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Press freedom suffers in Egypt after coup

Members of the international and local media have been targetted since the ousting of Mohamed Morsi.

Last Modified: 11 Jul 2013 03:28
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Several stations and news journalists have said they are subjected to increased intimidation following the removal of Mohamed Morsi, Egypt's first democratically elected leader.

Al Jazeera reports from Cairo, but is not naming the correspondent because of safety.


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