US media partial over Egypt unrest

Coverage on TV channels has been criticised for being both pessimistic and superficial.

    The coverage of the Egyptian uprising on TV channels across the US has been criticised for being both pessimistic and superficial.

    Since the pro-democracy protests began, the focused has been on what it all means for the US and its allies in the region.

    Mohamed Shokeir reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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