7pm News Wrapup July 26
By THE CAIRO POST

News:

The Al-Qassam Brigades, Hamas’ armed wing, issued a televised statement Friday claiming to have killed 59 Israeli soldiers and wounding 300 others.

Aug. 7: Trial of second Rafah massacre to be continued and Kerdasa police killing trial to be resumed.

Also, alleged members of the jihadist Ajnad Misr group have been referred to criminal court on charges of killing six police officers.

Meanwhile, military sources announced Saturday that they killed 12 takfirists in the city of Sheikh Zuwayed in extensive raids that also resulted in the killing of five gunmen suspected of involvement in the Farafra checkpoint incident.

Business:

Government approves new public transportation company at a cost of 1 billion EGP ($1.4 million).

In-depth:

Government and civic groups prepare to face sexual harassment during Eid.

Editor’s pick:

WHO official to The Cairo Post: No humanitarian aid in Gaza Strip since the beginning of the 12-hour humanitarian truce on the morning of July 26.

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