Egypt's New Leader Accused Of Censorship
by: Leila Fadel, NPR, August 23, 2012 3:08:00 am
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Egypt's first democratically elected president is under fire for trying to silence his critics. In the last two weeks, a satellite TV channel was pulled off the air, two journalists were referred to criminal court for defamation and a state newspaper was accused of censoring columns critical of President Mohammed Morsi.
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