Roundup of Egypt's press headlines on Jan. 11, 2017

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Egyptian newspapers on Jan. 9, 2017. Aswat Masriya

CAIRO, Jan 11 (Aswat Masriya) – Our daily roundup of headlines in Egypt's main state-owned and private newspapers on Jan. 11, 2017:


- Al-Sisi: We have more than 41 brigades to fight terrorism.

- The president: We are ready to take part in UN peacekeeping operation in South Sudan.

- Salva Kiir: We look forward to utilise the Egyptian expertise in all fields.

- Ten takfiris killed from Bayt Al-Maqdis in Sheikh Zuwaid.

- Security sources: Killers used 100 kilos of explosives in Al-Arish attack.

- Parliamentary support to Egypt's national football team.


- Egyptian support for peacekeeping operations in South Sudan.

- Al-Sisi, Salva Kiir discuss increasing bilateral cooperation.

- Sudden inspections in governorates by Administrative Control Authority.

- Potatoes exports increase to Lebanon, one million barrels of Iraqi petrol monthly to Egypt.

- No current increase in electricity prices. 

- Fifa: 48 national teams in World Cup 2026..Pharaohs in Gabon on Friday.

Al-Masry Al-Youm:

- Egypt denies U.S. accusations of violating arms embargo in Libya. 

- Agriculture minister to the Parliament: I lost my smile since i took the position.


- Sisi: South Sudan stability is a priority for Egypt.

- Annual inflation rises up to 24.3%.

- ISIS claims responsibility for Al-Arish attack..Security forces killed 10 terrorists.

- Sources: Ethiopian dam studies will not end in 2017.

- New measures to enter Sinai.


- For the first time..Egypt plants wheat twice per year.

- Ministers witness the first harvest season..Second season to being in early February.

- The military blocks mid Sinai road to besiege the attackers of Al-Matafei checkpoint.




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