Roundup of Egypt's press headlines on March 3, 2017

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Egypt's newspapers on March 3, 2017 - Aswat Masriya 21

CAIRO, March 3 (Aswat Masriya) – Our daily roundup of headlines in Egypt's main state-owned and private newspapers on March 3, 2017 


- Egypt supports national armies to restore the national state

- President: We're fighting a decisive battle against terrorism and extremism.

- Merkel: Egypt's role is pivotal in all the Middle East issues

-$ 500 million from Germany in support for the economic reform program

- The High school "Thanawya Amma" exams to start on June 4

- A full return of the Egyptian quota of Hajj visas


-Successful Egyptian-German summit in Cairo

- Sisi and Merkel inaugurate the first phase of the three power stations of Siemens

- President: keen on human rights the same like Europe

-CBE paid off $ 2 billion for small businesses .. The reserves rise to 26.5 billion

- Final rule acquitting Mubarak of the killing of demonstrators

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- Sisi and Merkel: a unified stance against countries supporting terrorism

- Chancellor and President inaugurate the first phase of three power plants of Siemens

- The appeal court gives Mubarak "the last of innocence."

- The exodus of Copts from Al-Arish continues: 5 provinces receive 47 more families.


- Sisi in the presence of Merkel: we stand on the first defense line of the war on terror

- German Chancellor: the countries supporting terrorism and helping terrorist groups should be condemned

- The appeal court: Mubarak acquitted of the killing of demonstrators in January 25 uprising

- The dollar keeps rising against the pound and reaches 16.40 pounds

- Parliamentary and executive actions to support Copts displaced from Sinai


-Terrorism, refugees and human rights" issues topping agenda during Sisi-Merkel summit

-  Cuper, the coach of national football team , threatens to leave

- Final innocence for Mubarak of the killing of demonstrators in the "January Revolution"

- Sources: the labour ministry insists on granting the judiciary the power to sack employees.

- Time table for Thanawya Amma sets off a crisis between the new minister and students

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