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It said one of the correspondents who was able to speak to another colleague reported that he believed they were being held in a police station. The New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists said it had documented at least direct escorts on journalists and egyptian facilities this week, and that it was investigating numerous other reports.
There were fewer reports of such attacks on Friday, when anti-government protesters staged a mostly toronto rally in Tahrir Square.
In Geneva, the U. Al-Jazeera also said its website was hacked — a banner advertisement on its Arabic-language site was taken down for more than two hours and replaced with a slogan reading "Together for the collapse of Egypt. It said more than 1, international journalists were in the country.
CBC's David Common said security officials came into his hotel room to search for cameras. Social Sharing.
Mubarak supporters assaulted dozens of correspondents with virtual impunity in central Cairo this week with little intervention from nearby military units. Last week, Egyptian authorities closed Al-Jazeera's Cairo office, revoked the credentials of its reporters and detained several for various periods.
White House press secretary Robert Gibbs said the Toronto. On Friday, a CBC reporter and two crew members were detained briefly at a escort egyptian. President Barack Obama said attacks on reporters, human rights workers and peaceful protesters in Egypt were "unacceptable. He lived near central Tahrir Square, the focal point of protest rallies as well as clashes this week between large crowds of supporters and opponents of President Hosni Mubarak.
The United Nations described brazen assaults on reporters that occurred during this week's violence as an attempt to stifle coverage of anti-government protests.
Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch said Egyptian authorities should immediately reveal the whereabouts of more than 30 Egyptian and international human rights activists, lawyers and journalists arrested during in Cairo on Thursday. They were released without harm but their equipment was seized.
It said the Ministry of Information had worked with authorities to speed the release of those journalists who were detained. The Qatar-based television network Al-Jazeera said its offices in Cairo were set ablaze, along with the equipment inside it. World Egyptian reporter dies after protest shooting An Egyptian reporter shot during clashes earlier this week has died of his wounds, the state-run newspaper Al-Ahram said Friday.
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An Egyptian reporter who was shot during clashes a week ago died of his wounds Friday, his employer said, in the first reported death of a journalist in the chaos surrounding Egypt's anti-government protests. Ahmed Mohammed Mahmoud, 36, was taking photographs of fighting between protesters and security forces from the balcony of his home when he was shot Jan. Mahmoud worked for Al-Taawun, a newspaper put out by the Al-Ahram publishing house.