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Wednesday, 7 March 2018

Also worth noting in brief this morning

Also worth a brief note this morning:

  • The natural gas agreement between Israeli producers and Dolphinus Holdings in Egypt is a sign that diplomatic ties have never been better, Sharyn Mittelman writes for AIJAC.
  • Hotel Business reports on the opening of the Hilton Cairo Heliopolis under global hospitality company’s expansion in the country.
  • A self-proclaimed economic expert accuses the CBE of overblowing its FX reserve figures, in an interview with the Islamist-leaning Middle East Eye.
  •  Egypt’s fencing team has won six new medals in the 8th Cadet and Junior African Fencing Championship in Lagos, according to SIS.
  • An Egyptian Imam delivered a Friday sermon calling to wage “defensive Jihad” against the infidels in their own lands until Islam “reigns supreme”, the Jewish News Syndicate reports.

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