Monthly Archives: August 2013

UAE plots behind Egyptian coup d’etat

UAE plots behind Egyptian coup d’etat August 18, 2013 The Abu Dhabi regime, United Arab Emirates, is one of the major sponsors of ‘Egyptian coup d’état’. Western diplomats here said they believed the Emiratis were privately urging the Egyptian security … Continue reading

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Journalist held incommunicado, netizens arrested, censorship

Journalist held incommunicado, netizens arrested, censorship Friday 2 August 2013 Reporters Without Borders condemns Egyptian journalist Anas Fouda’s detention by the authorities in the United Arab Emirates for the past month. Based for many years in the UAE, Fouda has … Continue reading

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Egyptian journalist held without charge in UAE

Egyptian journalist held without charge in UAE 01 August 2013 New York, August 1, 2013 – The Committee to Protect Journalists calls for the immediate release of Egyptian journalist Anas Fouda, who has been held without charge by the United … Continue reading

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