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Wednesday, 4 April 2018

Other international coverage on 4 April 2018

Other stories worth noting this morning:

  • Bahrain’s debt default risk is higher than Egypt and Argentina’s, signaling that while the country’s new major oil discovery maybe its largest ever, it is likely not enough to spur a reversal in its “financial fortunes,” according to Bloomberg.
  • “Practicing journalism can be hazardous to your health” in countries such as Egypt, India, China, Russia, and Iran, Jason Rezaian writes for the Washington Post.
  • A Nile cruise between Luxor and Aswan is an “unforgettable experience” that worth a steep price tag of more than USD 8k per person, Francis Tapon writes for Forbes.
  • British citizen Laura Plummer has been cleared of smuggling illegal meds into Egypt but is still guilty of their possession, The Sun reports.

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