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Tue, 20 Apr 2021 - 09:27 GMT
Egypt’s Attorney general, Hamada El Sawy ordered Tuesday, the imprisonment of 23 defendants in Toukh train accident, including the driver and his assistant, and several workers and technical experts in the National Railways.
The step is part of the ministry's efforts to implement a modern concept of penal policy.
The JHU statistics showed that 3,030,557 million people have died from COVID-19 virus across the globe so far.
It aims to assist front-line medical workers, the elderly, people with chronic diseases, as well as those, displaced and living in refugee camps.
Suez Canal Authority Chairman Osama Rabie received Tuesday U.S. Central Command’s Director for Strategy, Plans, and Policy Scott Benedict in Ismailiyah.
Abed noted that the minister's visit will follow the issuance of the report of the technical committee determining the causes of Toukh train derailment.
The Egyptian premier is expected to meet with the Head of the Libyan Unity Government Abdul Hamid al-Dbaiba.
40 patients have died from the virus over the past 24 hours, raising the death toll to 12,778.
Chad President Idriss Deby was assassinated Tuesday by militants from the North after 30 years in rule and on the same day of reelection.
The message conveys the status quo of negotiations on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) and the Egyptian stance on the issue.
The Ethiopian claim that the two GERD bottom outlets are capable of enabling average flow of Blue Nile is incorrect, the Egyptian ministry said.