Egypt Press Review: Dec 24
Egyptian newspapers

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A police officer was killed after armed assailants attacked a police vehicle in Alexandria Tuesday.


Minister of Health Adel al-Adawy said Egypt has more than 12 million cancer patients, with a 58,000 increase every year.

General prosecutor Hisham Barakat referred a suspect to a military trial over complicity in targeting consulates and embassies in Egypt.

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The pipeline that carries natural gas to Jordan through Egypt’s North Sinai was struck by an explosion Tuesday.


  • An Egyptian couple were killed and their daughter kidnapped in Libyan city of Sirte Tuesday.
  • Egypt and China signed a comprehensive and strategic partner.
  • Zakat House or “House of Charity” decided to pay the debts of 200 imprisoned debtors.

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President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi calls to building a Chinese university of technology in the new city of Ismailia, scheduled to be established Eastern Suez Canal.



  • Security forces destroyed 12 “terrorists’ hotbeds” in North Sinai’s city of Sheikh Zuwayed Tuesday.
  • Catholic churches in Egypt celebrate Christmas Day.



Minister of Defense Sedky Sobhy honored Tuesday African students who finished their training courses at Egypt’s military institutions.


  • A governmental committee, formed to provide statistics on infringements on the state’s properties, will submit its final report by the end of January.
  • High Elections Committee prepares for Egypt’s upcoming parliament elections, scheduled during the first quarter of 2015.


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The High Parliamentary Elections Committee will call on the voters to cast their ballots by December 31.


  • An annual report by the Cairo Center for Economic studies said that 2014 was the most prosperous year for Egypt’s economy since the January 25 Revolution.
  • An annual report by the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights said 2013 has witnessed the highest rate of torture in prisons since 2000.
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