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Sunday, 3 November 2019

Egypt in the News on 03 November 2019

No single story is dominating the conversation on Egypt this morning. Here are a selection of articles worth your time:

  • International human rights organizations are raising concerns over the arrest of Esraa Abdel Fattah, a journalist and human rights activist, according to Deutsche Welle.
  • Train ticket conductor to face trial: A train conductor who is accused of forcing two youth out of a moving train for not purchasing tickets will be sent to trial, reports the Associated Press. One of the young men died in the incident.
  • The Tutankhamun exhibit (which made it to London) has brought mns to his home country on its world tour, according to The Guardian

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