03 Feb '11, 10pm

World leaders condemn attacks on journalists in Egypt: WASHINGTON - The United States Thursday condemned a "conc...

World leaders condemn attacks on journalists in Egypt: WASHINGTON - The United States Thursday condemned a "conc...

WASHINGTON: The United States led a chorus of world outrage on Thursday as several international journalists were beaten or detained in a "systematic" attack by Egyptian regime loyalists. Several major media outlets covering the clashes in Cairo's Tahrir Square said their journalists had been stalked and attacked by supporters of embattled President Hosni Mubarak or detained by the military. The Committee to Protect Journalists described an "unprecedented and systematic attack on international media." "This is a dark day for Egypt and a dark day for journalism," the US-based group's executive director Joel Simon said in a statement. "Theft, violence, arbitrary arrests and extreme violence... the list of abuses against journalists by President Mubarak’s supporters is getting longer by the hour and they are clearly systematic and concerted," Reporters Without Borders secreta...

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