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Egypt's ruling party plan to invigorate itself by call for greater democracy
"We call upon all to engage in political life. All are invited to present their views within a free and democratic framework," Sherif said.
Egypt, Politics, 9/21/2002
Arafat appeals to Arab leaders; Mubarak says Israeli escalation encourages desperation
Palestinian authority chairman Yasser Arafat made telephone calls from his besieged headquarters in Ramullah with several Arab leaders during which he urged them to move to halt Israel's aggression and crimes.
Palestine-Egypt, Politics, 9/21/2002
EC to offer 104 million euros for improving technical, higher education
"The European Commission approved a financial package of 104 million euros within the 2002/2003 plan to improve trade and technical and higher education in Egypt," the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Fayza Abul Naga, said.
Egypt-European Union, Education, 9/21/2002
Washington expelled 250 Egyptians since October 11 incidents
A naval source at Cairo's airport said on Wednesday that statistics confirmed that the US has expelled 250 Egyptians since the September 11, 2001 attacks against the US because of their violations of the immigration laws.
Egypt-USA, Local, 9/20/2002
Exports to Turkey rise 41 percent
"Exports to Turkey in January-June 2002 were worth $61.7 million, a 41 per cent increase on the $43,8million during the same period last year," an official Egyptian report said.
Egypt-Turkey, Economics, 9/19/2002
Mrs Mubarak calls for continued activities of reading for all festival
Egypt, Education, 9/19/2002
New credit facilities to boost Egypt's exports
Chairman of the Export Development Bank of Egypt (EDBE) Mahmoud Mohammed Mahmoud that the Bank decided to offer new credit facilities at an interest rate of 3 percent less than the current rate in the market ranging between 10-13 percent with a view to encourage Egyptian exporters to augment their exports and tap new markets.
Egypt, Economics, 9/19/2002
School of archaeology to open next month
The first international school offering training courses in archaeology is opening next month, announced Mohamed Abdul Maqsoud, director of Lower Egypt and Sinai Antiquities.
Egypt, Education, 9/19/2002
Mubarak: Democracy requires democratic institutions
Egypt, Politics, 9/18/2002
IFC direct finance of the Egyptian private sector
The International Finance Corporation (IFC) has allocated more than L.E. one billion for financing the private sector ventures in Egypt during the coming year, according to IFC Director Samy Haddad.
Egypt, Economics, 9/18/2002
Three Egyptian sailors arrested for throwing Moroccans out of boat
Three Egyptian sailors, member of a Georgian-registered ship, were arrested last week end in eastern Spain for charges of throwing two Moroccan illegal passengers in the sea.
Morocco-Egypt, Local, 9/18/2002
Suez Canal ready for competition
Head of the Suez Canal Authority (SCA) Ahmed Fadil explained that the Israeli proposed project of digging a canal linking the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea through the Dead Sea is unfeasible.
Egypt, Economics, 9/17/2002
Mubarak visits Syria, Saudi Arabia and Jordan, seeking to convince Iraq to accept UN inspectors
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak intends this week to tour several Arab states in order to get their support in the attempt to convince Iraq to agree on the return back of the UN inspectors to dismantling weapons. This is, however,is the "first step" the Arab foreign minister had urged Baghdad to make during their meeting in New York on Saturday.
Egypt-Regional, Politics, 9/16/2002
Cairo ruling party reelects Mubarak as a President
The ruling Democratic National Party in Egypt on Sunday started its 8th conference, the first since 1992, amid the decrease in the expectations of alienating the "old guard," with and rising of popularity of Jamal Hosni Mubarak ( son of President Mubarak).
Egypt, Politics, 9/16/2002
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