Egypt Press Review: Oct. 13
By THE CAIRO POST

news Youm72

Youm7

The Cairo Criminal Court will resume Monday the trial of former President Mohamed Morsi over charges of inciting violence against protesters at Ithadeya  presidential palace in December 2012.

Also,

  • The Ministry of Health imports more Solvadi hepatitis C treatment.
  • Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab agrees to build drug and food regulatory body.

Al-Ahram

Al-Ahram

President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi called for the end of the Palestine-Israel conflict during his opening speech at a Gaza reconstruction donor conference in Cairo.

Also,

  • Gulf states pledge $1.4 billion in Palestinian aid.
  • World Bank: Ebola costs could reach $32 billion by 2015.

 Al-Masry Al-Youm

Al-Masry Al-Youm

Al-Masry Al-Youm reported the State’s attempts to tighten security measures on the first day of the new academic year failed to prevent protests, and instead only increased student “riots” at universities.

Aslo,

  • EXG loses 14 billion EGP ($1.9 billion).

 Al-Akhbar

Al-Akhbar

EU and U.S. stock exchange tumbles pushed the Egyptian EGX to lose over 14 billion EGP. The main index declined by 4 percent to close at 9,163 points. The world stock exchanges were affected by a new World Bank report that predicts a new financial crisis.

Also,

  • Auction of 36 Egyptian artifacts halted in London.

 news Al-Shorouq2

Al-Shorouq

A security source said that four dead bodies were found in southern Rafah in North Sinai. He added they were shot in their heads and that he suspected Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis was responsible for the murders.

Also,

  • 120 million EGP allocated to develop five villages in North Sinai.
  • Joint military exercises to be held between Egypt and the United Arab Emirates.
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