|Feeling the squeeze
The state-owned press owes billions. They are debts, writes Fatemah Farag, that land both the government and its media in a quandary
Although investigations are still underway, Reem Leila discovers that the scandal of contaminated blood bags has discouraged people from donating their blood
Towards zero tolerance?
Jailan Halawi examines the background to the latest clampdown against the Muslim Brotherhood
As the People's Assembly votes in favour of President Hosni Mubarak's proposed constitutional amendments, opposition and independent MPs are in disarray, reports Gamal Essam El-Din
Judges call for monitors
Should Article 88 be amended to limit judicial supervision of elections then the poll should be internationally monitored, say judges. Mona El-Nahhas reports
More than semantics
A Coptic demand to downplay or even remove Islamic Shari'a as the main source of legislation has provoked a heated debate, writes Gihan Shahine
'No need to panic'
Reem Leila reports on attempts to contain a fresh outbreak of Avian Flu
Attacker on the loose
Security forces are searching for a man whose attacks on young women have spread panic among the residents of New Maadi, reports Jailan Halawi
By overhauling its news programmes, Egyptian television hopes to compete with top Arab channels. Hanan Sabra adjusts her screen