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Tuesday, 14 March 2023

Mo Salah’s New Cairo home burgled

Leading the conversation in the foreign press this morning: Liverpool star Mohamed Salah’s Cairo home has been broken into and robbed of cable TV receivers. Authorities are investigating the break in. (Reuters | The National)

ALSO making headlines:

  • The HoggPool crypto scam is getting regional attention. (Al Monitor)
  • World No. 1 squash player Mostafa Asal’s season has been dogged by controversy amid accusations from rivals of bad sportsmanship. (The Telegraph)
  • Egypt’s first amputee football league kicked off on Friday with the participation of four clubs: Arab Contractors, Zamalek, Pyramids, and Z Club. (Xinhua)

AND- Reuters and the Associated Press are picking up a Human Rights Watch report on Islamists abroad having trouble renewing personal identity documents and the Wall Street Journal reviews My Egypt Archive.

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