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31injured after bus flips over on Safaga-Qena road

Thirty-one people were injured Thursday after a bus flipped over on the Safaga-Qena road.

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Global press freedom hits fresh lows: watchdog

World press freedom has hit its lowest level in a decade, amid regression in Egypt, Turkey and Ukraine, and U.S. efforts to curb national security reporting, a survey showed Thursday.

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Arab League chief leaves for UAE

Arab League Secretary General Nabil el-Arabi left for the UAE on Thursday to take part in a high-level ministerial UN meeting on climate changes in Abu Dhabi.

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Visa collaborating with government on online payment services

Visa is currently working to launch new online payment services in the Egyptian market “very soon”, according to Tarek Elhousseiny, general manager of Visa in the North and Francophone Africa.

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Banning 6 April movement is a clear violation of citizens’ rights

Human Rights Watch, 30 April 2014 - An Egyptian court’s ban on the activities of the 6 April Movement is a clear violation of citizens’ rights to free association, peaceful assembly, and free expression, Human Rights Watch said today. Rather than enforce the ruling against the youth opposition movement, authorities should dedicate themselves to overturning it in court.

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Interim President Mansour suggests Egypt could revive privatisation

Reuters - Egypt’s Interim president suggested on Wednesday the biggest Arab nation was open to the idea of resuming privatisation, a move that could help revive confidence in the battered economy after years of turmoil.

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Ministries to invest EGP 15m in updating GAFI’s IT infrastructure

Minister of Communication and Information Technology Atef Helmy signed Tuesday a EGP 15m agreement with Minister of Industry, Foreign Trade and Investment Mounir Fakhry Abdel Nour to develop the technological infrastructure and update information systems of the General Authority for Investment and Free Zones (GAFI).

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