Roundup of Egypt's press headlines on Jan. 6, 2017

Friday 06-01-2017 10:21 AM

Egypt's press headlines on Jan 6, 2017

CAIRO, Jan 6(Aswat Masriya) – Our daily roundup of headlines in Egypt's main state-owned and private newspapers on Jan. 6, 2017:


-Sisi raises flag over Gamal Abdel Nasser mistral carrier

-CBE: Foreign reserves rises to $24.5bn

-Forensic authority: judge Shalaby committed suicide, no drugs detected

-Sisi: state doesn’t spend money on projects without vision or planning


-Inauguration of projects to develop Safaga and Damietta ports in Bahrein

-Egypt launches Red Sea naval fleet

-Sisi orders no contracts with companies or investors to be signed until after he reviews it 

Al-Masry Al-Youm:

-Inauguration of projects to develop Safaga and Damietta

-25 acres allocated in Sharm al-Sheikh to King Salman University

-Security emergency to protect Christmas masses today

-$1.3bn increase in foreign reserves, 30% increase in foreign debt

-Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia’s foreign ministries discuss renaissance dam prior to African summit


-Sisi calls for preserving public funds, and orders Jaghbub to support trade with Libya

-Public prosecutor:  forensic report proves Judge Wael Shalaby committed suicide

-Investigations of St Peters and St Paul church: defendants admitted to belonging to the brotherhood


-Defendants on case dubbed as events of US embassy referred to Mufti

-Foreign reserves rise to $24.26bn

-Public debt rise to EGP 2.758 trillion, foreign debt to $60.153bn

-Foreign minister to international media: relations with Saudi Arabia are strong


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