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Wednesday, 6 April 2022

Egypt in the News: Sports Minister Sobhi weighs in on Salah’s future at Anfield

Mohamed Salah is all over the UK press, after Sports Minister Ashraf Sobhi claimed the Egyptian King told him he intends to extend his stay at Liverpool, against Sobhi’s advice. (BBC | Daily Mail | Mirror)

Also making headlines:

  • How Swvl SPACed: Swvl CEO Mostafa Kandil gave an interview on the mass transit app’s Nasdaq debut via a merger with SPAC Queen’s Gambit Growth Capital. (Bloomberg)
  • Egypt cozies up with Rwanda as it tries to push Nile Basin countries to pressure Ethiopia over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam. (Al Monitor)
  • Human rights: Prominent activist Alaa Abdel Fattah has begun a hunger strike in prison to protest jail conditions. (AFP)

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