CAIRO, March 13 (Aswat Masriya) – Our daily roundup of headlines in Egypt's main state-owned and private newspapers on March 13, 2017.
- The President: improving the service provided to citizens with immediate effect; and completing the transport projects as soon as
- Ismael stresses tightening controls on the local wheat trading
- 11 Turkish companies plan to increase their investments in Egypt
- The closure of 34 companies because of fake flights for the Hajj and Umrah
- Football Association dissolved; Zamalek beats Rangers; Al-Masry defeated by Mali champion
- Measures to control the supply of wheat; no delivery at "dirt Barns"
- Sisi during a meeting with senior African journalists and media people: Transforming the Nile River to an axis for the development of the Nile Basin countries
- Bidding of 15 million meters of industrial lands with utilities in 13 provinces
- The Arab Organization for Industrialization is considering the production of Fiat cars at competitive prices
- A program for the installation of 40 million smart meter grid
- The finance ministry: low-price restaurants exempted of VAT
- Zamalek begins his African journey with four goals in the net of Nigerian Rangers
- Diplomatic clash between Europe and Turkey widens
- Sisi: the Egyptian people spit out terrorism; and decided to confront it decisively until the end
- Nabila Makram: I perform solace in mosques; and get happy when presented rosary or a Koran
- Russian Minister of Transport: Agreement with Egypt on the final version of the protocol for aviation safety
- The death of a female citizen on hunger strike to demand the implementation of "a demolition decision"
- The government announced the end of "dirt Barns" time
- Zamalek rains over Rangers nets with four goals puts a foot in the group stage
- European strikes to Erdogan
- Bread lines appear in the governorates
- "Tiran and Sanafir" waiting for the report of the Constitutional court
- Allocations for "education" and "health" increased in the budget
- "The Railway" declares the end of the "turbini"; to be cut into pieces and sold junk with 2 pounds per kilo
- Sisi dialogue with minds in Africa In Ittihadiya palace; African journalists: Egypt regained the leadership
- The Supreme Judicial Council unanimously rejects the bill of "judicial bodies"
- Residents of the "Tabloha" besieging the hospital of Tella in Menoufia after the death of a citizen on hunger strike
- The Football Association dissolved