Egypt: Roundup of Egypt’s Press Headlines On Jan. 20, 2017

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Cairo — Our daily roundup of headlines in Egypt’s main state-owned and private newspapers on Jan. 20, 2017:

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Al-Ahram:

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– The President: Undertaking needed procedures to ensure full border security.

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– Defence Minister: Sovereignty over Egyptian lands granted only for Egyptians..We are capable of resilience in the face of adversity.

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– Prime Minister: New ministers to be announced in few days.

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– “Hassm movement” investigations: Fugitive leaders “revived” armed attacks to take down state institutions.

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– Planning Minister: Economic growth rate 3.4%.

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Al-Akhbar:

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– Pardons committee: We delivered second list with 400 names.

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– Prime Minister: Cabinet reshuffle ends this week.. announcement of new cabinet end of January.

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– The president in a high-level meeting: Strengthening border security and institutions.

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Al-Shorouk:

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– Al-Sisi orders to undertake needed procedures to secure borders.

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– Abo Treika after receiving the news of being placed on terrorists list..”Thank God for whatever comes my way.”

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– New Italian Foreign Minister: We will continue cooperating in Regeni’s case.

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– Pardons committee delivered three new lists to the presidency few days ago.

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– Tawadros: Egypt is safe..We pray for Al-Sisi and the martyrs.

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Al-Masry Al-Youm:

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– The president seeks cutting down expenses, mitigate budget deficit.

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– PM: Cabinet reshuffle end of month..No change of governors.

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– NTRA calls on halting BETA operation of 4G mobile services.

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– Fog road accidents kill five..closes five main roads.

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Al-Watan:

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– Cabinet reshuffle causes tensions in government and parliament.

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– American document from 1957: No legal documentation for ownership of Tiran, Sanafir.

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– EGP 19.3 m losses in stock market after reported news of imposing stamp duty.

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