Limits to 'reasonable response'
In the wake of President Mubarak's Camp David summit with President Bush, it appears that Cairo and Washington did not see eye to eye on how to overcome the crisis in the Middle East. Nevine Khalil and Soha Abdelaty report
Flogging a dead horse
One of Al-Azhar's committees recently gave the green light to a draft law banning the sale of alcoholic beverages. Mona El-Nahhas looks into the implications
'Sick and tired of watching Palestinians die'
Attempts by young men and women to cross the border to Palestine to join the resistance became "nothing unusual", according to security officials. Khaled Dawoud tries to find out what's driving them across the border
The business of bribery
In the second harshest verdict handed down to an official charged with corruption this year, Maher El-Guindi, a former governor, was sentenced to seven years. Gamal Essam El-Din reports
Sifting through the evidence
Amid a war of words in the media, Egyptian investigators have begun their work to prepare a report on the EgyptAir 843 crash in Tunis last month. Amira Ibrahim reports
Clamping down on torture?
Human rights activists concede that the Ministry of Interior is now tougher on officers charged with torture, especially if the torture has led to death. Yet, they told Khaled Dawoud, a lot more needs to be done
Ready for Viagra
No one really knows why it took the Ministry of Health so long to decide, but local production of Viagra is finally at hand, reports Fatemah Farag