May 13, 2001
The Egyptian Minister of Public Enterprise has recently stated that, to date, 50 percent of Egypt’s 314 public companies have been privatized.
May 12, 2001
Syrian President Bashar Al Assad, who arrived in Oman on Saturday, will discuss the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian clashes with Egypt's President Hosni M
Middle Eastern Arab countries moved toward launching a major regional transport network at a ministerial session in Beirut calling for more coordinati
Egypt's state-owned Telecom Egypt has picked an inopportune time to seek a strategic investor, with global telecom operators slowing down expansion in
Egypt plans to increase joint military exercises with Arab and Western countries.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has sent US President George W. Bush a message on the "deteriorating situation in the Middle East."
Syrian President Bashar Assad will visit Egypt “in the coming days” for talks with his Egyptian counterpart Hosni Mubarak on the latest situation in t
The Special Olympics, an international athletic competition for the disabled, has chosen Egypt for its Middle East and North Africa (MENA) headquarter
The Arab League’s Higher Committee will meet in Cairo at the end of May to discuss the joint Egyptian-Jordanian peace initiative aimed at quelling the
Egyptian singer Hakim is feeling the sting of his colleague Mohamed Al Helou. Helou criticized Hakim of being ignorant of the importance of English vocalist Sting
The United Nations plans to host a screening of the Egyptian film "Sadat Days," which examines the life of the assassinated Egyptian president.
Egyptian actresses Nadia Al Jundi and Elham Shahin have agreed to heat up the silver screen in “Al Raghbah”, based on the American play “A Streetcar Named Desire”
In a coup for Egyptian director Mohammed Fadhel, singer Mohammed Fuad has agreed to costar in the TV series “Amira from Abdeen” which is written by Osama Anwar Ukashah
Music videos from industry legends and rising stars in 18 Arab countries will hit the screen at the second Oscar Video Festival, which will be held in Alexandria
May 11, 2001
Twenty-three aspiring Egyptian press firms have filed applications to set up shop following a Higher Constitutional Court ruling on Sunday that opened