Egypt press review Oct.4: Interpol lifts Hussein Salem’s name off wanted list
Egyptian newspapers

Youm7:

 

* Surprises in the assassination attempt of the Assistant top prosecutor.

 

* Egypt’s net foreign reserves rise to $19.592 bln at end-Sept.

 

* Interpol lifts Hussein Salem’s name off wanted list.

 

* 43 years…art and war in anniversary of October victory.

 

* 20K victims of conman in Delta’s Kafr el-Sheikh; they paid 600 million EGP.

 

* 67 unknown corpses among victims of ill-fated Rosetta migration boat.

 

* Parliament to decide on Civil Servant Law Tuesday, Illegal Immigration Wednesday.

 

 

Parlmany:

* President of Cairo University files a report against 2 members of parliament over their call for virginity tests at universities.

 

* MP Mohamed Abdu: I will reveal a major corruption case in tourism and aviation sectors soon.

 

* MP says gold prices have increased due to dollar crisis.

 

 

Al-Ahram:

 

* Azhar Institute to hold a conference for peace in Cairo in mid-2017 attended by Pope Francis

 

* Education Ministry announces new measures to prevent high school exam leaks.

 

* Egyptian-American chemical physicist Mostafa A. El-Sayed elected as Zewail City president.

 

* Cairo-London flights resume Monday.

 

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