December 11, 2000
Egypt\'s banned Muslim Brotherhood movement called Sunday for a boycott of the United States and Israel and the development of weapons of mass destruction to fight those who already have them.
The Egyptian-Sudanese Business Council, which was established in Khartoum last week by the two countries’ foreign affairs ministers, will soon meet in Cairo.
December 10, 2000
The American University in Cairo (AUC) has expelled a Muslim female student because she wore the niqab (a full veil that covers the face), Iran\'s off
Orbit Satellite Network’s 6th Music Festival will host a colorful array of the Arab world’s best singers. The 4-day event will also honor its best.
Egypt has recently signed a contract with a Canadian company to prepare the feasibility study for the Alexandria Metro Project.
Egypt has begun modernizing its Mediterranean port at Alexandria with a series of projects costing around $250 million to attract tourists and increase capacity, the transport minister said Saturday.
The Secretary General of the Arab Engineers Association revealed that the number of the available engineers in the Arab World presently amounts to 600,000, of which 250,000 are Egyptians.
British retailer Sainsbury's, which opened its first supermarkets in Egypt last January, has decided to pull out of the Egyptian market and sell its shares to an Egyptian investor, the state-owned dai
December 9, 2000
Mahmoud Abdul Aziz brings reality into the acting world. He chose a mentally challenged young man to play exactly that!
This year’s Ramadan includes a hectic schedule for Egyptian megastar Nour El Sharif.
Respected Egyptian actor Izzat Aleily is demanding that his series be placed on prime time…
December 8, 2000
Libya released 26 Egyptian fishermen, who had been detained for more than a month after their boats had strayed into Libyan waters.
Taiwan and Egypt will exchange ambassadors this year in the first diplomatic breakthrough since the two countries severed official ties 44 years ago.
December 7, 2000
A US national who tried to leave Egypt with the sandstone head of an ancient Egyptian pharoah Wednesday night was ordered not to travel abroad pending
On Tuesday the market stabilized with many sectors ending mixed. Telecoms were led by MobiNiL, which edged up 1.15 percent to LE79.44 while Orascom Telecom –OT dipped 0.57 percent to close at LE59.42.