Roundup of Egypt's press headlines on Jan. 12, 2017

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Egyptian newspapers on Jan. 8, 2017. Aswat Masriya

CAIRO, Jan 12 (Aswat Masriya) – Our daily roundup of headlines in Egypt's main state-owned and private newspapers on Jan. 12, 2017:


- The president: The outrageous operations will only increase Egyptians willingness to full victory.

- Health minister: Prices increase for 3,000 medicines, stay stable for 9,000 other medicines. 

- Administrative Control Authority detects violations in most impoverished villages. 

- The Pharaohs in Gabon tomorrow..Egypt confronts Qatar in handball world cup.


- Today, the new prices increase for 3,000 medicines out of 12,000.

- Al-Sisi: Targeting terror spots with the utmost firmness.

- Obama's tears in the farewell speech.

- Drinking water reached the new capital.

Al-Masry Al-Youm:

- World Bank: Growth increases in Egypt within 3 years.

- The president revises "anti-terrorism plans" in Sinai.

- "Urgent Matters" court transfers location of Tiran, Sanafir protest to the Fostat public park.


- Al-Sisi: We will defeat terrorism and build our future.

- Cabinet sends IMF agreement to the president ahead of parliamentary review.

- Zamalek pleads the cabinet to settle the taxes plight.


- Today..prices officially increase for 3000 medicines.

- Al-Sisi to army and police leaders: Target the terror spots with the utmost firmness. 

- Support Egypt: "No other way than a cabinet reshuffle."


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