Winning the fight
Addressing a gathering of state officials and police officers commemorating Police Day's Golden Jubilee on Sunday, President Hosni Mubarak said that Egypt is successfully winning its domestic fight against terrorism, reports Jailan Halawi
'The whole picture'
The economy and the peace process were high on the list of topics that President Hosni Mubarak discussed at the opening of the Cairo Book Fair. Shaden Shehab reports
Listening to the Other
A stalled peace process and the US-led "war on terror" are the biggest challenges to Egyptian-US relations. Soha Abdelaty reports
Who's the poorer?
A storm of controversy has erupted over reports of a bill bringing collection of zakat under government control. But the Ministry of Finance says it has all been a storm in a teacup, reports Mona El-Nahhas
By diplomatic means
As Israel steps up its violence against Palestinians, Cairo warns of 'dangerous' consequences, reports Soha Abdelaty.
In praise of compromise
Gamal Mubarak, head of the Future Generation Foundation (FGF), hosted a fund-raising dinner on Friday to support his non-profit organisation, which channels donations to train and educate selected university graduates, reports Dahlia Hammouda.
MPs in mudslinging match
The ruling National Democratic Party has used its majority to veto the discussion of embarrassing questions to cabinet ministers. Gamal Essam El-Din reports
Out of parliament, into jail
Final home for Tutankhamun's treasure
Following a conviction on corruption charges, businessman Fawzi El-Sayed has become the third MP to lose his parliamentary membership in only two months
The new Grand Egyptian Museum overlooking the Pyramids is in the process of becoming a reality. Nevine El-Aref examines the prospects
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