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Family of detained Al Jazeera journalist appeals to Sisi for release - News - Aswat Masriya

Family of detained Al Jazeera journalist appeals to Sisi for release

Middle East Last Update: Wednesday, 24 July 2013 Union: 59 journalists sacked since Turkey unrest Journalists and human right activists’ protest in front of Istanbul’s courthouse during the trial of two prominent Turkish journalists on November 2011. (File photo: AFP) AFP, Ankara At least 59 journalists in Turkey seen as critical of the government have been sacked or forced to resign since the start of nationwide protests in May, the country’s journalists’ union said Wednesday.

Turkey detains Dutch journalist on alleged ‘terror’ propaganda

Iran frees American prisoners as sanctions to end

Iran frees Jason Rezaian, three other dual-American citizens

Former culture minister, 3 journalists referred to court for insulting judiciary (Egipto)   Former Culture Minister Gaber Asfour, and three Al-Bawaba journalists  have been referred to the criminal court for insulting Egypt's public prosecution.

Former Culture Minister Gaber Asfour, and three Al-Bawaba journalists have been referred to the criminal court for insulting Egypt's public prosecution.

Over 200 journalists jailed for their work worldwide - Greetlane Social

Turkish police raid media outlets associated with Erdogan rival - DEUTSCHE WELLE

Pisando charcos: Libertad para Hamza Yalçin 9/08/2017

Pisando charcos: Libertad para Hamza Yalçin 9/08/2017

Detained journalist protests arrest, as researchers debate number of journalists detained -  Mada Masr (Egipto)

Mahmoud Abou Zeid, a freelance photojournalist who was arbitrarily detained during the dispersal of the Rabea al-Adaweya protest last August, released an open

Missing journalists: Tunisia’s Arab Spring meets Libya’s

Missing journalists: Tunisia’s Arab Spring meets Libya’s

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