Roundup of Egypt's press headlines on March 11, 2017

Saturday 11-03-2017 08:28 AM

Egypt's newspapers on March11, 2017 - Aswat Masriya

CAIRO, March 11 (Aswat Masriya) – Our daily roundup of headlines in Egypt's main state-owned and private newspapers on March 11, 2017


-Egypt does not forget its martyrs

-The president directs officers and soldiers of the armed forces to keep on developing their capabilities

-250 Polish companies discuss investment opportunities in Egypt

-World press celebrates the archaeological find in Matariya; the German mission: lifting the two statues was done in a scientific way

- The Economist: The Egyptian economy is on the right way

Akhbar Elyoum

-International economic institutions: Egypt witnesses economic growth in the next period

-100,000 green houses offered for the youth in October

-The establishment of the biggest drug industry region in the Suez Canal axis

-Secrets of the "withdrawal Friday" in the general assembly meeting of Zamalk


-Jamming devices sent to Sinai after two police officers martyred

- Sisi performs Friday prayers behind the Grand Imam in Field Marshal TanTawy mosque

-A prominent Hamas leader: The movement would shed off the Islamic dimension in its definition and consider itself a Palestinian resistance movement only

- Pope Francis confirms Al-Shorouk scoop of his visit to Egypt

Al-Masry Alyoum

-The state budget draft exceeds the barrier of one "trillion" pounds for the first time

-The United Bank: Ready for selling the bank; fierce competition expected

-The head of Ramses II is still in the street: Kids of Matariya play with the king; guards cover it with a blanket

-Al-Ahli starts his African journey with a clash with Bidvest

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