Countdown to 'New Thinking'
The two-year conflict between the ruling NDP's old guard and its younger members is expected to reach a climax when its general congress meets next week. Gamal Essam El-Din reports
Cairo resumes Sudan effort
Cairo has a new opportunity to bring peace to war-torn Sudan, after the breakdown of the Machakos agreement. Soha Abdelaty reports
A worthy investment
UNICEF Deputy Executive Director Karin Sham Poo, in Cairo to attend the launch of The Situation of Egyptian Children and Women: A Rights-Based Approach -- a joint report by UNICEF, the National Council for Childhood and Motherhood (NCCM) and the Ministry of Planning, spoke to Dahlia Hammouda of her assessment of progress made in the state of Egypt's children and her hopes for the future
Lady of the law
Mufida Abdel-Rahman: (1914-2002)
Tough sentencing for some
The military trial of 94 Islamists charged with assassinating top officials and aiding Hamas and Chechen fighters finally came to an end on Monday. Khaled Dawoud was there
'Giants', sleeping and on the run
Islamists taking part in a Cairo seminar called upon the US to change its "biased" policies and embrace peaceful coexistence with the Islamic world. Jailan Halawi writes
A final warning?
Urban encroachment in Old Cairo continues to threaten Islamic monuments. Nevine El-Aref looks at what precautions can be taken