This week in Egypt: Week 24-2018 ( June 11-17)

Top Headlines

  • Egypt replaces Minsters of Interior and Defence in a surprise move
  • Fuel, cooking gas prices, and public transport surge In Egypt
  • Sisi calls on Egyptians to endure challenges on back of fresh subsidy cuts 
  • Suez canal reports record high $5.585 billion annual revenue
  • Brave Egypt concede late goal to lose to Uruguay in World Cup opener
  • Poll: Egypt is safer than US and UK

Egypt's New Defense Minister

Egypt’s New Defense Minister Lt. Gen. Mohamed Ahmed Zaki,

Main Headlines



  • Egypt’s minister of electricity announces rateshikes in electricity billsfor fiscal year 2018/2019
  • Sisi calls on Egyptians to endure challengeson back of fresh subsidy cuts
  • Sisi says Egypt will continue its efforts to halt deteriorating situation in Syria
  • Censorship Boardrevokes decision to ban film hours after announcing it
  • Thanaweya Amma English exam leaker is identifiedby student’s digital bar code: Egypt’s education ministry


  • U.S. Homeland Security Secretary inspects Israel’s border with Egypt for Mexico wall ideas
  • An Egyptian court says it has no jurisdiction to shut down BBC’s Cairo officeover controversial report
  • Mohamed Salah joins the Egyptian team training session
  • Archaeologists unearth 3,500-year-old rock art depicting bulls, donkeys and sheep in Egypt





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