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With Mubarak Gone, Egypt Journalists Get First Taste of Freedom

Source: Haaretz.com – By Zvi Bar’el In its commitment to keep its promises to the protesters about constitutional changes, Egypt‘s army seems to have forgotten is the vow to change the Media Law. Until just a week ago, Ibrahim Nafa,

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Egyptian State TV Anchor Shahira Amin: ‘Propaganda Made Me Quit’

Source: TheNational – By Shahira Amin CAIRO // I am walking away from Tahrir Square with my own prize victory: the presence of camera crews from Egyptian state television filming the protest. I quit my job on Egypt‘s English-language satellite

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