October 21, 2000
<b>Date:</b> Oct 15 - Oct 19, 2000 <b>Location:</b> Ramses Hilton, Cairo, Egypt <b>Specifics:</b> For all supervisors, team leaders or newly appointed managers who wish to obtain powerful skills
October 20, 2000
Egypt has again delayed plans to offer shares in its national telecommunications firm, Telecom Egypt, on local and world markets.
<b>Date:</b> Oct 15 - Oct 17, 2000 <b>Location:</b> Conrad International, Cairo, Egypt <b>Specifics:</b> Provides IT/Development/Project Managers a model framework for adapting project managemen
October 19, 2000
Two Egyptian ministers held on to their parliamentary seats, according to preliminary results from the first round of legislative elections.
Arab foreign ministers met in Cairo Thursday to prepare the first summit of their leaders in four years, called to forge a strong Arab rank behind the
The Egyptian authorities have reported a big turnout in the first stage of parliamentary elections, adding that the voting was peaceful, compared with
Miami have decided that this is not the right time to release their latest work.
Kathem El Saher is adapting to a change of style with legendary poet, Abdul Rahman AL Abnoudi. However, the singer aspires to one poem that he cannot seem to get his hands on.
Hani Shaker is going strong with his latest song. He has donated all the proceeds from the song to the Palestinian cause.
Faten Hamama was so moved by what she has seen on television, she has decided to use live footage from the ongoing ‘Al Aqsa Intifada.’
Egypt’s most prominent actors are demanding that all Arab countries severe all artistic connections with the US.
October 18, 2000
A month of Egyptian legislative elections got underway Wednesday with Islamist and independent candidates complaining of foul play by candidates and s
An Egyptian Islamic militant called on his country's army to kill US President Bill Clinton and Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak on their next visits
A month of Egyptian legislative elections gets underway Wednesday, but without the participation of what political observers call the country's larges