This Week in Egypt: Week 26-2018 ( June 25-July 1)

Top Headlines

  • Egypt’s President Al-Sisi appoints Abbas Kamel as the country’s new chief of General Intelligence Service
  • Egypt’s Sisi, facing online backlash, says country is on “the right track”
  • Egypt’s national football coachis fired following disappointing World Cup campaign
  • Egypt refuses EU call for migrant reception centres
  • Egyptian police kill four member of Hasm terrorist group

 Main Headlines


  • Egypt, Greece and Cyprus kick off joint military drills in the Mediterranean
  • Saudis add to Salah’s misery, beat Egypt 2-1 inin World Cup farewell
  • It was very difficult for us, but the future will be better, says Mohamed Salahafter Egypt’s World Cup defeat
  • Egypt’s goalkeeper El-Hadary makes history with World Cup record
  • Egypt’s interior minister says ‘good progress’ made in the country’s war on terrorism
  • Egypt’s total public debtreached EGP 3.4 trillion by end of 2017: Central bank
  • Egypt repaid$30 billion in due bonds, foreign debt during 2017: Ministry of Finance
  • President Sisi ratifies law regulating Uber, Careem, and other ride-hailing services







  • Egypt to start building a nuclear plantin the next two years
  • Egyptian security service prevented the Sudanese opposition National Umma Party (NUP) leader Sadiq al-Mahdi from entering Cairo
  • Egypt refusesEU call for migrant reception centers

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