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Today’s headlines: December 28, 2016

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

Russian tourism to Egypt to resume and Dabaa nuclear power plant agreement to be signed within days, Al-Masry Al-Youm (page 1)

Administrative Control Authority issues major blow to corruption: LE150 million found at house of head of State Council’s procurement department, Al-Akhbar (page 1)

Government provisionally approves increase in pharmaceutical prices and refuses to cover difference in cost, Al-Shorouk (page 1)

Egypt’s Armed Forces Chief of Staff Mahmoud Hegazy leads successful meeting with Libyan public figures, media personnel and rights groups, Al-Dostour (page 1)

Swiss government: ‘There are no barriers to lifting freeze on former President Mubarak’s assets,’ Al-Bawaba (page 1)

Federation of Egypt Chambers of Commerce decries new investment law, Al-Dostour (page 1)

Egyptian Exchange Chairman Mohamed Omran states Egypt’s stock market has posted largest growth worldwide in 2016, increasing by 102%, Youm7 (page 3)

Parliament discusses taxing electronic trade, Al-Watan (page 1)

Iraqi ambassador to Egypt: ‘Pipeline to transfer oil and gas to Egypt to cost US$3 million,’ Al-Masry Al-Youm (page 1)

Armed Forces to expand production of commercial products in accord with orders from Sisi, Al-Ahram (page 1)

Interior Ministry states that Al-Ahly FC and Zamalek FC match to occur without fan attendance, Al-Watan (page 1)

Egyptian Meteorological Authority: ‘Recent thunderstorms and snow to abate by Saturday,’ Al-Shorouk (page 1)

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