Four months after Mubarak's ouster, Egyptians are still finding it difficult to conduct a peaceful dialogue over crucial national issues, Khaled Dawoud reports
Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi, head of Egypt's ruling military council, held talks with Jordan's King Abdullah II on Tuesday in Cairo...
Secular opposition slams new electoral law
While amendments to the electoral law have faced strong criticism from secular opposition forces, they have been welcomed by the Islamist movements, reports Gamal Essam El-Din
Prosecuting the Mubaraks at last
In a bid apparently aimed at containing a second "Friday of Anger" demonstration tomorrow, ousted president Hosni Mubarak and his two sons were referred to trial Tuesday, Gamal Essam El-Din reports
Obama's latest speech on the Middle East was warmly welcomed on the official level, but the larger Arab public remained indifferent and sceptical, reports Khaled Dawoud
Which way ahead?
Discourse marked a recent Cairo seminar on the post-revolutionary challenges facing Egypt, reflecting controversies in society as a whole, says Doaa El-Bey
Faculty and students at Cairo University's department of mass communication ended their protests this week after the university president sidelined the faculty's dean, reports Reem Leila
Youth movements have called on the Egyptian people to go to Tahrir Square Friday, but they are divided on their demands and the form of the protest, reports Mohamed Abdel-Baky
On the way to smarter voting
The software companies have developed the technology, but is Egypt ready for electronic voting, asks Ahmed Kotb
Doctors strike on hold
Health Ministry doctors have suspended industrial action after the government promised to increase its budget, reports Reem Leila
New tombs, so where are the tourists?
The New Kingdom cemetery on the southern edge of the Saqqara necropolis has been opened for the first time following restoration, reports Nevine El-Aref