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Egypt swears in new ministers after cabinet reshuffle

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Egyptian president Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi swore in 13 new ministers on Sunday after parliament approved its first major cabinet reshuffle since 2019 a day earlier. The reshuffle replaced the heads of the ministries of public enterprises, water resources and irrigation, trade and industry, and tourism, among others. Key portfolios including finance, foreign affairs, and supply remained unchanged. The decision to replace outgoing irrigation minister Mohamed Abdel Aty comes just a day after Addis Ababa announced it had finished its third filling of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam. (Reuters)

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