Al-Ahram Weekly Online   26 February - 3 March 2004
Issue No. 679
International
Current issue
Previous issue
Site map
Published in Cairo by AL-AHRAM established in 1875
Text menu below
Comment Recommend Batch view

Indefinitely Indefinite?
The United States says it has the right to indefinitely detain foreign suspects without charges or trial as long as the war against terror continues, Khaled Dawoud reports from Washington

Kerry stands for change
The presidential hopeful wants change at home and in foreign relations. Mahmoud Murad recalls an evening spent with Senator Kerry in Luxor

Losing ticket
Dissatisfaction with "one-party democracy" could drive voters to bring Canada's government down, writes Aziza Sami from Montreal

Selling out to the new world order
Spain seeks to sell two warships to Israel in what would constitute the largest arms deal between the two states, reports Serene Assir

Harbingers of Haiti's doom
Armed opposition forces overrun the northern half of Haiti and prepares for a final showdown with loyalists to President Aristide in and around the capital, writes Gamal Nkrumah

Still inching closer
After three days of talks in Islamabad, India and Pakistan outline a roadmap for bilateral dialogue on all contentious issues, including Kashmir, writes Iffat Idris from Islamabad

© Copyright Al-Ahram Weekly. All rights reserved

Comment Recommend Batch view

Issue 679 Front Page
Egypt | Region | International | Economy | Opinion | Press review | Letters | Culture | Features | Living | Heritage | Travel | Sports | Profile | Time Out | Chronicles | Cartoons | Crossword
Batch view | Current issue | Previous issue | Site map