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Wednesday, 3 October 2018

Slow morning for Egypt in the foreign press

It was a blessedly slow news morning for Egypt in the foreign press, with only a couple of things that caught our eye:

Egypt’s stability is important for Israel’s security, especially as the two countries ready to begin trading natural gas at the start of next year, David Rosenberg writes for Haaretz.

Ousted president Mohamed Morsi’s youngest son waits outside the prison where Morsi is held every month in vain as he’s repeatedly denied access to visit his father, Brian Rohan writes for the AP.

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