Al-Ahram Weekly Online   22 - 28 January 2004
Issue No. 674
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Strategising for peace
The Palestinian-Israeli conflict, America's Syria bashing and reforming the Arab League topped Cairo's diplomatic agenda this week. Gamal Essam El-Din reports

Ironing out the differences
Khartoum looks to Cairo to throw a lifeline, and Egypt readily obliges, reports Gamal Nkrumah

Asserting the 'priceless value' of rights
With the National Council for Human Rights becoming a reality, Amira Howeidy seeks answers to pertinent questions

Open season on Ebeid government
Prime Minister Atef Ebeid's government had one of its toughest weeks -- both in parliament and in the press. Gamal Essam El-Din reports

Settling for small steps
What's next for the Muslim Brotherhood? Omayma Abdel-Latif speaks to the group's new supreme guide about future plans

Piecing together a tragedy
While private Egyptian airlines have come under fire, investigations into the cause of the Sharm El-Sheikh plane crash continue. Amira Ibrahim reports

Ancient pots and pans
An underwater archaeology expedition at Abu Qir bay yields yet another treasure trove. Nevine El-Aref examines the newly emerged collection

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