January 3, 2013

A Troubling Attack on Egypt's Media

The National, The National

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The man known as Egypt's Jon Stewart is facing jail. Bassem Youssef, a heart surgeon turned comedian whose satirical television show has been compared to Stewart's cutting-edge Daily Show, is under investigation by prosecutors for "undermining the president's standing".

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