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Pro-Mubarak mob hunting for journalists

Posted By admin On February 3, 2011 @ 4:58 am In World News | Comments Disabled

Press TV [1]
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.

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[5] Mubarak’s ‘secret police’ blamed as five anti-government protesters are killed and hundreds injured in violent overnight clashes in Egypt: http://www.prisonplanet.com/mubaraks-secret-police-blamed-as-five-anti-government-protesters-are-killed-and-hundreds-injured-in-violent-overnight-clashes-in-egypt.html

[6] More online journalists than print journalists behind bars: CPJ: http://www.prisonplanet.com/more-online-journalists-than-print-journalists-behind-bars-cpj.html

[7] Committee To Protect Journalists: Israel Ranks Second Per Capita In Imprisoned Journalists: http://www.prisonplanet.com/committee-to-protect-journalists-israel-ranks-second-per-capita-in-imprisoned-journalists.html

[8] Mubarak Clings To Power: Troops & Tanks On Streets of Cairo: http://www.prisonplanet.com/mubarak-clings-to-power-troops-tanks-on-streets-of-cairo.html

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