Dealing with 'gangsters'
As Israel steps up its 'targeted assassinations,' Egypt has rejected the idea of an Arab summit, much to the Palestinians' dismay, in favour of trying to convince the US and Europe to save the day. Tarek Atia reports
In a gesture of appreciation and support, Mrs Suzanne Mubarak met on Sunday, for the first time ever, with this year's top-scoring graduates of the thanawiyya amma (secondary school certificate) and technical institutes at the presidential headquarters.--read on--
Religious or political?
Despite subdued expressions of anger over Israeli atrocities, public support for the Palestinian cause has never been stronger, analysts tell Omayma Abdel-Latif
The oppressed versus the oppressors
A newly-formed Egyptian organisation is tackling the fight against racism. But as Nadia Abou El-Magd reports, unlike the upcoming World Conference Against Racism in Durban, its agenda is topped by the struggle against Zionism
Waiting for care
Banished to an untended hospital courtyard, an ancient Pharaonic statue could benefit from a little attention. Nevine El-Aref wonders if the SCA will save the day
Worse than death?
Following a seven-hour session, the curtain fell on the Arkadia Mall trial. Shaden Shehab reports
Independent MPs have introduced bills to bar 'uneducated' citizens and those with 'dual-nationality' from running in general elections. Gamal Essam El-Din reports
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