A flurry of consultations
Egypt takes centre stage in efforts to bring the Palestinians and Israelis to the negotiating table, writes Nevine Khalil
Lakah's never-ending woes
Last week's court order against MP Rami Lakah appears to have opened a Pandora's box of controversies. Gamal Essam El-Din reports
'In my heart, only Palestine'
With diplomacy in deadlock and Israel aggressively pursuing its assassination policy against Palestinians, sentiments continue to run high in Egypt and other parts of the Arab world, writes Amira Howeidy
Preparations and inaugurations
Keeping a busy schedule this week, Mrs Suzanne Mubarak was in the limelight at a number of developmental and cultural functions in, and near, the Mediterranean city of Alexandria, writes Nevine Khalil.
Would the construction of a small 'lake' behind the Giza pyramids endanger the monuments? Nevine El-Aref delves into the latest controversy surrounding the use of the pyramids as a backdrop for cultural events
Fatemah Farag follows the turbulent flow of this year's annual flooding of the River Nile
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