CAIRO: Read how Egyptian newspapers have tackled the top burning issue of reactions to State’s ruling of annulling government’s deal with Saudi Arabia, per which Cairo has announced Saudi sovereignty over two disputed islands of Tiran and Sanafir that locate at the entrance of Aqaba Gulf in the Red Sea.
- ‘Documents, Maps in the appeal against annulling Red Sea Islands deal’ Youm7 reported the government’s decision.
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- Amnesty International causes ‘slander’ to damage tie between Egypt, Italy
- Egypt-Spain coalition pumps 4 million EGP into new administrative capital
- Coalition of “Support of Egypt” agrees on State’s general budget
- Lawmaker: Sharqia governor inappropriately deals with parliamentarians, refuses to meet people’s demands
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Number of people injured in a stampede when football player Mohamed Salah’s fans gather to take photos with him
Government: Egypt will never cede a grain of sand of its territories and a full report about the validity of the maritime demarcation deal.
- A parliamentarian’s monthly expenses in the budget reach 38,000 EGP
- Egypt’s economy launches war to protect the poor
The government moves to stop reclaiming ‘Tiran’ and ‘Sanafir,’ was al-Masry al-Youm’s headline over the government’s reaction to the court’s decision of annulling the deal.
- Death certificates of the victims of EgyptAir flight MS804 given to their relatives
Egypt’s House of Representatives will not discuss the controversial maritime demarcation deal as long as the state’s administrative jurisdiction considers it, al- Shorouk reported officials.
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- A letter to the President to reject new law regulates press in Egypt