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UAE’s prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan pledged to send $ 2bn additional aid to support Egypt
Ministries discuss the development of industrial sector
The new factory offers 1,200 job opportunities, with investments amounting to $360m and a production capacity up to 2 million tons annually
Minister of Foreign Affairs Nabil Fahmy meets with Iraq’s and Algeria’s foreign ministers
UAE prince and deputy commander Nahyan reiterates his country’s support for Egypt’s interim government and military
Ministers and export councils discuss criteria, amount of funding to bolster exports
Reporters Without Borders decries continued targeting of journalists
Islamists decry lack of sufficient representation in amending constitution
A court ruling called for the permanent closure of ultra-conservative Al-Hafez satellite channel
Police in front of a church near the Suez Canal city are attacked in drive-by shooting
18 hotels were recently closed in Taba, in addition to 30 in Sharm Al-Sheikh.
EGP 6bn in t-bills issued on Sunday
Security crackdowns on Morsi supporters continue
The three reportedly admitted to being directly involved in the killing of the soldiers.
Sherif Adel’s weekly look at Egypt’s events.
Bank: “Rumours aim to destroy the confidence in the stability and safety of the country’s economy”
Hatem Munir, Secretary of the Red Sea Egyptian Hotel Association stated that tourist rates of those coming into Egypt have dropped to 15%.
Muslim Brotherhood leader faces a myriad of charges following his arrest on Thursday
Arab civil society organistations blame “lack of political will” for human rights infringements
The US Secretary of State chooses David Satterfield to temporarily replace outgoing Ambassador
Hegazy also affirmed the government’s focus on the economic path and its target of taking “large leaps” on the economic front.
They further affirmed claims that they had arrested six individuals in connection with other attacks throughout Sinai, including one Palestinian living in Al-Arish.
The Salafi Party formally announced its participation in drafting an amended constitution, but criticised the process
Poverty rates have increased from 20% to 25%.
Saad El-Shater, son of Deputy Supreme Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, is arrested on Wednesday morning
The Egyptian government strongly criticises comments made by Turkey’s prime minister
Ministry claims police acting within the law amid criticism from human rights group over use of excessive force
Weaving and Textile Company workers strike on Monday demanding their arrears and the dismissal of management
New attacks launched in Al-Arish and Rafah, assassination of political figure in Sheikh Zuweid
A Pew Research Center report indicates that most Americans think cutting military aid to Egypt should be used to pressure Egyptian government