7 pm News Wrapup May 10


A police officer was killed Saturday by unidentified gunmen in a taxi, while the officer was driving his car on the Fayoum-Cairo road in the vicinity of Fayoum’s Sinnuras Center.

Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy said that the Egyptian authorities are following the details of the arrest of three Egyptians in Ethiopia.

Cairo Criminal Court adjourned on the trial of Hosni Mubarak, his two sons, and former Interior Minister Habib al-Adly to May 12.

Shubra al-Kheima Criminal Court adjourned the trial of former Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide Mohamed Badie to May 18 in the case known as the “Qalyubia highway” trial to finish hearing the defense.

Security forces on the Egyptian-Libyan border in Salum arrested 54 persons of Egyptian and Sudanese nationality Saturday, accused of attempting to illegally enter Libya.


Politicians criticized Salafist Nour Party for their controversial stance in the political scene.

Political activist Alaa Abdel Fatah’s trial along 24 others was postponed to consider the defense’s request to change the judges, for the case known as “Shura Council incidents” last November.

A recent statement by the Muslim Brotherhood urging democracy does not mean the group will participate in the upcoming presidential elections.


A lawsuit demanding the closure of the Qatari-owned Al-Jazeera Mubasher Misr, the Egyptian affiliate of Al-Jazeera news network, for being “biased” was referred to the Board of State Commissioners Saturday.

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