May 10, 2001
Egypt’s prosecutor general plans to refer 15 Egyptians to the state’s Higher Security Court on charges of embezzling and otherwise misusing 68.5 milli
Jordan expressed displeasure on Wednesday with Israel's reaction to a Jordanian-Egyptian initiative to end the escalating situation in the Palestinian
The French University in Egypt is scheduled to open next October.
Israeli Cabinet Minister Dan Naveh was scheduled to travel to Cairo on Thursday to meet with Egyptian officials to explain his government’s position r
Egypt's permanent delegate to the UN, Ahmed Abul Gheit, has said that Africa has the right to two permanent seats on the UN Security Council.
Atef Salem has managed to finish directing his new film “Fares Dhahr Al Khail” (Horseback Knight) despite a crushing illness that forced him to use a wheelchair
Syrian drama director Mohammed Fardos Atasi is embarking on his first joint Syrian-Egyptian TV drama. The script is hammered out by Egyptian writer Samir Al Jamal.
The chairman of Egyptian TV’s Economic Department, Medhat Zaki, has agreed to allocate 4 million pounds for the production of the series “Rajol Fi Zaman Alawlamah”
Egyptian workers employed outside their homeland will soon be afforded insurance, according to a plan announced last week by Egyptian Prime Minister Atef Obeid.
The joint Egyptian-Moroccan Committee will convene May 10 in Rabat under the supervision of both states’ ministers of economy to discuss further cooperation between the two countries, which has grown
Egyptian economists have been voicing criticism over the government’s contracting strategies and policies for handling the present economic recession in local markets.
Egyptian Public Business Sector Minister stated that the Egyptian government has no intention of privatizing either the Suez Canal Authority, universities or railways, due to concern for repercussions
Egyptian Prime Minister Atef Ebeid is in Tripoli, Libya, this week to discuss future trade initiatives between the two countries.
Egyptian minister of transportation, Ibrahim Al-Dameiry, stated recently that the Arab Eastern African Countries are expected to sign a joint land transportation agreement in the near future.
The Egyptian Chief Statistics Bureau estimated the number of Egyptian expatriate workers living abroad to be 1,900,000, with 923,600 of those residing in Saudi Arabia.