Seeking Control Over Narrative, Egypt Puts Growing Pressure On Journalists

Seeking Control Over Narrative, Egypt Puts Growing Pressure On Journalists

By Leila Fadel

It’s not easy being a journalist in Egypt. The government sometimes tries to control the words reporters use, and new legislation could carry fines or jail time for contradicting the state.

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