June 20, 2004
A bus carrying North African passengers collided head-on with a truck Sunday while heading from Cairo to southern Egypt, killing the bus driver and ni
A "terror" leader who allied himself with Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden has been killed in a military sweep, Algerian newspapers said Sunday.
Iraqi kidnappers on Saturday released the last of five Lebanese hostages taken captive in that country, a Foreign Ministry official said.
Egyptian belly dancer Fifi Abdo has taken on the responsibility of transforming the life story of one of Egypt’s legendary belly dancing idols Tahiya Carioca into a film, which she will produce and st
Egypt and Sudan have agreed to set up an Egyptian-Sudanese company to develop the Nile River navigation course, said Egypt's Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation Dr. Mahmoud Abu Zeid. He noted
Oil flowing was resumed in southern Iraq Sunday after repairs were completed on a pipeline attacked by Iraqis, an oil company official said.
June 19, 2004
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak will appoint a vice president before leaving for Germany on Sunday to have an operation for a slipped disc, <i>Al-Jaz
Three British parliamentarians came under Israeli gunfire during a visit to Rafah in southern Gaza, but nobody was hurt, a British official said on S
The never ending saga of Egyptian singer Ruby and the Egyptian Musician Syndicate, which has lasted for months, has finally come to an end with a simple payment of 60 thousands EYP as fees to become a
June 17, 2004
The Hungarian contingent in Iraq lost its first soldier in an explosion south of Baghdad, Defence Minister Ferenc Juhasz said.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak called off a scheduled meeting with Palestinian prime minister Ahmed Qurei, according to Palestinian sources.
The chief of the International Atomic Energy Agency on Thursday admitted wrongly accusing Iran of withholding information from a probe of its nuclear
June 16, 2004
Egyptian actress Hana Shiha has announced that she has pulled out of the upcoming television drama series "Al Ra'ees" (The President), due to the fact that she had been mistreated by the director and
Tunisian singer Latifa has lit the flame for the Athena's Olympics in Cairo representing her country Tunisia and all the Northern Arab African Countries