|Lebanon calls again
Against a backdrop of mounting political tension over summer-scheduled parliamentary elections, Lebanese majority leader Saad Al-Hariri arrived in Cairo Tuesday for talks with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak...
Free and defiant
Opposition leader Ayman Nour is released from prison earlier than scheduled but vows to continue the struggle. Mona El-Nahhas reports on the sudden reprieve
With Hamas-Israel truce talks on hold, Cairo turns its focus on Palestinian reconciliation, Dina Ezzat reports
What would become of Sudan? Dina Ezzat seeks an answer from concerned officials and interviews Minni Arko Minnawi, a controversial Darfur leader who is now in peace with the challenged regime of Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir
Holding the warrant
Why would Egypt work against the International Criminal Court arresting Sudan's president?
Reach out for Darfur
Minni Arko Minnawi tells Al-Ahram Weekly that Egypt can be a prime mediator securing comprehensive peace in Sudan
Truck drivers are trucking and pharmacies are open. Reem Leila reports on how two strikes were headed off simultaneously
Taxing times for patients
Pharmacists who began a strike this week in response to new tax regulations have suspended their action after talks with the government
Driving a bargain
Trailer drivers halt their four-day strike after reaching a compromise
Judges calling for reform are defeated in elections at Cairo Judges' Club, reports Mona El-Nahhas
The People's Assembly faces a packed schedule of new political, economic and social laws before it adjourns in June, reports Gamal Essam El-Din
The former president shall never cease to be controversial, writes Dina Ezzat
A conflict of interests?
Gamal Essam El-Din follows the heated discussions that accompanied a draft law regulating the trial of cabinet ministers