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TV Host Tamer Amin Reinstated and Back on Air After Facing Serious Accusations

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TV presenter Tamer Amin has been reinstated and permitted to resume his TV show ”Akher El Nahar”on Al-Nahar channel after being accused of misogyny and sexism.

The accusations came after Amin insulted the husband of Olympic swimmer, gynecologist, and member of parliament Rania Elwani during a segment that was aired in June.

Elwani was praising her husband’s support and how he is handling the family and the kids to allow her to succeed as a global sports hero, a medical professional and a politician.

“He has supported me a lot. …In 2004, for instance, he was passing around flyers for my parliamentary election campaign,” she said, adding that her husband was tutoring their children at the moment of the interview.

That was when Amin started to mock the husband for doing what he considered as feminine duties saying, “How do you feel, Dr. Hany, when you’re walking across your reception or living room and find a trophy case with 48 medals and 97 trophies, etc., when the most you have ever achieved is winning a backgammon game at the neighborhood coffee shop?”

 

That of course triggered the National Council for Women to file  complaint against him with the Supreme Media Council. The show was briefly taken off air especially that he wasn’t even registered with Egypt’s Media Syndicate meaning that he wasn’t licensed to act as a media professional.

Now, the TV presenter is reinstated after having submitted all the needed paperwork for him to join Egypt’s Media Syndicate and work under its bylaws and policies.

 

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A Girl Harassed and Killed By Three Men In Maadi

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As we write this, we’re in deep and shock at what happened to a young victim in Maadi. A girl in her mid-twenties attacked by harassers to a death point…

The horrific incident happened in one of the streets of Maadi, the young girl was walking home, when suddenly three men started harassing her and when she tried to get away, the three men attacked her and dragged her for several meters on the asphalt.

Luckily, security services managed to identify three suspects after unloading footage from the security cameras around the area. Alerts have been sent out for the arrest of the three men responsible!

Our deepest condolences go to her family and friends, we’re still at shock and despair of what happened.

 

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This is How Egypt is Preparing For The Possible Second Wave of Coronavirus

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A second wave of the coronavirus is expected to hit and here’s how Egypt is preparing to face it!

Egypt’s Health Minister Hala Zayed said that if the wave does hit, Egypt will not force another lockdown and that it is preparing to face the second wave.

Egypt’s Health Minister Hala Zayed told the 67th session of the World Health Organization Regional Committee for the Eastern Mediterranean on Tuesday, that Egypt has learned from the first wave not to resort to the strategy of shutting down completely or even partially.

“This is the lesson we learned from the first wave; that countries should not resort to this strategy the way they did during the first wave, but should rather respond to surges in cases within localised [population] clusters,” Zayed said.

“However, all [precautionary] health measures will remain in place in the upcoming wperiod,” Zayed assured.

The minister also added that 2,300 persons have volunteered to undergo clinical trials in Egypt so far, and that 1,770 people have been subjected to full research.

The vaccine will be prepared at Factory 60 at VACSERA, the minister added.

Minister Hala Zayed also assured us that a number of 600 hospitals across the country are fully prepared to deal with any possible or sudden rise in number of cases.

During a press conference held in coordination with WHO, Zayed said: “we developed 45 fever and chest hospitals, and the development process of the remaining hospitals is underway.”

On an individual level, we must as well be prepared for a second wave and take precautionary levels to keep the number of cases at bay.

 

 

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Egypt Will Build the World’s Largest Spinning Factory

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The Holding Company for Cotton, Spinning, Weaving and Garments has signed a deal to build the largest spinning factory in the world right here in Egypt, at Misr Spinning and Weaving Company in El-Mahalla El-Kubra.

A statement by Ministry of Public Business Sector announced on Thursday. This comes in light of the Ministry’s plan to implement a comprehensive development plan for cotton and weaving industries.

The statement also indicated that the factory will be established on an area of ​​about 62,500 square meters, with the ability to accommodate more than 182 thousand spinners, with an average production capacity of 30 tons/day.

The construction work will begin soon and shall take around 14 months, with an estimate cost of around LE 780 million.

The contract was signed by Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Holding Company for Spinning and Weaving, Ahmed Mustafa, and Vice Chairman of the Board of Gamma Construction Ayman Saad.

“The plan to develop cotton and spinning and weaving companies takes about two and a half years at a cost that exceeds LE 21 billion, and includes a complete modernization in construction and machinery – which was contracted to supply from major international companies – and a comprehensive development in management, marketing and training systems,” the ministry added.

The aim of this ambitious plan is to turn 10 companies into strong entities, in order to double their current production capacity by 3 times. This way, these entities will be able to compete on a higher level.

 

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