Egypt Press Review June 17
Press Review
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Our daily wrap up of headlines in Egypt’s main newspapers on 17.

Youm7

Youm7 Front Page June 17, 2016.

Youm7 Front Page June 17, 2016.

The parents of Cambridge University student Giulio Regeni, who was murdered in Cairo, have called on the European Union to impose sanctions against Egypt for “not co-operating” to solve their son’s murder.

 

The House of Representatives is scheduled to discuss Egypt’s general budget for the fiscal year 2016-2017 on Wednesday.

 

FIFA said it will release a new special ranking for Africa nations on June 21 following the complaint of the Egyptian Football Association.

 

The cockpit voice recorder of the doomed EgyptAir plane that crashed in May killing all 66 people on board has been found and pulled out of the Mediterranean Sea.

 

The Cairo Criminal Court is scheduled on Saturday to pronounce its verdict in the trial of former president Mohamed Morsi on charges of endangering national security by leaking classified documents to the Qatari intelligence.

 

Cost guards at Suez thwarted illegal immigration attempt of 56 people to Italy.

 

Egypt repatriates two ancient Egyptian sarcophagi lids, which were looted and brought to Israel during the 2011 uprising.

 

Egypt granted observer status at Pacific Alliance.

Parlamany

Foreign Affairs Committee at the Egyptian parliament convened Thursday to discuss the murder of Italian student  Giulio Regeni after his parents called on the European Union to impose sanctions against Egypt for “not co-operating” to solve their son’s murder.

 

Leaks of Thanawya Amma exams continue in spite of a series of arrests and tough measures taken by the Education Ministry.

 

The Monetary Policy Committee at the Central Bank of Egypt raised the overnight deposit rate from 10.75 percent to 11.75 percent.

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Helen Joanne’s last statement at the British Parliament before she was shot in an attack in Birstall, West Yorkshire Thursday.

 

 

 

Al Ahram

Al Ahram Front Page June 17, 2016.

Al Ahram Front Page June 17, 2016.

Italian Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni said his country might not send its ambassador back to Cairo due to Egypt’s handling of brobe into the murder of Italian student Giulio Regeni.

 

President Abdel Fatah al Sisi met with Prime Minister Sherif Ismail Thursday to review the design and layout of the Knowledge City at the  under construction administrative capital.

 

Giza Criminal Court on Thursday sentenced a 32 year-old man to three years on charges of antiquities theft.

 

Al Ahly SC mission flied to Zambia Thursday for anticipated encounter against Zesco SC in the CAF Champions League Group A opener scheduled for Saturday.

 

Slight increase in temperatures on Friday, Cairo sees 36

Al Akhbar

Egypt’s General Prosecution examines contents of the cockpit voice recorder of the doomed EgyptAir plane that has been found and pulled out of the Mediterranean Sea Thursday.

 

The Transport Committee at the House of Representatives has discussed the crisis of Egyptian fishermen.

 

The Russian Transport Ministry waits for a detailed report from Egypt’s national carrier EgyptAir on security measures at Cairo airport.

 

President Sisi directs concerned bodies to accelerate the implementation of mega projects at the Suez Canal Economic Zone.

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