Egypt’s local news digest Nov. 8: 3 dead, 13 injured in Cairo-Suez Road accident; Cairo University to have 1st solar power plant
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3 dead, 13 injured in Cairo-Suez Road accident

Three were announced dead and 13 injured after a school bus crash on Egypt-Suez Road, said Khaled Mogahed, spokesperson for Health Ministry.

All the injured were transferred to a hospital in Heliopolis to receive needed treatment, Mogahed added.

 

Spanish TV team visits Egypt to shoot cooking program

A delegation of the Spanish TV is visiting Cairo and Luxor to shoot an episode about tourism in Egypt, Youm7 reported.

Nesrin Othmanly, the director of the Tourism Promotion Office at Cairo Airport, said that the delegation will stay for a week, where they will produce an episode for the TV program “Let’s Eat The World,” one of the famous Spanish programs specialized in cooking popular food from different countries around the world.

 

In Pics: Cairo University to have 1st solar power plant in week

President of Cairo University Gaber Nassar announced opening the first phase of a solar power plant at the campus within a week, Youm7 reported.

The university has contracted with Banha Company for Electronic Industries to build the plant, with a capacity of 650 kilowatt-hour.

 

First solar power plant in Cairo University. Photo by Youm7.

First solar power plant in Cairo University. Photo by Youm7.

First solar power plant in Cairo University. Photo by Youm7.

First solar power plant in Cairo University. Photo by Youm7.

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