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PHOTO GALLERY: Hundreds of Egyptian journalists demand 'justice and respect' at their HQ


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A journalist scuffles with a policeman during a protest to demand the sacking of the interior minister
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Journalists protest against restrictions on the press and to demand the release of imprisoned journalists, in front of the Press Syndicate in Cairo
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A traffic police officer stands near a protest against restrictions on the press and to demand the release of detained journalists, in front of the Press Syndicate in Cairo
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Journalists hold a banner reading in Arabic: "I am a journalist not a terrorist"
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Hundreds of journalists demonstrate outside the Journalist Syndicate headquarters in Cairo calling for the sacking of the interior minister following an unprecedented police raid to arrest two reporters
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Journalists protest against restriction on the press and to demand the release of detained journalists, in front of the Press Syndicate in Cairo
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Journalists protest against restriction on the press and to demand the release of detained journalists, in front of the Press Syndicate in Cairo
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Journalists carry Aboulsoud, a board member of the Egyptian press syndicate in a protest against restrictions on the press and to demand the release of detained journalists, in front of the Press Syndicate in Cairo
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Journalists protest against restriction on the press and to demand the release of detained journalists, in front of the Press Syndicate in Cairo
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A supporter of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi carries of portrait of him as a sign of protest against the journalists demonstrating to demand the sacking of the interior minister
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At an emergency general assembly meeting on Wednesday, journalists and the leaders of their Press Syndicate demand sacking of interior ministry and release of imprisoned colleagues

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