June 24, 2014

More Egyptian Injustice

New York Times, New York Times

The Associated Press

The conviction of three journalists by an Egyptian court on Monday for doing their jobs is the latest effort by the country’s military-backed rulers to crush all dissent. The alarming verdict sends a chilling and intimidating message not just to other journalists working in the country but to Egyptian citizens as well.

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TAGGED: Al Jazeera, Egypt

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