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Egypt’s local news digest July 3
Parliamentary delegation mediates between Fayoum families where man was paraded in lingerie 
 
A parliamentary delegation has intervened to reach reconciliation between two families in Fayoum, where a man was paraded in lingerie by his wife’s family, Member of Parliament Rabei Abou Latia told Youm7 in a Sunday report. The man had put pictures of his wife in the same lingerie on social media as she asked for divorce.

Egypt keeps removing oil slick along 5 kilos of Hurghada’s shores
 
For the eighth day in a row, Egypt’s Ministries of Environment and Petroleum continued their efforts to remove an oil spill spotted in the shores of Red Sea’s Hurghada since June 24, Youm7 reported head of the Central Administration for Environmental Disasters and Crises Kawrthar Hanafi. The slick of oil is estimated five kilos in length and five meters in width.
 
MoI opens new civil registry offices to facilitate services for civilians
 
Egypt will open Sunday  a number of offices of civil registry services nationwide to ease the crowd of people in the current offices, said Minister of Interior Aide Ehab Abdel-Rahman.

Police fire tear gas bomb to disperse residents for putting out fire in Delta
 
Security forces have dispersed a mob of people refused to put out a huge blaze in a house and wedding party hall by using the tear gas bombs in Santa city of Delta’s Gharbia. The local residents refused to distinguish the fire because the house and the hall are owned by a man accused of killing a male student and injuring three others over a dispute in relation with a girl, Youm7 reported.

31 fugitives from justice arrested in Sinai
 
The security forces, in cooperation with the military, have arrested a total of 31 fugitives from justice in restive North Sinai during the past two days. They fugitives have been transported to the concerned bodies for the investigations and to serve their terms in jails, state-owned newspaper al-Aharam reported Saturday evening.