Qalyub


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Qalyub

(käl`yo͞ob), town (1986 pop. 84,413), N Egypt, on the Nile River, part of metropolitan Cairo. It is the trade center for a densely populated agricultural region.
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The fund is directed toward improving five informal areas in greater Cairo: Matariya, Giza's Old Boulaq, Qalyub, Shubra and Khosoos in Qaliubiya Governorate.
Later in Qalyub, north of Cairo, street battles killed three people, one of them run over by a train as he tried to escape the violence.
CCHFV belongs to the genus Nairovirus (family Bunyaviridae), which contains 7 serogroups: CCHFV, Dugbe virus, Hughes virus, Sakhalin virus, Dera Ghazi Khan virus, Qalyub virus, and Thiafora virus.
Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever virusun de icinde bulundugu Nairovirus grubu, toplam yedi farkli serogrup virus tarafindan olusturulur (Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever virus, Dera Ghazi Khan virus, Dugbe virus, Hughes virus, Qalyub virus, Sakhalin virus ve Thiafora virus).
Rabie Ibrahim Malgoub was fined $150 and sentenced to one year in jail by a provincial court in Qalyub for "immense medial negligence" when a fourteen-year old girl died as a result of FGM, performed by him in April 1996.
Head of European Union delegation to Egypt, James Moran announced in a press conference on Thursday that this fund would be directed toward improving five informal areas in greater Cairo: Matariya in Cairo, Giza's Old Boulaq, Qalyub, Shubra and Khosoos in Qaliubiya governorates.