Medmark’s efforts come as part of the ministry’s efforts caring for those infected with the virus, whilst also helping raise healthcare service levels and reduce risks for medical staff.
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Prosecution will investigate alleged corruption in syndicate
Developing Internet speed will increase the volume of e-commerce and help in expansion, same goes for call centres, where Egypt is the pioneer country within the Middle East.
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International financing institutions confirm attendance to Egypt’s Economic Summit this month
Visit is expected to discuss potential collaboration between the two countries
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Syndicate says proof exists that meetings with health ministry do not solve any problems
Daily News Egypt interviews the General Manager of Visa in the North and Francophone Africa region Tarek Elhousseiny
Amendments made to maximum income law, published in official gazette
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Investigations judge had ordered detention of former Al-Ahram official for 15 days
Islamic bonds forced widespread criticism
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Defendants forged official documents, taking in more than EGP 7m
All had been accused of murder among other charges
Syndicate claims similar procedures were taken with all other victims of clashes, disputed by members
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Egyptian Centre for Economic and Social Rights releases report demonstrating social and economic rights violations ahead of UN evaluation of Egypt’s adherence to the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
The Illicit Gains Authority has ordered the renewed detention of ousted president Mubarak