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Tuesday, 29 June 2021

Another slow day in the foreign press on 29 June 2021

It’s another day of miscellany in the international press this morning:

  • The collapse of a condo in Florida last week is being compared to the similar incident in Alexandria on Friday, when an illegally-constructed building collapsed, killing give. (Washington Post)
  • Mending fences: President El Sisi’s trilateral summit with Iraq and Jordan in Baghdad on Sunday could be a boon for Egypt-Iraq ties after years of tensions. (Jerusalem Post)
  • Human Rights Watch is calling on Egypt to overturn death sentences recently handed out to 12 members of the Ikhwan involved in the 2013 Rabaa sit-in. (HRW)
  • Egypt’s agricultural exports overcame covid-19 with a surge in food demand and opening of new markets, Agriculture Ministry Mohamed Al Qirsh has said, (Xinhua)

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