7am News Wrapup June 5

News & Politics:

The government is submitting its resignation Sunday to President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi.

Egypt’s presidency office did not invite Qatar, Turkey, Tunisia, or Israel to attend the inauguration ceremony of the newly elected president Sisi.

Ousted President Mohamed Morsi urged his supporters to continue demonstrating.

Giza Criminal Court adjourned Wednesday detained lawyer Hazem Abu Ismail’s trial over insulting police officers to Sept. 9.

Port Said Criminal Court adjourned Wednesday 191 Muslim Brotherhood members’ trial over storming al-Arab prison to July 20.

Minister of Environment Laila Iskander to attend World Environment Day celebrations.

The Ministry of Tourism launched Wednesday its Tourism Development Investment Fund (TDIF) worth 1$ billion.


The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) announced it would undertake 10 projects in Upper Egypt.

Minister of Industry and Investments Mounir Fakhry Abdel Nour discussed with Kuwaiti Ambassador Ways to support Kuwaiti investments in Egypt.

In Depth:

Several incidents of group sexual harassment occurred on Wednesday morning at the reopened metro line and at in Tahrir Square.

Governor of Cairo Galal Mostafa develops unsafe areas in 17 major slum neighborhoods.

Editor’s Pick:

Samir Sabry is the lawyer behind the banning of Muslim Brotherhood, April 6 and Hamas.

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