|Mubarak trial on hold
Continuing delays in the trial of Hosni Mubarak send a mixed message to the public, reports Gamal Essam El-Din
The ramifications from the massacre of Copts on 9 October are a long way from ending, writes Dina Ezzat
A page reversed
Inhabitants of Sol, south of Cairo, have seen facilities in their village upgraded in the wake of sectarian clashes, Amirah Ibrahim reports
Is the grass greener?
This week's elections in Tunisia have inevitably led to comparisons with Egypt. But how many of them are fair, asks Amira Howeidy
At odds in court
The lawyers-judges crisis has not abated, Mona El-Nahhas reports
On and off
Islamist factions are sometimes one, sometimes not, Amani Maged reports
Journalists and activists complain freedom of speech is being curtailed, reports Mohamed Abdel-Baky
Journalists voted yesterday in their first Press Syndicate elections after the 25 January Revolution, hoping to assure the independence and role of the press in defending freedom of expression, Khaled Dawoud reports
Policemen want higher wages and the dismissal of the minister of interior, Reem Leila reports
Anis Mansour: 'He taught us how to read'
Egyptian journalist and intellectual Anis Mansour, who died last week, was a favourite writer for many older people. But he had his younger admirers too, says Ameera Fouad