In Egypt, the military’s censorship exceeds what happened under ousted president Morsi
Under the interim military-backed regime, censorship is back in Egypt, writes Jared Malsin. Ten media organizations have been shuttered or pulled from the airwaves, including Al Jazeera’s Egypt affiliate and Turkey’s state-owned Turkish Radio and Television Corporation. In the two months after the military ousted Morsi, censorship returned, five journalists were killed and 80 were arbitrarily detained, according to Reporters Without Borders.
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