Al-Ahram Weekly Online   21 - 27 January 2010
Issue No. 982
Egypt
 
Published in Cairo by AL-AHRAM established in 1875

Egypt first?
Dina Ezzat reports on the changing direction of Egyptian-Arab relations
Small change
Human rights in Egypt are once again the subject of debate, reports Mohamed Abdel-Baky
Ten years on
MRS SUZANNE Mubarak presided over the National Council for Women's (NCW) 27th meeting on Saturday, reports Reem Leila
The big move
The organ transplant law has been approved by the Shura Council. The next stop is the People's Assembly, reports Reem Leila
A cat can look at a queen
Remains of a temple built by Queen Berenike and a vast collection of Ptolemaic statues have been unearthed at Kom Al-Dikka in Alexandria. Nevine El-Aref reports
Spreading tolerance
The People's Assembly called for the formation of a higher council for citizenship as a step to contain tension between Muslims and Christians, reports Gamal Essam El-Din
A brief interlude?
Swine flu infection rates fell in the last two weeks, though officials warn the drop could be temporary, reports Reem Leila
MB's coming task
Mohamed Badei, the newly-elected supreme guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, says the movement is committed to political reform through peaceful means and dialogue, Gamal Essam El-Din reports

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