Egypt Press Review: Sept. 21
Egypt Press Review: Jan. 10
By Ayman Ramdan

Here is an overview of today’s Egyptian headlines and major topics.


  • A deal between Former Minister of Industry Rasheed and Muslim Brotherhood head Khairat al-Shater includes a settlement of 50 million EGP ($7.2 million)
  • A return of the Qatari deposit to the central bank is a “bold and necessary move” for Egyptian national security
    • Egypt mourns officer killed in Kerdasa raid
    • Street clashes in Cairo, Alexandria, Beheira, Suez, and Dakahlia


  • Under the slogan “army, police and people are one hand”, the government prepares to finish the memorial workshop in Rabaa to be a reminder to reject violence and fighting terrorism next October
  • Minister of Solidarity: Ahmed Boraie prepares to recover insurance money from Ministry of Finance
  • Minister of Irrigation: security conditions will not stop Asyut’s aqueduct project
  • Rafaa’s port shuts down for weekend
  • Egypt succeeds in passing a resolution calling for application of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) guarantees on all countries in the region

Akhbar el-Yom

  • Minister of Interior Major General Mohammed Ibrahim said that the ministry is set to cooperate with the armed forces to eliminate terrorism
  • Military source confirmed that former American ambassador in Cairo Anne Patterson said US pressure on Egypt to accomplish the roadmap is laughable
  • Audit office chief: 56 million EGP required from a current minister
  • Preparations for school: 7 new trains, and Al-sadat’s, Giza’s stations position is mysterious
  • Fahmy leads Egypt’s delegation for the U.N. General Assembly
  • Beblawy and Sisi lead Kerdasa martyr’s funeral
  • Dam reduced electricity production is the reason behind power shortage
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