7am News Wrapup April 6

News & Politics:

Nubians requested a curfew be imposed in Khor Awada, an area in east Aswan where deadly violence occurred.

The Canadian Embassy in Cairo said that the Muslim Brotherhood is not yet listed as a terrorist organization in Canada.

Police forces arrested a hotel employee in Marsa Allam following Dutch tourist claims of sexual assault by employee at Red Sea hotel.

The Egyptian drivers who were detained by militants in Libya with their trucks are driving back to Egypt.


Egyptian Trade Union Federation supports Abdel Fatah al-Sisi’s nomination to run in presidential election.

The Freedom of the Brave movement organized protest along with a group of activists, human rights defenders and lawyers in front of the Supreme Court to demand the release of political prisoners and to condemn the mistreatment of detained activist Ahmed Doma.

Editor’s Pick:

Egypt’s up-to-the-minute political debate backfires at Sabbahi

“If Egyptians are seeking a man of state, they certainly do not want a statesman. Becoming a statesman does not mean belonging to a regime people overthrew twice in three years,” Sabbahi tweeted.

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