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NCHR: Freedom of press needed for political reform
The National Council for Human Rights NCHR said that the freedom of press in Egypt is a necessity for achieving progress in the human rights domain.
Egypt, Politics, 8/6/2005
Mubarak briefed on African Union summit
Abul Gheit pointed out that the ten heads of state were chosen to promote the African stance during the millennium summit that will be held in September at the UN
Regional-Egypt, Politics, 8/6/2005
Gov't bans pesticides violating international standards
Egypt's Minister of Agriculture Ahmed el-Leithy has decided to only allow the production of pesticides that meet international standards.
Egypt, Environment, 8/6/2005
Grace period extended for Sharm investors
Egyptian Public banks including Banque Misr, National Bank of Egypt and Bank of Alexandria decided yesterday to extend grace period of one year for loans granted to Sharm el-Sheikh investors starting July 1, 2005 till June 30, 2006.
Egypt, Economics, 8/5/2005
Culture minister opens cultural projects in Damietta
Egypt's Minister of Culture Farouq Hosni opened on Thursday a number of Cultural projects in Damietta under the auspices of the First Lady, Suzanne Mubarak.
Egypt, Local, 8/5/2005
Top ranking Egyptian delegation to take part in Garang's funeral
Egypt-Sudan, Politics, 8/5/2005
Interior minister receives US congress delegation
Egypt-USA, Politics, 8/5/2005
Five new candidates apply for presidential elections
Five new presidential hopefuls Wednesday registered with the presidential elections commission to stand in the Egypt's first multi-candidate presidential election.
Egypt, Politics, 8/4/2005
Mrs Mubarak: Damietta first illiteracy-free governorate
Egypt's First Lady Suzanne Mubarak will announce Thursday that Damietta is the first governorate free of illiterate citizens.
Egypt, Education, 8/4/2005
Egyptian security trains Palestinian security forces
A delegation of Egyptian officers arrived in the Gaza Strip Wednesday via Rafah crossing to follow up the training of Palestinian security forces formed by the Palestinian Authority to maintain law and order in the areas to be evacuated by the Israeli forces in mid-August.
Egypt-Palestine, Politics, 8/4/2005
Sharaf: No privatization of Egyptian ports
Sharaf said port assets will remain in state possession, while operation and services may be privatized yet under state supervision.
Egypt, Economics, 8/4/2005
Tourist influx back to normal Italian ambassador
Egypt-Italy, Economics, 8/4/2005
22 Egyptians die due to torture in detention
The Egyptian Human Rights Organization, in its annual report on the status of human rights in the country, said that death of these persons is an indication that the phenomenon of torture is widespread, and is an indicator of the deteriorated health and living conditions inside jails.
Egypt, Politics, 8/3/2005
First Egyptian female presidential hopeful
Ashgan Ahmed al-Bukhari, an Egyptian lawyer, received her application forms Monday for the coming presidential election due on September 7. She is the first woman to apply for the top post. She is married with three children.
Egypt, Politics, 8/3/2005
Al-Ahram: Al-Wafd leader rejects international observers for presidential elections
Opposition Al Wafd party leader in Egypt, Noaman Gomaa, rejected any international monitoring on the presidential elections due to be held in September.
Egypt, Politics, 8/3/2005
Egyptian security team in Gaza as Israel's withdrawal nears
A well-informed source told Al-Ahram that the issue of the link between the West Bank, Gaza, Port, airport and Rafah checkpoint was not settled so far as concentration is focused on the withdrawal from Gaza.
Egypt-Palestine, Politics, 8/3/2005
Egyptian humanitarian aid arrives in Ethiopia
Ethiopia took delivery Tuesday of a shipment of humanitarian aid from Egypt for drought-affected people in some parts of the northeast African country.
Egypt-Ethiopia, Politics, 8/3/2005
Egypt, India trade reaches $830 million
Indian ambassador in Cairo Rajindar announced that the volume of bilateral trade between Egypt and India was valued at $ 830 million during the period April 2005-March 2005.
Egypt-India, Economics, 8/3/2005
Dramatic rise in the number of tourists visiting Egypt
A recent study conducted by the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics showed that the number of tourists who visited Egypt in the last four years stood at 24 million.
Egypt, Economics, 8/3/2005
Abul-Gheit takes part in extraordinary African summit
Regional-Egypt, Politics, 8/3/2005
Tag Eddin: Egypt, Djibouti to cooperate in health pharmaceuticals domains
Egypt-Djibouti, Economics, 8/3/2005
Egyptian-Turkish Business Council to convene upcoming session in Sharm
Egypt-Turkey, Local, 8/3/2005
Egypt mourns Garang
Sudan-Egypt, Politics, 8/2/2005
US concerned by Egypt's treatment of the opposition
Egypt-USA, Politics, 8/2/2005
Wafd party leader to run in coming presidential elections
The opposition al-Wafd Party leader Noman Gomaa said Monday that he will run in the coming presidential elections due on September 7.
Egypt, Politics, 8/2/2005
Sharm bombings suspect killed in fire exchange
An official source in Egypt's Ministry of Interior stated today that in the course of investigations of the latest terrorist incidents, conclusive evidence was discovered that pointed to the fact that elements involved in these attacks were hiding out in a quarry at Mt. Attaka, 28 kilometers off the Cairo-Suez highway.
Egypt, Local, 8/2/2005
Differences between Cairo and Algeria over Arab summit
The secretary general of the Arab league (AL) Amr Moussa admitted that there are differences between Egypt and Algeria over the urgent Arab summit due to be held on Wednesday in Sharm el-Sheikh.
Egypt-Algeria, Politics, 8/1/2005
CNN: Nazif: Too early to link Sharm,Taba blasts to Al Qaeda
Egypt's Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif said on Sunday it was too early to say that the recent terrorist attacks in Sharm El- Sheikh were the work of Al Qaeda network.
Egypt, Local, 8/1/2005
Gulf investments in Egypt on the rise
The investments of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states in Egypt have increased remarkably, representing 66 percent of total Arab investments in Egypt, a study made by the Gulf Centre for Strategic Studies revealed.
Egypt-Gulf, Economics, 8/1/2005
BBC: Youssef Boutros Ghali pledges more reform to counter terror
Egypt, Politics, 8/1/2005
Glass industry looking for investors
Glass industry is one of the oldest industries in Egypt represented among several ancient Egyptian antiquities, mosques and churches glass designs. However, a question is raised among the experts in this field on means of upgrading Egypt's glass industry.
Egypt, Business, 8/1/2005
Mubarak receives Saudi FM
Egypt-Saudi Arabia, Politics, 8/1/2005
SCA launches Children's competition
The Supreme Council of Antiquities (SCA) is currently running a competition for children in the governorates of Cairo, Alexandria, Ismailiya, Beni Suef, Luxor and Aswan.
Egypt, Local, 8/1/2005
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