Egypt’s local news digest July 5: Marsa Matrouh receives 75 victims of illegal immigration in 2 months
Migrants are seen on a capsizing boat before a rescue operation by Italian navy ships "Bettica" and "Bergamini" (unseen) off the coast of Libya in this handout picture released by the Italian Marina Militare on May 25, 2016. Marina Militare/Handout via REUTERS

CAIRO: No more browsing from site to site, view the top local news stories in Egypt on July 5 here:


Marsa Matrouh receives 75 decomposed bodies in 2 months due to illegal immigration

Hospitals in the Mediterranean city of Marsa Matrouh have received 75 decomposed dead bodies of victims of illegal immigration over the past two months, security director of Marsa Matrouh Hisham Lotfy told Youm7.


22 houses evacuated in Dabaa that will host Egypt’s 1st nuclear power plant

A total of 22 houses in the residential city of Dabaa, in Marsa Matrouh, have been evacuated as the city will host Egypt’s first nuclear power plant. The evacuated residents were promised compensations.


Cairo sees warm weather of 35°C Tuesday

Forecasters expected a varied weather across the country Tuesday; Cairo will see highs of 35 °C and lows of 24°C, while the weather in northern coast cities is expected to be moderate.


33 fugitives arrested in North Sinai

Security forces have arrested a total of 33 fugitives in North Sinai, Youm7 reported. The crackdown has resulted in seizing 27 different violation cases.

Meanwhile, 29 at large people who are wanted to serve judicial rulings were busted at the Cairo Airport.


7 injured in road accident in Minya

A total of seven people were injured after their vehicle flipped over the western desert road in Upper Egypt’s Minya; the injured were transferred to the hospital sustaining wounds and bruises, according to Youm7.

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