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Title: Egypt unrest -- a BBC Arabic reporter arrested and beaten by Egyptian police
Authors: Constantinou, Constantia
Farley, Elizabeth
Grady, Fiona
Miller, Dean F
O'Connor, Rory
Schneider, Howard
Spikes, Michael
Resource Management, Stony Brook University Libraries
Keywords: Commencement speech
thriving news business
opinion makers
educated citizenry
New York Times editorial page
Huffington Post
Issue Date: 31-Jan-2011
Publisher: Stony Brook University. School of Journalism. Center for News Literacy.
Description: Egypt Tries to Block Coverage of Unrest
A montage from the Arab Spring revolt in Egypt illustrates the power of images and information as the government shut the Internet, blocked cell phones and tried to silence the media. Includes an interview with Assad Sawey, a BBC Arabic reporter brutalized by Egyptian police.
Other Identifiers: 136.mp4
Appears in Collections:Course Materials Collection [CNLDRC]

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