05 Feb '11, 12am

Journalism - Egypt journalist dies from gunshot wounds: Report - Straits Times

Several major media outlets covering the clashes in Cairo's central Tahrir Square said their journalists had been stalked and attacked by supporters of embattled President Hosni Mubarak or detained by the military. In a statement on Friday, Egypt's information ministry denounced attacks against the media as 'unacceptable'. -- AFP

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