7am News Wrapup May 6


The Cairo Criminal Court postponed the trial of Hosni Mubarak and his sons in the case of killing protesters to May 10.

A 60-year-old woman was reported dead on Monday evening in the governorate of Menoufia, suspected to have been struck ill by the coronavirus after returning from Saudi Arabia.

The energy ministry aims to curb summer power outages.


Abdel Fatah al-Sisi said the Egyptians’ will is his “magic wand.”

Meanwhile, a conference of Egyptian tribes endorsed Sisi on Monday.


The Economic Misdemeanor Court Saturday fined Mobinil 100,000 EGP for publishing an advertisement claiming it led Egypt’s mobile networks in data and voice quality.

The Arab Swiss Engineering Company (ASEC) has signed an agreement to manage and operate the Mozambique company Cimento Nacional.

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Aya Hegazy, a dual Egyptian-American citizen, was arrested with three others on charges of pushing street children to participate in protests, as well as operating an NGO without a license.

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