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Timeline: Al Jazeera's challenges in Egypt

Since June 2013, Al Jazeera journalists have been beaten, detained and shot while trying to report on Egypt.

Last updated: 11 Aug 2014 15:18
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As political upheaval continues to grip Egypt, Al Jazeera journalists trying to report on the country have become the targets of an ongoing campaign of harassment and abuse. Below is just a selection of the fates that have met the reporters, producers and cameramen trying to cover Egypt’s story.
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