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Tuesday, 25 July 2017

Other coverage in the international media

Also worth noting in brief today:

  • Frontera News has a four-part primer on the investment environment in Egypt and its relationship to monetary policy titled Egypt: Appetizing or Antagonizing?
  • President Abdel Fattah El Sisi is capitalizing on the popularity of artists to promote policy and ideas following the footsteps of former President Gamal Abdel Nasser, George Mikhail writes for Al-Monitor.
  • Multiple travel warnings to Egypt have impacted tourism in the country severely, according to a report by The North Africa Post.
  • Egypt got some love from Abu Dhabi’s Crown Prince Sheikh Muhammad Bin Zayed, who “hailed the important and effective role played by the Egyptian Armed Forces” on both the home and regional fronts, says Standard Republic.
  • Egyptians will have to forge a “legitimate democracy” themselves, as there are no established political factions that currently offer it, Mohanad El Sangary writes for Open Democracy.
  • Six Kazakh nationals studying in Egypt have reportedly gone missing, and a search is currently underway after their families stopped hearing from them several days ago, KazInform reports.
  • Once known as the heaviest woman on earth, Egyptian Eman Abd El Aty is now completing her rehab program at Abu Dhabi’s Burjeel Hospital, where doctors are hoping to help her lose another 100 kilograms, according to The National’s Nick Webster.

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