A South African media empire is revealed to have been paid millions in exchange for pro-government coverage.
Al Jazeera Arabic reporter Mahmoud Hussein freed after spending more than four years in detention.
Al Jazeera journalist ‘in prison under arbitrary and illegal detention’ for four years without charge.
Al Jazeera journalist Mahmoud Hussein has spent four years in prison under arbitrary detention by Egyptian authorities.
Without formal charges, senior reporter Hussein has now been illegally jailed for fours year in Egypt.
This month, One Free Press Coalition focuses on cases of violations against journalists amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Al Jazeera to ‘hold Egypt responsible’ for Mahmoud Hussein’s wellbeing in overcrowded prison amid coronavirus outbreak.
Journalist in Egyptian jail without charges or trial in breach of national and international law.
Egypt’s SSSP misusing ‘counterterror legislation’ routinely to prosecute thousands of government critics, report says.
Operation at the Mada Masr offices comes a day after Egyptian security forces arrested one of its editors, Shady Zalat.
Hussein’s family calls on Egypt to allow him to attend funeral after requests to visit his ailing father were denied.
Father of detained Al Jazeera journalist is in critical condition and is unable to speak or eat, family says.
Hussein has been jailed in Cairo without charge since December 2016 after arriving from Qatar to visit his family.
Mahmoud Hussein’s freedom was ordered by an Egyptian court in May, but the reporter remains in detention.