Egypt Becomes Most Dangerous Countries For Journalists
|Posted by Made Kamayasa on Fri Sep 20, 2013|
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Violence and political crisis that hit Egypt recently made â€‹â€‹the dangerous country for journalists. Many journalists were detained at the forefront.
Six journalists have been killed in Egypt and at least 25 people were arrested. Al-Jazeera journalists were among those targeted arrests.
Al-Jazeera journalists, Abdullah al-Shami and Mohammed Badr is still detained in the prisons of Abu Zabaal, Egypt. Egypt is currently in the list of top five most dangerous countries for journalists.
In fact, three years ago, the Egyptians did not even enter the top 10 list. Conditions in Egypt was making calls for media freedom articulated in the UN Human Rights Council meeting in Geneva.
Egypt political crisis since Hosni Mubarak's ouster in 2010 ahead. Democratic elections in Egypt that made â€‹â€‹Muhammad Mursi occupied the presidential chair also does not make the political crisis subsided.
A year after election, Mursi was ousted in a military coup. Egypt is currently led by interim president Mansour Adly.
Last changed: Fri Sep 20, 2013 at 3:01 pm