Speaking in tongues
Amr El-Choubaki reviews the Muslim Brotherhood's 75 years of semi-political, semi- official history, and tries to answer the oft-whispered question: Can we trust them?
More than just neighbours
In an attempt to formulate a common Arab vision on how best to deal with the two most volatile situations in the region, Cairo continued diplomatic contacts with Arab leaders, reports Nevine Khalil
Obituary: Planting the seeds -- Adel Abu Zahra (1948-2003)
When Adel Abu Zahra died on 31 October, a great void was created in the local movements concerned with conservation, environmental protection and freedom of expression...
Nearly 700 people with Egyptian mothers and foreign fathers have recently become Egyptian citizens. Reem Leila tries to find out how many more will benefit from a long-awaited amendment to the Egyptian Nationality Law
Doomsday for draft-dodgers
The Supreme Administrative Court has rejected a draft dodging MP's last-ditch appeal, setting the stage for 15 MPs to be formally stripped of their seats. Gamal Essam El-Din reports
A circle of negligence
Two members of the Egyptian squad participating in the recent All Africa Games in Nigeria have died of cerebral malaria, while 24 others have been hospitalised. Inas Mazhar searches for answers
The State Department said on Monday that the United States stands behind its ambassador in Cairo David Welch after he came under fire for his "bold interference in the affairs of the Egyptian press"...