7am News Wrapup June 7

News &Politics:

The Cairo governorate announced a state of emergency for governorate apparatuses until the inauguration ceremony of President-elect Abdel Fatah al-Sisi.

April 6 Youth Movement founder Ahmed Maher was accused of inviting foreign interference after he addressed U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry in a letter published in The Washington Post.

All malaria-infected patients in Aswan have recovered and left the hospital except two.


The World Bank issued a report in May regarding traffic congestion in Cairo Metropolitan Area (GCMA) at the request of the Egyptian government.

Editor’s Pick:

The FreeMahienour Facebook page posted a letter written by jailed activist Mahienour el-Masry in May about her cellmates.

Egypt commemorated the anniversary of the June 6 2010 death of Khaled Said, which sparked the 2011 January 25 Revolution.

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