7pm News Wrapup (3/31/2014)

The Ministry of Interior released on its official Youtube channel a video containing “confessions” of Muslim Brotherhood member Ahmed Abdou Ali Afifi about spying accusations against Mohamed Morsi. The National Center for Social and Criminological Research in coordination with the National Council for Human Rights launched Sunday a four-day training program to combat human trafficking and illegal immigration.


News & Politics:

The Nour Party denied reports that it would support former Defense Minister Abdel Fatah al-Sisi for president.

The case of the death of journalist Mayada Ashraf and two others was referred to the General Prosecution for investigations.

Several political parties demanded Sunday that the High Presidential Elections Commission impose strict control on presidential campaign funding.



Minister of Planning and International Cooperation Ashraf al-Araby is scheduled to sign an agreement Monday with the Kuwaiti Fund for Arab Economic Development, to establish an electricity station in Asyut.



Cairo Criminal Court adjourned Monday the trial of 20 defendants, including four detained Al-Jazeera English reporters, to April 10.

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