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PHOTO GALLERY: Arson attack destroys Al-Jazeera Tahrir offices


Aljazeera Mubasher Misr's Tahrir studio torched by angry mob (Photo:Zeinab El Gundy)
Rubble beneath the news ...
Door to office was smashed by arsonists ...
Door of the Al Jazeera Mubasher Misr was smashed by angry assailants (Photo:Zeinab El Gundy)
Al-Jazeera Mubasher:
Mohamed Nabil and his friend were passing by when they heard people screaming from the building during the fire. They hurried to save them but Nabil was injured (Photo:Zeinab El Gundy)
Revolution Square:
Torched Al Jazeera Mubasher Misr TV channel's studio overlooking Tahrir square (Photo:Zeinab El Gundy)
(Photo:Zeinab El Gundy)
(Photo:Zeinab El Gundy)
The Al Jazeera Mubasher Misr's studio was completely torched (Photo:Zeinab El Gundy)
(Photo: Zeinab El Gundy)
(Photo: Zeinab El Gundy)
Nov
21

Arson attack destroys Al-Jazeera Tahrir offices.

Unknown mob torch Egyptian wing of international news channel with Molotov cocktails, Wednesday morning, after it aired an interview with a Muslim Brotherhood member slamming protesters fighting police in the neighbouring Mohamed Mahmoud Street. Few of the crew were present during the arson attack, Al-Jazeera will, reportedly, continue broadcasting from a differnet office. Egypt's prosecutor-general has launched an investigation.

All photos by Zeinab El-Gundy.

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medo
21-11-2012 03:57pm
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lol
MB........ How their views have changed!
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