Sudan to release Egyptian journalist

Sudan to release Egyptian journalist

Khartoum : Sudan | Jul 16, 2012 at 1:34 AM PDT
Source: The Guardian
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Adel, a reporter with the independent Egyptian daily Al-Watan, was detained while covering student protests against Sudan's austerity measures. She was accused of entering Sudan without a visa and working as a journalist without obtaining the proper permissions from the authorities. FULL ARTICLE AT The Guardian
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Egypt's President-elect Mursi speaks with Egyptian journalists and media presenters in Cairo
Egypt's President-elect Mursi speaks with Egyptian journalists and media presenters in Cairo
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