|May Day and the absent actor
The keyword these days is reform; but is there any chance of a spillover into the labour movement, asks Fatemah Farag
Journalists fight back
The Press Syndicate is up in arms over the recent prison sentencing of three journalists for libelling a government minister. Salonaz Sami reports
For the record
In what could be either the launch of his electoral campaign or his farewell message, President Mubarak looked back at his eventful career in a three-part television interview. Nevine Khalil tuned in
'Land of peace'
As part of celebrations marking the 23rd anniversary of Sinai's liberation from Israeli occupation, President Hosni Mubarak gave a speech in Ismailia on Saturday...
Veteran democrat to run for president
The Tagammu Party has announced that they will nominate Khaled Mohieddin for president -- if fair play is the name of the game. Fatemah Farag reports
Honouring a commitment
LAST night, at the Cairo headquarters of the Arab League, Mrs Suzanne Mubarak was named the leading Arab first lady of 2005...
'An honour to have tried'
ON WEDNESDAY security forces arrested dozens of Kifaya (Enough) movement activists and journalists as they rallied against a fifth mandate for President Hosni Mubarak...
Debate heats up over Article 76
Deputies from the Muslim Brotherhood railed against the ruling party in parliamentary debates about Article 76 this week. Gamal Essam El-Din reports
Learning to celebrate books
Will Egypt's first-ever involvement in World Book Day be the harbinger of good news for the publishing industry, Wonders Dina Ezzat
Bar battles rage on
The standoff between the Bar Association's Nasserist chairman and its Muslim Brotherhood-dominated council is, once again, coming to a head. Mona El-Nahhas reports