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Journalism new code in Egypt is about to be legitimated by the parliament amid storm of rejection from journalists who see the law puts more restrictions on the freedom of press and information.
This happening now, and Egypt has large fathoms, the Egyptian state didn’t take the pain of asking them how to promote an industry they are its pioneers and entrepreneurs. This happening now and the young Egyptian journalists are being expelled by their channels without giving them even the minimum of their rights and redeems. This happening now after the stations’ owners let the decision in hands of the advertisers doing whatever they want in search of profits, they failed even to achieve.
The 2 years jail sentence for the Egyptian Journalists’ union head, The Secretary General and the deputy secretary with a payment of £510 bail for pending an appeal was like a shock for any seeker for a real change for the freedom of press in Egypt.
Tens of thousands of Iraqi civilians fled from Tal-Afar with the approach of Al-Hashid Al-Shaabi Shia militia from the town controlled by ISIS.
The importance of Tal-Afar came due to its middle location between Mosul and Reqqa, ISIS’s two main cities in Iraq and Syria.