7am News Wrapup June 10
By The Cairo Post

President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi gave a speech to the nation late Sunday after swearing in at the Supreme Constitutional Court.

News:

Ministry of Antiquities discovered a 4,000 year old tomb in the Valley of the Nobles in Luxor’s west bank.

Number of students was arrested Monday after allegedly sharing answers to the Certificate of General Secondary Education (CGSE) exams.

Former interim president Adly Mansour’s decree against harassment needs not less than five to six years in order to be activated: I Saw Harassment campaign.

Alexandria Criminal Court released the police officer accused of torturing Sayed Belal to death.

Eleven human rights organizations issued a joint statement Monday expressing their deep concern regarding torture in Wadi al-Natroun prison.

Attorney General Hisham Barakat addressed the Medicine Syndicate after complaints of the worsening health of detained political activist Mohamed Sultan.

The National Organization for Human Rights in Bahrain held a conference to discuss establishing the Arab Court for Human Rights.

A new Metro station in Al-Salam city will be named after former interim President Adly Mansour.

Politics:

President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi said that the political crisis of the Renaissance Dam can be solved through real political will for cooperation.

Baseera for Public Opinion Research surveyed 1,823 Egyptians regarding interim President Adly Mansour’s performance and released their results Monday.

The National Alliance to Support Legitimacy (NASL) said they support the people’s revolution and called its supporters for protests on July 3, 2014.

Business:

The Egyptian Stock Exchange (EGX) Chairman met Monday the Belgium Ambassador in Cairo to discuss attracting new investments in the upcoming period.

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