Egyptian Aak 2016/2017 ( Dec 26- January 1)


Top Headlines

  • Egypt’s government approves deal to hand two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia
  • An Egyptian appeal court backs government in Red Sea islands dispute
  • Prominent journalist Ibrahim Eissa terminates TV show after threats, legal complaints
  • Egypt’s army destroys 1,700 meter smuggling tunnel in Rafah
  • Egyptian Defence Ministry appoints new army spokesperson
  • Egyptian army renovates bombed Cairo church ahead of Coptic Christmas

Main Headlines

Monday

Tuesday 

 Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

  • Egypt’s government approves deal to hand two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia
  • Egypt to hand over Egypt Air MS804 victims’ remains next week
  • Egypt’s central bank leaves key interest rates unchanged

Saturday

Sunday

Good Reports

  • US report: Egypt topped developing countries in arms imports in 2015. Mada Masr
  • In the year of the economy, Egyptians kept their eyes on the dollar. Heba Afify
  • Egypt’s child custody laws: How to reform? Mai Shams El-Din

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Finally, here are Jayson Casper’s prayers for Egypt

 

Happy 2017 to all my readers. Thank you for following my blog 

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Doctor, blogger and Commentator on Middle East issues
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One Response to Egyptian Aak 2016/2017 ( Dec 26- January 1)

  1. nedhamson says:

    Reblogged this on Ned Hamson's Second Line View of the News and commented:
    ugh – Prominent journalist Ibrahim Eissa terminates TV show after threats, legal complaints

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