Egypt’s local news digest Aug. 18:  165 should be built to decrease density of students nationwide, minister; Egypt thwarts illegal migration attempt by 62 in Delta’s Kafr el Sheikh
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165 should be built to decrease density of students nationwide

A total of 165 new classes should be established in the primary, preparatory and secondary schools nationwide to decrease the density of the students, Minister of Education El Hilali El Sherbini told a talk show on Mehwar channel Wednesday evening.

 

Egypt thwarts illegal migration attempt by 62 in Delta’s Kafr el Sheikh

Border guards have foiled an attempt of illegal migration by 62 people, form different nationalities, before getting on board of a fishing boat in Kafr elSheikh to flight to Italy via the Mediterranean Sea, Youm7 reported Thursday.

The unregistered migrants are 13 Egyptians, 17 Afghans, 15 Somalis, six Eritreans, and 21 Sudanese.

 

October 6 Bridge partially closes for maintenance works

The General Administration of Traffic in Cairo has announced that October 6 Bridge, which links between Giza’s Dokki and Cairo’s Nasr City, will be partially closed Thursday for maintenance works that could last for three days, Youm7 reported.

 

Minster of Transport inspect ongoing projects in Suez Canal

Minister of Transport Said Galal heads Thursday to Suez Canal city to inspect and be updated on the latest of ongoing projects there, such as development of Suze-Cairo highway and Portawfiq Port, Youm7 reported.

 

Video: Youth participate in cleaning campaign in Sinai

A group of youth has participated in a campaign to clean and decorate their village, Rabaa, in North Sinai; they have taken part in maintenance works for lampposts of the village, collecting garbage, and increasing the grass areas across the northern part of their village, Youm7 reported Thursday

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