|'We did not kill protesters'
The military council warns it will not tolerate "evil plans" being drawn up to split the country and sabotage its domestic front, Amirah Ibrahim reports
'Too little, too late'
The government's handling of Sunday's violent clashes between the military and protesters has left many commentators bewildered, reports Reem Leila
Anger at the SCAF was palpable during Monday's funeral procession of 17 victims killed in clashes between Coptic protesters and the army on Sunday, writes Khaled Dawoud
Onetime members of ousted president Hosni Mubarak's defunct ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) are among the first to register as candidates in the upcoming elections of the People's Assembly, reports Gamal Essam El-Din
There is no end in sight to the current spate of industrial unrest, reports Reem Leila
Air controllers clouded Egyptian airspace with a strike, reports Amirah Ibrahim
Political row over religious slogans
Ahead of the first parliamentary elections following the 25 January Revolution, the ruling military council decided to amend some controversial articles regulating the exercise of political rights. Gamal Essam El-Din reports
The withdrawal of the Wafd Party has left the Democratic Coalition for Egypt juggling seats, reports Amani Maged
A final separation
The controversial honeymoon between the Wafd Party and the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party is over, reports Mona El-Nahhas
Out of campus
Following nationwide protests by thousands of professors, the heads of the country's universities resigned, Reem Leila reports