Meetings to discuss ESEA funding
Terror, brutality marked 40-year reign
Israel to resume attacks on rocket sites in Gaza Strip
Arab allies quiz Rice over U.S. intentions
Crossings pact in failure
School tries to survive visa abuse
U.S., defender of the Arabs? Rewind 50 years
Crisis could prompt Bush to shift toward mediation
Taking a stand for rule of law
David Gulick Nes, 89, career State Department officer
Mubarak challenger remains jailed in Egypt
Egypt cracks down hard
Egypt seizes 10 in fatal blasts
Blasts kill at least 23 in Egypt
Mubarak moves to postpone local elections to 2008
Egypt envoy kidnapped in Gaza Strip
Sharon's toughest decision
Blair lashes out at 'evil ideology' at work in London bomb attacks
Chemist questioned in London bombings
Truce declared by Sharon, Abbas
Hope for peace between Palestinians, Israelis at highest point since '93
Sharon, Abbas agree to hold talks in Egypt
Arab leaders vow fight on terror
Q&A with Sun reporter in Cairo
Sphinx to remain a ruined ruin Lion-man: The experts who restored the Great Sphinx of Giza wanted to retain its historical character by leaving the ravages of ancient age on its human face. But its lion's body was restored and even got a nail clip.
Jack Monteith Berry,81, a New York fruit...
Egyptian militants claim responsibility for killings Aim was to free leader in U.S., group says
If there is to be peace, the U.S. must impose it
That brimless hat signified style Fez: In such countries as Morocco, Turkey, Syria and Egypt, the tarbush has had a colorful political past, favored by king and commoner and then banned by governments. Only two makers remain in Cairo.
Egypt's tug of war over the arts Fundamentalists try to prevail by lawsuit
Arabs' suspicions of Israel remain constant Egyptian newspaper suspends cartoonist who served in Israeli army
ARABS' SUSPICIONS OF ISRAEL REMAIN CONSTANT; EGYPTIAN NEWSPAPER SUSPENDS CARTOONIST WHO SERVED IN ISRAELI ARMY
Zaki Badr,71, Egypt's former interior minister, who...
Rebel advances rattle Sudanese government Khartoum seems willing to break isolation, sends envoy to Egypt
McCormick sells 2 foreign units Minipack Systems, Giza National divested in restructuring moves
Mahfouz' 'Echoes': virtue vs. life
Bethesda company seeks to free Egypt Agriculture: The country has a socialized system, so Development Alternatives Inc. will work to free up the price structure so it is set by market forces rather than the state.
U.S. is adamant in opposition to 2nd term for Boutros-Ghali Initial moves to improve efficiency were dropped; leadership questioned
Mideast, despite troubles, still lures business crowd 1,400 arrive in Cairo for economic meeting
The British Empire's 40-year death throes
Weizman meets with Mubarak Israeli president continues efforts to reassure Arabs; Suspense over Hebron; Accord on pullout may be near; both sides warn of snags
Mideast leaders due at summit Clinton is hoping two-day gathering will ease tensions; 'Trust has to be restored'; Arafat, Netanyahu attending, but leader of Egypt declines
Palestinian police turn to controlling outbreaks Israeli official calls situation 'very unstable'
Netanyahu-Arafat meeting needed Peace process: Momentum must be maintained to avoid breakdown.
The standoff over Boutros-Ghali Opposition: The United States continues to oppose Boutros Boutros-Ghali's quest for a second term as United Nations secretary-general.
Squandering the gift of the Nile Lifeline: The world's longest river has defined Egypt since before the pharaohs, but modern management threatens to transform its fountain of fertility into a bed of pestilence.
Netanyahu reaches out Mission to Cairo: Israel's prime minister improves dialogue with Arabs.
Israeli hard-liner historian to assume hot seat in U.S. as diplomat, go-between Eliahu Ben-Elissar arrives in Washington in a few weeks to take up his post