We are looking for sales & marketing representatives in different countries. Apply now!
Egypt releases 13 Islamists
Egyptian security sources said Egypt plans to release some 13 officials from the banned "Islamic Brotherhood" group, after they spent three years in prison. They were convicted before a military court of taking part in a banned group planning to topple the regime and establish an extremist Islamic state.
Egypt, Judicial, 7/18/1998
Mubarak accepts Mandela's invitation to visit South Africa
The Egyptian ambassador in South Africa, Moshira Khatab, said that President Mubarak has accepted the invitation of South African President Nelson Mandela to visit South Africa, saying that the expected visit -- which be specified through the diplomatic channels -- will be an expression and embodiment of the developing relations between Egypt and South Africa.
Egypt-South Africa, Politics, 7/18/1998
Moussa reports to Mubrak on Washington talks
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak met yesterday with Foreign Minister Amr Moussa upon Moussa's return yesterday from a 10-day visit to U.S.
Egypt, Politics, 7/18/1998
Egyptian, Libyan officials meet
Egypt-Libya, Politics, 7/18/1998
Egypt approves cease-fire in south Sudan.
Egypt-Sudan, Politics, 7/18/1998
Drop in trade between Egypt and Israel
The Israeli Central Bureau for Statistics announced yesterday a large drop in trade between Egypt and Israel during the current year.
Egypt-Israel, Economics, 7/17/1998
Offers presented by four foreign companies to manage Egyptian customs
Mohieddin El-Gharib, the Egyptian minister of finance, announced before the assembly of the investors for 10th of Ramadan City that the Cabinet will receive offers presented by four foreign companies from the private sector to manage Egyptian customs within the coming 10 day so one of these companies or more than one can be chosen to perform this task.
Egypt, Economics, 7/17/1998
Egypt - U.S. discuss subsidy program, Strategic Dialogue established
US - Egyptian discussions on the future of the US subsidies program began today on the basis of converting economic relations into a trade driven relations rather than being based on subsidies that account for $2.1 billion.
Egypt-USA, Economics, 7/16/1998
Alexandria's San Stefano hotel sold to Prince Al-Walid group
An Arab - Egyptian group secured a deal to buy the property of San Stefano Hotel in Alexandria at a cost of 270 million pounds ($79.6 million).
Egypt, Business, 7/16/1998
Egypt: three killed in clashes with Islamists
Two Islamists and one Egyptian policeman were killed on Tuesday in Upper Egypt. Another policeman and one civilian were wounded in a separate incident elsewhere.
Egypt, Local, 7/16/1998
Fahd, Mubarak talk by phone
Egypt-Saudi Arabia, Politics, 7/16/1998
Mubarak warns against demographic changes in Jerusalem
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has stressed the need for honoring UN Security Council resolutions relating to occupied Jerusalem and the occupied Arab territories.
Egypt, Politics, 7/15/1998
Egypt threatens to halt efforts in Somalia
Tripoli has briefed Cairo on the outcome of the talks the Libyan leadership held during the past week with Somali leaders Ali Mahdi, Hussien Mohammed Aideed and Othman Atto to urge them to implement the Cairo Declaration for reconciliation.
Egypt-Somalia, Politics, 7/15/1998
Egypt's ambassador in Israel: peace process deadlock negatively affects bilateral relations
Egypt's ambassador in Israel: I have nothing to do with the dancer
Egypt's ambassador in Israel, Mohammed Bassiouni refused what he called the blackmail attempt made by the Israeli dancer.
Egypt, Politics, 7/14/1998
Moussa urges US to reconsider Middle East peace efforts
Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa spoke on Monday before the Strategic and International Studies Center in Washington. He called upon the US administration to break the stalemate in Palestinian-Israeli peace negotiations. He also called for holding Israel responsible for the consequences of the Middle East peace process which has been deadlocked for more 16 months.
Egypt-Regional, Politics, 7/14/1998
Egypt and South Africa discuss arranging Non-Aligned Movement summit
Ambassador Sayed Abu Zied, Egypt's assistant foreign minister for Arab affairs and the Middle East, received today South Africa Foreign Minister Aziz Bahad and his escorting delegation, currently visiting Cairo.
Egypt-South Africa, Politics, 7/14/1998
Mubarak: Peace alternatives are dangerous
Egypt-Regional, Politics, 7/14/1998
Egypt expels Israeli diplomat under spying charges
The Israeli daily Maariv said on Monday that the Egyptian authorities have expelled an Israeli diplomat under charges of spying against Egypt in favor of Israel. The paper did not report the name of the diplomat nor his position or his task.
Egypt-Israel, Politics, 7/14/1998
Moussa says US call for direct Palestinian-Israeli dialogue is futile
Egypt's Foreign Minister Amr Moussa has stated that the US call to maintain direct dialogue between the Palestinians and Israelis will be futile unless the Israeli government changes its intransigent stances.
Egypt-Palestine, Politics, 7/13/1998
Egyptian Islamic group members arrested
The State higher security prosecution in Egypt decided yesterday to extend the arrest for 15 days of 14 persons suspected of being members of the Islamic Group and planning to launch terrorist operations against officials and policemen.
Egypt, Judicial, 7/13/1998
Saudi economic examines progress on Egyptian projects
A Saudi economic delegation headed by Mohammad Bin Abdallah al-Soukair, the general manager of the Saudi fund for development and investment, observed progress on the implementation of Egyptian projects financed by a Saudi donation of $500 million.
Egypt-Saudi Arabia, Business, 7/13/1998
Hariri confers with Egyptian ambassador
Lebanon-Egypt, Politics, 7/13/1998
Last Week's Articles
| Advertise on ArabicNews.com. MyFlowers.com sold more than $2700 of flowers in one month advertising on ArabicNews.com! Make your company, and products a success. Special rate for new and small business. Inquire!Advertising Info