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Today’s headlines: September 28

The headlines in today’s main state and privately owned newspapers:

Sisi: We aim to accomplish democracy and social justice, Al-Wafd (page 3)

American investors admit New York Times mistakes regarding Egypt in front of Sisi. Sisi: I’m prepared to pardon journalists sentenced in absentia, Youm7 (page 1)

Resolving the Palestinian cause will change face of the region for the better. Sisi: Relations with US are stable … We aim to keep Syria unified, Al-Ahram (page 1)

55 Egyptian martyrs in Mecca … 120 missing, Al-Masry Al-Youm (page 1)

Ministry of Endowments warns against using universities to spread extremist beliefs … Calling for strict action against vandals, Al-Dostour (page 5)

British government reopens Muslim Brotherhood file, Al-Shorouk (page 1)

Parties and lists prepare to launch electoral campaigns, Al-Ahram (page 1)

Today… High Administrative Court determines fate of Ahmed Ezz and Sama al-Masry in elections, Youm7 (page 1)

Ministry of Finance mulls providing farmers with financial support according to diesel fuel consumption, Al-Masry Al-Youm (page 2)

Source: Fuel crises to be resolved once and for all in January, Al-Watan (page 1)

Armed Forces continues second phase of Operation Martyrs’ Rights, Youm7 (page 3)

Sources: 125 cases of harassment in downtown Cairo during Eid, settlement by 25 women, Al-Watan (page 2)

 

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