|D for diversity
At the 38th Cairo Book Fair, Nevine El-Aref reports, the German guest-of-honour presentation will add to an atmosphere of diversity in which discipline figures high
Honouring scientific achievements
YESTERDAY, President Hosni Mubarak rekindled one of the state's neglected commitments: honouring scientists and their achievements...
Omayma Abdel-Latif explores the price the National Democratic Party may have to pay to keep its majority in the parliamentary assembly intact
America not overly impressed
The US House overwhelmingly adopted a harsh-worded resolution criticising Egypt's recent presidential and parliamentary elections. Khaled Dawoud reports from Washington
End in sight?
Ailing and weak from a hunger strike, Ghad Party Chairman Ayman Nour awaits Saturday's verdict. Mona El-Nahhas reports
US-based expatriate Coptic activist Michael Mounir spoke to Salonaz Sami during a recent, highly controversial, visit to Egypt
Higher fees, higher threat
Increased security measures at the Suez Canal coincided with a decision to raise fees for the second year in a row, reports Amirah Ibrahim
Is there more to the Egyptian TV corruption scandal than meets the eye? Mohamed El-Sayed investigates