|Dream or nightmare?
The government insists that the maltreatment of Egyptians abroad are isolated incidents while the victims' families appeal for a more vigorous defence of the rights of overseas Egyptians by the authorities, writes Gamal Nkrumah
Time for celebration
Last week, Copts celebrated the Feast of the Assumption, commemorating the ascension of the Virgin Mary to heaven. Between 7 and 22 August, millions of Egyptians, Copts and Muslims, paid their respects at Al-Drunka Monastery...
New poultry scare
Migrant birds have tested positive for the H7 strain of bird flu, reports Reem Leila
Downtown hotels were expecting an influx of Arab tourists this summer. So what happened, asks Rehab Saad
Stand off escalates
The confrontation between the government and the Muslim Brotherhood has reached new levels, writes Gamal Essam El-Din
The not-so-secret committee
Judges prepare themselves to resist attempts to further compromise their independence, writes Mona El-Nahhas
The Interior Ministry is attempting to improve its image. But will it wash with the public, reports Karim El-Khashab
Saadeddin Ibrahim finds himself the centre of yet another storm following an article written for The Washington Post, reports Karim El-Khashab