Calls to cancel Uber’s license in Egypt after a new rape attempt

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The Egyptians have not yet forgotten the death incident of the “Shorouk Girl,” who threw herself from one of the cars of a company belonging to one of the most famous phone applications for smart transportation in Egypt, until they were surprised by a new accident involving a girl with a driver belonging to the same company.

The Egyptian police announced that they arrested a taxi driver belonging to one of the applications, after he was accused of trying to kidnap a girl and assault her at the threat of a knife, which resulted in her being injured.

The Egyptian Ministry of Interior said in a statement that the girl managed to escape, and the white weapon and car used in the incident were seized, and the necessary legal measures were taken.

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Details of the accident

Sally Awad, the sister of the woman who was involved in the accident, revealed the details. She started by ordering a taxi from Sally’s phone through the application, and ten minutes later Sally discovered that the trip had been cancelled.

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