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Wednesday, 28 March 2018

Egypt in the News on 28 March 2018

Among the handful of non-election stories out of Egypt that caught the eye of the international press:

  • A lack of shipments to Egypt due to Russian competition has driven down Romanian wheat exports 9% y-o-y, UkrAgroConsult reports.
  • World Finance takes note of Naguib Sawiris’ new USD 2 bn real estate venture in Pakistan, which caters to the “American dream for Pakistani citizens”, says Aisha Ahmad.
  • Photographer Sandro Vannini publishes stunning images from the Valley of Kings in "King Tut: The Journey Through the Underworld,” CNN reports.
  • Egypt needs new policies to make education more easily accessible to students with disabilities, Suhair Abdul-Hafeez writes for Al-Fanar Media.
  • Italy’s anti-terror police have arrested a 58-year-old Egyptian-Italian man accused of ties to Daesh, The Local reports.

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