Reform topped Egypt's diplomatic agenda this week, reports Rasha Saad
IRANIAN President Mohamed Khatami (l) receives Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher in Tehran on Tuesday, a day before the start of the fourth Developing Eight Countries (D8) summit...
Reform and reformulating
Some of the details of America's new initiative for a more democratic Middle East emerged last week. Gamal Essam El-Din reports on the lukewarm reaction in official circles
Women's equality equals peace
Dina Ezzat watches as the Suzanne Mubarak Women's International Peace Movement tries to make its voice heard
Guilt by name only
A rally held at the American University in Cairo highlights the lack of due process for detained Palestinians, and one in particular. Reem Nafie reports
Renaissance for downtown treasure trove?
Wafaa El-Sediq -- the newly appointed curator of the Egyptian museum -- tells Nevine El-Aref about her bold plans for the antiquity showcase's future
Web libel case compounds Labour woes
The frozen Labour Party's online mouthpiece is in trouble, signalling more bad news for the party's attempts to resolve its other troubles. Mona El-Nahhas reports
Crash cause remains elusive
Although the black boxes from the Boeing 737 that plunged into the Red Sea on 3 January have been examined, the cause of the tragic crash remains a mystery. Amira Ibrahim reports