|Walking a fine line
The Palestinian president is again soliciting Egypt's strength to keep Hamas inside the box. But, asks Dina Ezzat, is he having any success?
Diplomatic ups and downs
Egypt's ambassador to the US tells Dina Ezzat that Cairo cannot be used as a mere tool in the implementation of foreign regional strategies
Beyond his sell-by date?
Can Mamdouh Marei survive a cabinet reshuffle as justice minister? Most judges hope not, writes Mona El-Nahhas
A contempt well deserved?
Disinherited Egyptians have always vented about their government but, as Dina Ezzat finds out, they may have better reason to do so now than ever before
Positioning for power
The NDP's ninth congress is being trailed as an opportunity to restructure the party. But what might that involve, asks Gamal Essam El-Din
Cooking the books
Take two former ministers, a judge and a piece of government-owned land. Mix them together and you have the recipe for the latest corruption scandal, reports Karim El-Khashab
The last to go
Israeli control of the Al-Oja crossing means that hundreds of Palestinians remain stranded in Egypt, reports Serene Assir from North Sinai
Fourth time lucky?
The Wasat Party will once again apply for a licence, reports Mohamed El-Sayed
City under siege
Islamic Cairo is still waiting for a comprehensive urban development plan, much to the concern of the World Heritage Committee, writes Nevine El-Aref
Water is the great leveller. Well, almost, writes Karim El-Khashab