Al Jazeera demands Egypt release Cairo team
Human-rights groups say conditions for journalists in Egypt have become difficult since Morsi was removed by the military on July 3, 2013. The latest arrests come after a series of clashes between police and Muslim Brotherhood supporters across Egypt.
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Egypt Says 3 Journalists Will Be Held 15 More Days
New York Times
CAIRO — Egyptian prosecutors on Tuesday ordered three detained journalists from the news channel Al Jazeera English to be held in custody for 15 more days, on charges that include belonging to a terrorist group and harming the country's reputation ...
Al Jazeera team face questioning in Egypt
Egypt holds Peter Greste, Al-Jazeera TV crew on 'terrorist' accusation
Egypt remands Al-Jazeera journalists for 15 days
Egypt freezes assets of Brotherhood leaders
Egypt's interim government has ordered the assets of more than 500 Muslim Brotherhood and Islamist leaders seized, senior judicial and security officials say. Tuesday's announcement came as the military pledged to confront "the forces of terrorism and ...
Four Al Jazeera journalists detained in Egypt, accused of illegal ties to ...
CAIRO — Egypt's government has detained four journalists working for the Qatar-based Al Jazeera English news channel, arresting them during raids on a five-star hotel and at least one private residence Sunday night. The journalists, including an ...
Egypt Prosecutors Interrogate Jazeera Team
Egyptian state security prosecutors interrogated a team of journalists working for Al-Jazeera's English channel Monday a day after they were arrested in Cairo, a security official said Monday. State security prosecutors usually investigate cases ...
Al Jazeera demands Egypt release 4 journalists
(CNN) -- Egyptian security forces have arrested four Al Jazeera journalists, with the government saying at least one of them met with members of the banned Muslim Brotherhood. Correspondent Peter Greste, Bureau Chief Mohamed Fahmy, producer Baher ...
Egypt Detains Journalists It Says Aired 'False News'
New York Times
CAIRO — Egyptian authorities detained a team of journalists working for the Al Jazeera English news channel on Sunday, including an Australian correspondent and the channel's Canadian-Egyptian bureau chief, accusing them of broadcasting illegally and ...
Egypt likely to change roadmap, hold presidential vote first: sources
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's government is likely to call a presidential election before parliamentary polls, officials said on Monday, rearranging the political timetable in a way that could see army chief General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi elected head of ...
Al-Jazeera demands Egypt release four journalists
Qatar-based broadcaster Al-Jazeera has demanded the release of four of its journalists seized by Egyptian police in Cairo at the weekend. They include its Cairo bureau chief Mohamed Fadel Fahmy and former BBC correspondent Peter Greste.
Egypt: Al-Jazeera journalists' detention renewed
CAIRO — Egypt's top prosecutor on Tuesday ordered five people — including four journalists working for satellite news broadcaster Al-Jazeera English — held for 15 days on suspicion of joining a terrorist organization and spreading false news harmful ...