May 21, 2001
Egyptian Health Minister Ismail Salam on Sunday gave in to the country’s Physiotherapy Treatment Association, which has been demanding the establishme
US Secretary of State Colin Powell is planning to present an American proposal to help bring the Israeli-Palestinian conflict under control, senior ad
The education ministries of Syria and Egypt have agreed to set up a center for open learning and tele-learning.
President Hosni Mubarak's interest in the communications and IT sector is mainly designed to turn Egypt into a technology-exporting country, said Mini
The film “Lee Lee” directed by Marwan Hamed has won the golden Bonzai award for the best narrative film at the International Al Ayyam Festival for short films
The Egyptian artist Fifi Abdo is currently rehearsing for her play “Idlla’i Ya Dousah” costarring Maged Al Masri, Mohammed Nagati, and young actress Mennatallah Shalabi
The Egyptian Festivals Committee has chosen formerly feuding singers Hani Shaker and Ehab Tawfiq to represent the nation at the upcoming international Carthage Festival
Egyptian star Yahya Al Fakhrani is gearing up to shoot his new film Al Pico 2001, written by Fathi Salameh, directed by Hasan Ibrahim and costarring Hussein Al Shirbini,
In cooperation with the Egyptian-British Chamber of Commerce, the Egyptian Businessmen’s Association is organizing an Egypt-UK round table in Cairo on May 20.
Technology education projects are to be launched in 22 Egyptian cities, in association with 700 factories throughout the country.
The Credit Suisse Private Banking Group has decided to provide financial and investment services to customers in Egypt, in association with the New York based International Concord Investments Corpora
Local security sources revealed that EP 628 million were spent on the purchase of illegal drugs during the year 2000, reflecting an EP 30-million decrease compared with the 1988 figures.
May 20, 2001
The Cairo-based Land Center for Human Rights (LCHR) has released a report blasting the Egyptian government’s social and economic policies.
Egypt's military is preparing for a major exercise meant to test its ground-based offensive capabilities.
Egypt’s two mobile companies, MobiNil and Click, are stepping up their criticism of Egypt Telecom for its plan to establish a third mobile company, ac