7am News Wrapup April 3
By EHAB EL-SHAZLY

The U.S. Embassy in Cairo denounced the bombing incident at Cairo University, along with presidential candidates Hamdeen Sabbahi and Abdel Fatah al-Sisi.

News & Politics:

Presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabbahi’s campaign is to file a complaint with the Presidential Electoral Commission against ”electoral violations.”

Security forces thwarted an attack on military vehicles near Rafah.

Electricity Ministry is studying fixed times for power cuts to avoid consequences of sudden power cuts.

Cairo University bombings loom over trading at the Egyptian Exchange.

In-Depth:

The U.S. Embassy in Cairo reaffirmed that stolen U.S. embassy vehicles were used in hit-and-run incidents during the January 25 Revolution.

Iranian Minister of Foreign Affairs deputy Hussein Amir Abdel Lahyan said ousted President Mohamed Morsi “made a mistake” and Egypt is returning to a democratic path.

Editor’s Pick:

The government permits use of coal as an energy source despite environmental concerns. The Cabinet approved the use of coal that abides by environmental standards.

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