Roundup of Egypt's press headlines on Jan. 25, 2017

Wednesday 25-01-2017 10:41 AM

Egyptian newspapers on Jan. 25, 2017 - Aswat Masriya

CAIRO, Jan 25 (Aswat Masriya) – Our daily roundup of headlines in Egypt's main state-owned and private newspapers on Jan. 25, 2017:


-Sisi to Trump: we have been fighting terrorism on our own for 40 months

-President Sisi in 65th Police Day celebration to families of ‘martyrs’: we won’t forget

-Thousand tons of explosives costing $400 m seized in Sinai, multiples of that figure detonated

-Cabinet reshuffle presented to parliament Wednesday, oaths to be taken on Feb. 2

-Youth conference in Aswan with the participation of 130 young men from Upper Egypt

-Germany cancels flight restrictions above South Sinai

-Egypt faces Ghana in early final tonight


-President in Police Day celebration: we have been waging a cruel war against terrorism for 40 months

-Youth conference in Aswan launches Friday to discuss matters of Upper Egypt

-Egypt national team in tough face-off with Ghana tonight

-German flights resume to Sharm al-Sheikh

Al-Masry al-Youm:

-President Sisi: we are “on our own” in the economic battle

-President Sisi honours families of ‘martyrs’ on Police Day…calls for codifying ‘oral divorce’

-Honouring missing police personnel in Sinai


-Sisi: all state institutions are respected…’critical’ economic situation, no sedatives can work

-Fifteen ministerial changes likely to occur in cabinet reshuffle

-Parlimanent’s education committee: obliging international schools to allocate 5 pct. of profits to support the government

-Administrative Court rules in favour of ‘Rabaa judges’ ability to appeal their dismissal


-Cabinet report on Egypt after Jan. 25: ‘old regime’ cannot establish national security

-Azhar scholars welcome Sisi’s proposal to limit divorce to be conducted by authorised religious figure  

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