Egypt’s press review June 22, 2016:Administrative court has no jurisdiction to rule on Red Sea islands deal: expert
Egyptian activists shout anti-President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and government slogans during a demonstration protesting against the government's decision to transfer two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia, in front of the Press Syndicate in Cairo, Egypt, April 13, 2016. The sign reads, "The two Islands Tiran and Sanafir are the Egyptians". REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh

CAIRO: Read our review of Egyptian newspapers on June 22, 2016


Youm7 Front Page June 22.

Youm7 Front Page June 22.

  • Administrative court has no jurisdiction to rule on Red Sea islands deal: expert
  • Taymour al Sobky sentenced to 1 year in prison for ‘insulting Upper Egypt’s women’
  • The Administrative Court nullifies government committee decision to freeze shares of footballer Mohamed Abou-Treika
  • Sisi, Bundesbank president Jens Weidmann discuss ways to boost mutual cooperation
  • Trial of 9 policemen in ‘Mataryia hospital’ case adjourned to July 19
  • CBE closes 2 foreign exchange offices over black market dealing


Administrative court nullifies border demarcation agreement with Saudi Arabia


Reaction of Thanawya Amma students after taking geography exams


  • Thanawya Amma Biology exam complies with Education Ministry standards: minister
  •  Interior Minister pays inspection visit to security check points in Giza
  • Parliament’s Local Administration Committee reviews 6 municipality laws

Al Ahram:

Al Ahram Front Page June 22.

Al Ahram Front Page June 22.

  • State Lawsuit Authority will appeal the Administrative Court’s ruling on Red Sea islands agreement
  • British Airways cancels winter flights to Egypt’s Sharm al-Sheikh over security concerns: statement
  • New Asyut barrage to open in 2017: PM
  • Foreign Ministry condemns Jordan’s militant attack, extends condolences to victim’s families
  • 1,000 Thanawya Amma students deprived from taking exams
  • Egypt’s budget deficit rises to 273 b EGP in 1st 10 months of 2015-16 FY

Al Akhbar:

  • Cambridge University rejects Italian media reports of not cooperating in Giulio Regeni murder
  • CBE keeps pound steady at 8.78 to US dollar at Tuesday foreign currency sale
  • Egypt’s Falcon Group signs deal with Restrata to train 7,000 personnel in airport security procedures
  • Sisi, Merkel’s Security Policy Adviser discuss ways to boost bilateral ties
  • UN World Food Program launches emergency operation for 6K Egyptian returnees from Libya
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