Assiut


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Assiut

(æˈsjuːt)
n
(Placename) a variant spelling of Asyut
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The event was held under the auspices of His Excellency Yasser el Desouki, Governor of Assiut, and with the support of the Assiut Businessmen Association.
Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation Hossam El -- Moghazy met with President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi to discuss the ministry's ongoing projects on Saturday, including the New Assiut Barrage project.
The first phase of the electoral process is being held in Al-Giza, Al-Fayoum, Bani Swaif, Al-Minya, Assiut, Al-Wadi Al-Gedid, Sohag, Luxor, Aswan, the Red Sea, Alexandria, Al-Behaira, Marsa Matrouh and Qena.
GE is providing its advanced D200 steam turbines to upgrade the West Damietta and Assiut Power Plants to generate an additional 750MW through combined-cycle operation, taking the total capacity of the two plants to 2.
The contract with Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC) and Assiut Oil Refining Company (ASORC) for the modernisation project of the Assiut refinery, Upper Egypt, is designed to refine the "bottom of the barrel" in the frame of the long-standing cooperation between Italian and Egyptian Governments and companies, especially in the oil and gas sector.
The decrease in number of cities served follows the temporary closure of Assiut International Airport for renovations since June 2014.
The Criminal Court in the southern Egyptian city of Assiut, also gave a three-year jail term each to five other Islamists on charges of inciting violence in the same case related to the killing of three civilians in the city during mid-2013 protests against president Mohammad Mursi of the Muslim Brotherhood, the sources added.
The death came just days after another woman died of bird flu in the neighboring province of Assiut on November 17.
She died in a hospital in the southern city of Assiut, the statement on the official MENA news agency said.
The September 2013 report, which is based on official figures and statistics from Kuwait's Directorate General for Civil Aviation, also showed that the airline was a market share leader to Egypt's Sharm El Sheikh, Assiut, Luxor and Sohag.
The August 2013 report, which is based on official figures and statistics from Kuwait's Directorate General for Civil Aviation (DGCA), shows that the increase was supported by the rise in flown passengers on 11 routes which serve the cities of Dubai, Bahrain, Beirut, Amman, Riyadh, Istanbul, Mashhad and Egypt's Sharm El Sheikh, Luxor, Assiut and Sohag.
The increase was led by significant passenger pick-up on routes serving Dubai, Beirut, Amman, Jeddah, Cairo, Sharm El Sheikh, Assiut and Sohag, said a media statement.