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Asyut

(æˈsjuːt) or

Assiut

n
(Placename) an ancient city in central Egypt, on the Nile. Pop: 417 000 (2005 est). Ancient Greek name: Lycopolis

A•syut

(ɑˈsyut)

n.
a city in central Egypt, on the Nile. 291,300.
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Hospitals of Alexandria, Asiut, Nasr City and El-Agouza in Cairo, have received 3,000 women and gave them the medicine they need for free.
On Thursday, security forces have raided a hideout of gunmen in Asiut killing seven "of the terrorists," the Egyptian Ministry of Interior said.
On Thursday, security forces raided a hideout of gunmen in Asiut killing seven terrorists, the Ministry of Interior said.
Ahmed Helmy, 50, a university professor, had come to voice his outrage at the military-backed overthrow of Morsi, travelling from the central province of Asiut at four in the morning.
Back to Africa, the top 10 are dominated by Egypt (6 universities) and South Africa (4 universities) with following ranking order: Cairo University, Ain Ashams, Cape Town, Pretoria, Stellenbosch, KwaZulu-Natal, Mansoura, German University in Cairo, Helwan, and Asiut.
Co Sama is the only airlines flying to Asiut directly from SaudiCo Fares starts from SR 290 Dammam-Beirut, and 390 Riyadh-AsiutCo Sama network covers 10 international cities with 23 routes
In Egypt, only one WPV type 1 confirmed case of polio was reported in 2004 (Figure 2); however, sampling of sewage indicates persistent, low-level transmission of two separate lineages of WPV type 1 across the country, particularly in Cairo/Giza (lower Egypt) and Minya and Asiut governorates (upper Egypt) (7).
En efecto, todavia quedan algunos nucleos cristianos esparcidos por ese inmenso territorio varias veces mas extenso que Europa, pero desde la Urfa turca hasta Asiut, en el Alto Egipto, todo son baldios.
The Gama'a al-Islarniyya developed as a movement, largely among students at Asiut University, in the early 1970s.
CAIRO, June 22 (KUNA) -- Security forces have raided a hideout of gunmen in Asiut killing seven "of the terrorists," the Egyptian Ministry of Interior said on Thursday.
The low-cost airline flies every Wednesday and Friday from Riyadh, and every Saturday, Tuesday, and Thursday from Jeddah to Sharm El Sheikh, Sama's third destination inside Egypt after Alexandria and Asiut, said an airline official.