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Thursday, 15 June 2017

Other coverage in the international media

Other international news worth noting this morning in brief:

  • NPR’s Jane Arraf reports on the Christian community in Minya for NPR’s Morning Edition. (runtime 4:33).
  • A 32-year-old Egyptian who works at a petroleum company decided to start a beekeeping company at a farm in Beheira, saying that honey and bee production are safe investments in Egypt, Xinhua writes.
  • Sudan should continue to play the role of mediator between Egypt, theGCC and Qatar instead of choosing sides and antagonizing the situation, writes Yousif Yahya for World Policy Blog.
  • The arrests of political activists, a law giving the presidency authority to name the nation’s top judges, the NGOs law, and the blocking of websites are part of a pre-emptive campaign by the government as it faces challenges including the transfer of Tiran and Sanafir to Saudi Arabia, Maged Mandour writes for Open Democracy.

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