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Thursday, 30 September 2021

US natsec adviser’s visit to Cairo tops foreign press coverage

Leading the conversation on Egypt in the foreign press this morning: The visit of White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan to Cairo yesterday (AP | AFP | Reuters). We have more in this morning’s Speed Round, above.

ALSO: Reuters looks at government plans to restore crumbling parts of historic Cairo to their former greatness. About 10% of the area will be refurbished in an initial phase lasting two years, Patrick Werr reports, which will also see some of its wikalas turned into boutique hotels.

AND: The Times reports that a US forensics company has digitally reconstructed the faces of three male Egyptian mummies, revealing what they looked like when they were 25 years-old.

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