This Week in Egypt: Week 41 ( Oct 7-13)

Top Headlines

  • Egypt condemns ‘in strongest terms’ the Turkish operation in Syria; calls for urgent Arab League meeting
  • Egypt, Cyprus, and Greece slam Turkey over Eastern Mediterranean exploration
  • Egypt’s Sisi, Ethiopian PM to meet in Moscow to discuss Renaissance Dam
  • Egypt’s annual inflation eases to lowest in almost seven years

 Main Headlines


  • 1070 teachers sacked over Brotherhood links: Education minister
  • Egypt’s Court of Cassation orders retrial of police officers over killing protesters during 25 January 2011 Revolution
  • Egypt to open hepatitis virus treatment unit in Chad
  • Egypt will receive two grants from France to boost the energy and natural gas sectors



  • Egypt condemns ‘in strongest terms’ the Turkish operation in Syria; calls for urgent Arab League meeting
  • Egypt’s PM Madbouly accuses Ethiopia of violating GERD declaration of principles
  • Egypt’s stock market is considering decreasing its trading’s fees and commissions in the sake of enhancing EGX’s competitiveness.



  • Egypt’s Sisi and Ethiopia’s premier pledge to overcome obstacles in Nile dam talks
  • Two students from the University of Edinburgh who had been on a year abroad in Egypt were arrested, then released in Cairo
  • Egypt renews import duties on steel rebar, iron billets


  • Arab foreign ministers condemn Turkish offensive in Syria
  • 9 members of same family were killed in attack in Egypt’s Sinai
  • Egyptian-South Korean naval forces implement maritime drill in Mediterranean Sea



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