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Egyptian Photojournalists Struggle Under New Pressuresi
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December 12, 2013 5:13 PM
Egyptian photojournalists document the change roiling their country. From protests to elections, to a military coup and crackdown, they risk danger to show the world what's happening. Sebastian Meyer spoke with journalists about how their job is increasingly difficult. (Photos by Eman Helal)

Egyptian Photojournalists Struggle Under New Pressures

Published December 12, 2013

Egyptian photojournalists document the change roiling their country. From protests to elections, to a military coup and crackdown, they risk danger to show the world what's happening. Sebastian Meyer spoke with journalists about how their job is increasingly difficult. (Photos by Eman Helal)


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