) sur
Egypt is currently conducting negotiations with the African Development Bank in an effort to acquire a $400 million loan package on favorable terms, reports <I>Al-Hayat</I> daily.
The Egyptian government has recently decided to consider offering new incentives to investors willing to purchase failing public sector companies.