Roundup of Egypt's press headlines on Jan. 10, 2017

Tuesday 10-01-2017 11:25 AM

Egyptian newspapers on Jan. 9, 2017. Aswat Masriya

CAIRO, Jan 10 (Aswat Masriya) – Our daily roundup of headlines in Egypt's main state-owned and private newspapers on Jan. 10, 2017:


- Al-Sisi: 41 brigades to fight terrorists in Sinai, mobilising big resources for that.

- Eight  policemen, one civilian killed in two terror attacks in Al-Arish.

- Tax incentives to integrate the informal business sector in the economy. 

- Egyptian-South Sudanese summit today.


- Nine policemen martyred, five terrorists killed.

- The president calls on Mohamed Salah and his fellows to bring happiness to Egyptians by Africa's cup.

- Al-Hilaly: "Booklets" for high school students only.

- Finalising a list of medicines with price increase tomorrow.

Al-Masry Al-Youm:

- Planning ministry studies increasing minimum wage to EGP 1,500.

- Battles day: Eight policemen martyred, five terrorists killed in Al-Arish attack.


- Seven policemen, civilian martyred in an explosive truck. 

- The government warns against the Parliament's law on "construction violations".. It will destroy the agriculture.


- Two terror attacks in Arish.

- Calls for investigating leaked phone calls between Anan and public figures.

- Health ministry sources: Increase in 4500 kinds of medicines early February.


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