7am News Wrapup April 10
By MOHAMED ABDEL MEGEED

Elections Committee opens registration for journalists to cover the presidential elections.

Al-Azhar University’s student union blamed the university administration for the death of two students in Tuesday clashes on campus.

The African Union delegation to Egypt held a closed meeting with the leaders of the National Alliance Supporting Legitimacy.

News & Politics:

The Press Syndicate hosted a round table to establish a media “code of honor” that would protect women’s rights.

The appeal trial of former President Hosni Mubarak was adjourned to Thursday.

The Cabinet decided to lower the prices of goods by 10 to 15 percent in all consumer cooperative supermarkets.

Business:

The Egypt Exchange closed Wednesday, offsetting morning loss boosted by purchases of national and Arab institutions.

In-Depth:

Widening Port Said’s Gomhoreya Street raises controversy among residents of the governorate.

Editor’s Pick:

The Muslim Brotherhood denied responsibility for the recent attacks, accusing the “military coup’s authority in Egypt,” of false accusations.

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