Writing from Tora Prison, Al Jazeera correspondent Peter Greste has outlined the fate of his fellow journalists, detained for two weeks without charge in Egypt. Award winning foreign correspondent Greste, spoke of his fears over writing the ... Al Jazeera, 1 month ago
Australian journalist of Al Jazeera tells of Egyptian prison ordeal - Qatar Peninsula, 1 month ago
Jailed Al Jazeera Journalist Details Prison Conditions in Letter - Media Bistro, 1 month ago
Canadians John Greyson and Dr Tarek Loubani heard the gunfire in the distance, left their Cairo hotel, and became witnesses to a day-long massacre of Egyptian demonstrators. After Dr Loubani helped victims and the filmmaker Greyson recorded the ...Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 1 month ago Al Jazeera's detained Al Jazeera, 1 month ago
Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood's supreme guide , Mohamed Badie waves from inside the defendants cage during the trial of Brotherhood members on February 3, 2014 in the police institute near Cairo's Turah prison. The trial resumes of Mohamed Badie and ...Daily Star Egypt, 2 weeks ago
VIDEO: Clashes and celebrations on revolution anniversaryOutrage in Italy at pig's head sent to Rome synagogue Airports see no flight disturbances on 25 Jan: Minister of Civil Aviation Egyptians' right to clean water being violated: ECESR In ...Masress.com, 1 month ago
The photo of Hamdy in handcuffs right after she went through labour sparked wide condemnation and concern over detention conditions in Egypt (Photo Public domain) The death of a detainee at the Maadi Police Station on Saturday added to the ...Daily Star Egypt, 3 weeks ago
Qantas begging bowl, Telstra mulls split, unemployment hits 6% (but wages a trap), justice and closing the gap, on the road with INXS
Can you read this edition of Crikey? If it was mangled by your email program, see it online . Dear [!firstname!], Unemployment is up, but beware the wage war. Qantas goes begging to Canberra -- but is Alan Joyce on the run? ...Crikey Media, 3 weeks ago
Foreign journalists like Peter Greste have been thrown into what amounts to dungeons. Though not more important than the Egyptians being detained, their treatment signals how Egypt is changing. By Dan Murphy posted January 29, 2014 at 1:59 pm EST ...Christian Science Monitor, 1 month ago
Maj. Gen. Mohammed al-Saeed driver tells Details moment of his martyrdom .. Two gunmen on a motorcycle fired on fire "happy" as soon as he boarded his car .. And "martyr asked me" valleys of the hospital, "before he was assassinated"
Update: Interior Ministry senior official assassinatedEgypt's second stimulus package almost ready: minister Egyptian bank says lining up first IPOs since Mubarak era BREAKING: Egypt's Morsi Appoints Defence Lawyer Egypt: Morsi's Jailbreak Trial ...Masress.com, 1 month ago
Australian journalist Peter Greste who was arrested in Egypt for reporting on the nation's troubles has released a letter vowing to fight for freedom of speech. The award-winning Al Jazeera reporter was arrested in Cairo on December 29 along with ...The New Daily, 1 month ago Australian reporter fights for freedom of speech in Egypt ABC Online, 1 month ago Peter Greste declares battle for freedom of speech in Egypt after prolonged detention ABC Radio Australia, 1 month ago
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