'We should not lose focus'
As the US steps up preparations to invade Iraq, Arab countries are squabbling amongst themselves. Dina Ezzat reports
Betting on the willing nations
The United States and Britain are continuing to push for war against Iraq -- in spite of protests around the world and a major setback in the Bush administration's efforts to deploy troops in Turkey. Khaled Dawoud reports from Washington
Leading figures of the Iraqi opposition derided US administration plans to appoint a US military governor to rule in post-Saddam Iraq. Omayma Abdel-Latif reports
The bottom line
US-Turkey relations took a turn for the worse last week as Ankara urged Washington to offer it more money in compensation for economic losses resulting from a war on Iraq. Gareth Jenkins reports
On 15 February, the world saw mass demonstrations opposing war in Iraq, with people protesting in some 60 countries and 300 cities across the globe. People from all walks of life took to the streets, from Sydney to Berlin, from Rome to New York, to send a message to their leaderships that came through loud and clear:
Stop the war
In London, Nyier Abdou shadowed the organisers of the largest demonstration in British history and joined the crowds coursing through the city's streets
Where did all the anger go?
In Europe, Asia, the US and Australia, millions marched against war. In Egypt, only a few hundred took to the streets. Amira Howeidy wonders why