Feb 3, 2011
Pro-Mubarak mob has broken into the journalist’s center in the Egyptian capital, Cairo, arresting two journalists on the 10th day of revolution protests.
A Press TV correspondent working in the center was forced to flee the scene as he feared being arrested by government forces on Thursday, he reported in a telephone call he made to the Press TV headquarters in the Iranian capital, Tehran, on Thursday.
Pro-government plain-clothes police shot protesters in Cairo in the early hours of Thursday, killing six people.
Pro-government agents stabbed and stoned protesters, attacking with tear gas.
According to the latest United Nations report, at least 300 people have been killed and thousands injured in the crisis-hit country.
This article was posted: Thursday, February 3, 2011 at 4:58 am