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Authorities in Egypt ‘killing independent journalism’

A seasoned foreign correspondent shrugged: Like several others, he was mulling the prospects of leaving Egypt for good and moving to another country in the Middle East, maybe Lebanon. He hadn’t quite made up his mind, he said. Egypt, he explained, was “getting just a bit too difficult right now.”

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Egypt’s journalists worry new anti-terror law could send them to jail

Egypt’s proposed anti-terrorism law continues to stir up controversy under the critical eye of journalists and human rights groups who say it violates the constitution and seeks to squelch freedom of the press. 

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