7am News Wrapup May 14
By THE CAIRO POST

News & Politics:

Violent clashes erupted in Suez between Muslim Brotherhood supporters and security forces.

A police officer was killed in the city of Shebin el-Qanater in Qalyubia.

Egyptian authorities have not yet disclosed the place of hunger-striking Al-Jazeera journalist Abdullah Elshamy, after he was transferred from his Tora Prison cell.

Clashes erupted in Azhar University Tuesday evening between student protesters and security forces.

Egypt’s Media Production City may have been considered a target by Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis.

Business:

Following its approval of coal as a source for energy, the government agreed Tuesday to resume operations at the El Maghara coal mine in Arish.

Telecom Egypt (TE) earned 549 million EGP ($78) in net profits during the first quarter of 2014.

Government bodies and public sector companies may not import goods that have domestically-produced counterparts without ministerial approval.

In-Depth:

A new treatment for hepatitis C awaits registration by the Egyptian government.

The Civil Avaition Ministry will distribute a film to EgyptAir informing passengers how they can prevent corona virus infection.

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