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Journalists protest against the investigation into union leaders
Poster: Journalism is not a crime!
Journalists protest against the investigation into union leaders
Poster: Dismiss the minister of interior!
Journalists protest against the investigation into union leaders
Journalists protest against the investigation into union leaders
Journalists protest against the investigation into union leaders
Journalists protest against the investigation into union leaders
Journalists protest against the investigation into union leaders
Journalists protest against the investigation into union leaders
Journalists protest against the investigation into union leaders
Poster: Journalism is not a crime!
Journalists protest against the investigation into union leaders
Journalists protest against the investigation into union leaders
Poster: Dismiss the minister of interior
May
31

Tens of journalists took to the steps of the Press Syndicate in downtown Cairo Monday to denounce the prosecution of the union head Yehia Kalash and two board members in a new twist in the now weeks old government-union standoff

Photos: Mai Shaheen

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