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Sunday, 18 April 2021

Talk shows on 18 April 2021:

Season two of Al Ikhtiyar was top of the talk shows’ agenda last night: The fifth episode, which dramatized the dispersal of the 2013 Rabaa sit-in, received coverage on El Hekaya (watch, runtime: 2:00) and Ala Mas'ouleety (watch, runtime: 5:00), while the entirety of Kelma Akhira was dedicated to analysing the episode (watch, runtime: 1:20:40).

Also on the airwaves last night:

  • Some EGP 4 bn worth of compensation has been allocated to residents facing eviction due to the expansion of the Ring Road, Transportation Minister Kamel El Wazir said (Ala Mas'ouleety | watch, runtime: 2:01 I 3:09)
  • Veteran Egyptian journalist and former head of the Supreme Media Council Makram Mohamed Ahmed has died at the age of 86 after a battle with illness. (Ala Mas'ouleety | watch, runtime: 5:37)

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