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Egyptian newspapers headlines

Wednesday 19/June/2019 - 12:31 PM
Sada El Balad
Edited By: Rehab Sayed
Al-ahram
Egypt swelters through heatwave into weekend: Meteorologists
Al-Azhar's Grand Imam praises Mo Salah as 'a distinguished example for young people' in phone call
Imam Abdel-Fattah Imam، the Arabic reader's gateway to Hegel's philosophy، dies at 85
Renowned Egyptian professor of philosophy Imam Abdel-Fattah Imam، died Tuesday، 18 June، at the age of 85.
Imam was a prolific writer and translator. He authored and translated tens of philosophy books، mainly on the work of German philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel.
His works on Hegel are a must read for anyone who studies Hegel in Arabic.
Imam earned his PhD for his thesis “The evolution of the dialect after Hegel.”
He also translated parts of Hegel’s The Phenomenology of Spirit.
Imam was born in Egypt in 1934 to an Islamic scholar at Al-Azhar. He earned his MA in 1968 and then his PhD in 1972.


Al-akhbar
Egypt's army chief-of-staff meets Japanese Self-Defense Forces chief in Cairo
Egypt's State Information Service slams Human Rights Watch director's tweets on Morsi's death
Egypt introduces electronic sticker system to monitor traffic violations
Egypt's interior ministry has started applying a new traffic system where electronic stickers fixed to vehicles can monitor traffic violations، security sources said.

The stickers، which are fixed to car windshields، include a SIM card that carries all the vehicle's data، allowing authorities to track violations، licence expiration and traffic congestion. The data can be read by special infrared devices at traffic lights and by traffic officers on the streets.

Removing، hiding or manipulating the stickers will be punishable by fines.

The stickers will also allow car owners to make electronic payments of road fares، parking fees or fines after receiving short messages on their mobile phones.

Al-Masry alyoum
Belarus amb. asserts importance of outcome of Sisi's visit to Belarus
Egypt condemns terrorist attack in Somali's Mogadishu
CAPMAS reveals number of Egyptians abroad، migration and marriage of Egyptians from foreigners
The Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) revealed a report Tuesday showing that the number of Egyptians abroad reached 10.247 million، according to the Foreign Ministry estimates in 2017.

The report noted that the total number of Egyptians in Arab countries reached 6.985 million Egyptians، marking 68.2 percent.The number of Egyptians who acquired an immigrant status reached 348 in 2017، according to the report.

For the foreign nationalities granted to Egyptians، the report showed that the number of Egyptians who acquired foreign nationality during the period 2013-2017 reached to 2331 Egyptian.

Meanwhile، the number of foreigners who acquired the Egyptian nationality decreased by 75.1 percent from 2013 to 2017. The study pointed out that the sons of Egyptian mothers and foreign women married to Egyptian men are among the main reasons for obtaining the Egyptian nationality.

Egyptian Gazette
Egypt hosts regional conference on child marriage، FGM
Sweden seeks to increase cooperation with Egypt: Sweden official
Egypt hits highest growth rate of 5.6% in 11 years
Egypt achieved the highest growth rate in 11 years، recording 5.6 percent، during the third quarter of the current fiscal year، driven by increased investments and a significant increase in foreign trade movement، according to Ministry of Planning، Follow-up and Administrative Reform.

The ministry said during the activities of the Union for the Mediterranean Business Forum to promote the business environment and trade in the Euro-Mediterranean region، that the high growth rates affect the situation of unemployment and lead to an increase in jobs، noting that the unemployment rate fell from 13.6 percent in 2014 to 8.1 percent in the fourth quarter of the current fiscal year.

It pointed out that the State's efforts included encouraging the private sector and seeking to develop the SMEs sector and encouraging the integration of the informal sector in the formal sector، pointing out that the State is working to achieve this through an integrated perspective covering all aspects and initiatives supporting the working environment for these projects، including the financing aspect.

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