Al-Ahram Weekly Online   4 - 10 February 2010
Issue No. 984
Published in Cairo by AL-AHRAM established in 1875

A nation rejoices
Across the country, Egyptians from all walks of life celebrated as the national football team won the Africa Cup of Nations. Dina Ezzat joined the festivities
The woes of Suleiman
A judicial ruling has forced former minister of housing Ibrahim Suleiman to resign both from parliament and as chairman of the Maritime Petroleum Services Company (MPSC), Gamal Essam El-Din reports
No more trafficking
Parliament is about to endorse a comprehensive new antiquities law that will incorporate all the requirements suggested by the Ministry of Culture, reports Nevine El-Aref
Hell and high water
While relief efforts continue to help rebuild the lives of the victims of the floods accusations of negligence emerged, reports Mohamed El-Sayed
Together in crises
Mrs Suzanne Mubarak, head of the Egyptian Red Crescent Society (ERC), has said that steps should be taken to support the victims of torrential rains in Arish to secure a better future for the residents there, reports Reem Leila
Mustafa appeal
THE COURT of Cassation will today, 4 February, hear the appeal submitted by the defence team of billionaire business tycoon Hisham Talaat Mustafa and former state security officer Mohsen El-Sukkari, in which they will contest the death sentences passed for the killing of Lebanese pop singer Suzanne Tamim...
Changing Brotherhood faces
In his second week of office the Muslim Brotherhood's Supreme Guide Mohamed Badei appointed three hardline conservatives to leading positions, reports Gamal Essam El-Din

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