|Eyes wide open
For the first time since the 1952 Revolution, the referendum over constitutional amendments witnessed true judicial supervision, Mona El-Nahhas reports
What did NGO monitors say about the referendum? Mohamed Abdel-Baky finds out
Saying no to no
Amira Howeidy ponders the meaning of the overwhelming yes vote on constitutional amendments
A justified fear?
The activists who kick-started the revolution are being forced to develop strategies against the Islamisation of Egypt, reports Dina Ezzat
'A different kind of welcome'
In his first tour of the region following revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon received a "different kind of welcome" in Tahrir Square, reports Khaled Dawoud
Guardians of guards
The position of Egypt's minister of state for antiquities affairs has been placed on hold until further notice. As Nevine El-Aref writes, the consequences could be dire
Ex-ministers face trial
Three former cabinet ministers facing corruption charges claim they were simply following orders from the president's office, reports Gamal Essam El-Din
Egypt's once widely feared interior minister Habib El-Adli stands accused of issuing orders to kill pro-democracy demonstrators in Tahrir Square on 28 January and of peddling influence for profit, reports Gamal Essam El-Din
Egyptian authorities say they have uncovered an Israeli espionage network, reports Reem Leila