Cairo Journalist


'Cairo Journalist' - 3 News Result(s)

  • Al Jazeera Journalists' Lawyers Quit Over 'Insult' to Egypt

    Al Jazeera Journalists' Lawyers Quit Over 'Insult' to Egypt

    The main lawyers representing Australian journalist Peter Greste and another Al-Jazeera reporter on trial in Cairo quit in court on Thursday, accusing the Qatari broadcaster of working against Egypt.

  • Egypt unrest: Journalists return to Cairo square, but threats remain

    Egypt unrest: Journalists return to Cairo square, but threats remain

    Live television footage of Cairo's central Tahrir Square resumed Friday, but it appeared that some foreign journalists were still being detained and fresh reports of attacks on reporters and news organizations suggested that the effort to stifle the flow of news out of Egypt had slowed but not ended. As over 100,000 protesters surged into the squar...

  • In Cairo, reporter beaten with steel bars

    A BBC reporter said he was badly beaten by Cairo police who he accused of targeting foreign journalists covering anti-government protests in the Egyptian capital."They were targeting journalists deliberately," said Assad Sawey, who sported a bloodied bandage on his head as he spoke to BBC World television in Cairo."They took my camera away and when...

'Cairo Journalist' - 3 News Result(s)

  • Al Jazeera Journalists' Lawyers Quit Over 'Insult' to Egypt

    Al Jazeera Journalists' Lawyers Quit Over 'Insult' to Egypt

    The main lawyers representing Australian journalist Peter Greste and another Al-Jazeera reporter on trial in Cairo quit in court on Thursday, accusing the Qatari broadcaster of working against Egypt.

  • Egypt unrest: Journalists return to Cairo square, but threats remain

    Egypt unrest: Journalists return to Cairo square, but threats remain

    Live television footage of Cairo's central Tahrir Square resumed Friday, but it appeared that some foreign journalists were still being detained and fresh reports of attacks on reporters and news organizations suggested that the effort to stifle the flow of news out of Egypt had slowed but not ended. As over 100,000 protesters surged into the squar...

  • In Cairo, reporter beaten with steel bars

    A BBC reporter said he was badly beaten by Cairo police who he accused of targeting foreign journalists covering anti-government protests in the Egyptian capital."They were targeting journalists deliberately," said Assad Sawey, who sported a bloodied bandage on his head as he spoke to BBC World television in Cairo."They took my camera away and when...

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