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Monday, 20 February 2017

Other coverage on Egypt in the international press

Other stories on Egypt worth briefly noting on a morning in which Al Arabiya is running a photo profile of Magda Malek, Egyptian first female pilot of EgyptAir’s Boeing 777-333 airliner:

  • Dubai-based e-commerce platform Cary is looking to expand in Egypt in the medium term, CPI Finance reports.
  • Arab Times editor-in-chief Ahmed Al-Jarallah pens an op-ed on how the Ikhwan has been taking advantage of parliamentary politics in the GCC and Kuwait to ferment discontent in the region degrade traditionally strong ties between Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
  • says Egypt can be proud of their efforts at the CAF Africa Cup of Nations Gabon 2017 in a piece that mentions Egypt’s first ever AFCON title in 1957 and remembers Egypt’s player and one-time top goal scorer Ad-Diba.
  • An Egyptian LGBTQ rights Facebook group is challenging many stereotypes and social norms, Stepfeed’s Nadine Mazloum says in a feature about ‘No Hate Egypt.’
  • Italian archaeologists think they might be on the verge of discovering the long-lost tomb of Ancient Egypt’s Queen Nefertiti under Luxor’s Valley of the Kings, the Daily Beast says.
  • Egyptian human rights activists are growing more vocal in their criticisms of the recently-enacted NGO law after the state forced the torture-victim rehab facility Al Nadeem Center shut earlier this month, Al Jazeera’s English website says.

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