Egypt’s local news digest Nov. 6: Egypt’s education woes ‘cumulative,’ needs time to be fixed: Minister
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Egypt’s education woes ‘cumulative,’ needs time to be fixed: Minister

Minister of Education El-Helaly el-Sherbeiny stated that Egypt’s education problems are “cumulative” since 40 years and cannot be fixed in a short period, during his visit to Ismailia.

Sherbeiny assured reform efforts would rather need a clear policy.

He also said that schools are overcrowded which adds to the educational dilemma, adding that the system needs to build between 33,000 to 53,000 new classrooms to solve the problem.

 

80 tourists arrive at Sharm el-Sheikh port Sunday

Sharm el-Sheikh Port received Sunday a dhow called “Star Clipper carrying 80 tourists of different nationalities, Youm7 quoted the spokesperson for the Red Sea Ports Authority Youssef Malak.

The ship, also included a 70-member crew, was coming from Port Said Port, and raising Malta Flag.

 

Airport culls 100 kg of cow brains seized with 3 passengers

Cairo Airport authorities have culled 100 kg of cow brains seized with three Sudanese passengers on their arrival from Khartoum, Youm7 reported Sunday.

 

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