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Sunday, 9 December 2018

Africa 2018 Forum was in the limelight on Egypt’s talk shows

The Africa 2018 Forum was in the limelight on last night’s talk shows, with Hona Al Asema recapping the highlights and major agreements that were signed on the first day of the event (watch, runtime: 06:09). El Hekaya’s Amr Adib also gave his two cents on Africa being a great market for Egyptian businesses (watch, runtime: 05:54).

The Health Ministry has added several new chemical compounds to its list of outlawed substances, head of the Central Department of Mental Health and Addiction Control Dr Menan Abdel Maksoud told Reham Ibrahim on Hona Al Asema. Abdel Maksoud discussed the ministry’s process in determining detrimental substances to add to its watch list (watch, runtime: 05:18)

Good karma for putting up with a frivolous lawsuit? Actress Rania Youssef told El Hekaya’s Amr Adib that she has been offered a role in a foreign film after her dress debacle (watch, runtime: 02:00).

Elsewhere, the talking heads preoccupied themselves with updates on the protests in France. See El Hekaya’s Amr Adib (watch, runtime: 06:52), Masaa DMC’s Eman El Hosary (watch, runtime: 12:07), and Hona Al Asema’s Reham Ibrahim (watch, runtime: 03:09)

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