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ISRAEL-ALJAZEERA/
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August 07, 2017
Employees work inside the office of Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem August 7, 2017. REUTERS/Ammar...
Jerusalem, Israel
Employees work inside the office of Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem
Employees work inside the office of Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem August 7, 2017. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
ISRAEL-ALJAZEERA/
RTS1APUT
August 07, 2017
An employee works inside the office of the Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem August 7, 2017....
Jerusalem, Israel
An employee works inside the office of the Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem
An employee works inside the office of the Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem August 7, 2017. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
ISRAEL-ALJAZEERA/
RTS1APUD
August 07, 2017
An employee working inside the office of Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem August 7, 2017....
Jerusalem, Israel
An employee working inside the office of Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem
An employee working inside the office of Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem August 7, 2017. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
ISRAEL-ALJAZEERA/
RTS1APTW
August 07, 2017
Employees work inside the office of Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem August 7, 2017. REUTERS/Ammar...
Jerusalem, Israel
Employees work inside the office of Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem
Employees work inside the office of Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem August 7, 2017. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
ISRAEL-ALJAZEERA/
RTS1APTU
August 07, 2017
Employees work inside the office of Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem August 7, 2017. REUTERS/Ammar...
Jerusalem, Israel
Employees work inside the office of Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem
Employees work inside the office of Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem August 7, 2017. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
ISRAEL-ALJAZEERA/
RTS1APTL
August 07, 2017
Employees work inside the office of Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem August 7, 2017. REUTERS/Ammar...
Jerusalem, Israel
Employees work inside the office of Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem
Employees work inside the office of Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem August 7, 2017. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
ISRAEL-ALJAZEERA/
RTS1APT9
August 07, 2017
An employee works inside the office of Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem August 7, 2017. REUTERS/Ammar...
Jerusalem, Israel
An employee works inside the office of Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem
An employee works inside the office of Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem August 7, 2017. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
ISRAEL-ALJAZEERA/
RTS1APSV
August 07, 2017
Employees work inside the office of the Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem August 7, 2017. REUTERS/Ammar...
Jerusalem, Israel
Employees work inside the office of the Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem
Employees work inside the office of the Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem August 7, 2017. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
ISRAEL-ALJAZEERA/
RTS1APS7
August 07, 2017
Employees work inside the office of the Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem August 7, 2017. REUTERS/Ammar...
Jerusalem, Israel
Employees work inside the office of the Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem
Employees work inside the office of the Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem August 7, 2017. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
ISRAEL-ALJAZEERA/
RTS1APS5
August 07, 2017
Employees work inside the office of the Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem August 7, 2017. REUTERS/Ammar...
Jerusalem, Israel
Employees work inside the office of the Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem
Employees work inside the office of the Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem August 7, 2017. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
ISRAEL-NETANYAHU/ALJAZEERA
RTX3D32Y
July 27, 2017
The logo of Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network is seen in one of their offices in Jerusalem June 13, 2017....
Jerusalem, Israel
The logo of Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network is seen in one of their offices in Jerusalem
The logo of Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network is seen in one of their offices in Jerusalem June 13, 2017. Picture taken June 13, 2017. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-NETANYAHU/ALJAZEERA
RTX3D32L
July 27, 2017
An employee walks inside an office of Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem June 13, 2017. Picture...
Jerusalem, Israel
An employee walks inside an office of Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem
An employee walks inside an office of Qatar-based Al-Jazeera network in Jerusalem June 13, 2017. Picture taken June 13, 2017. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
USA-ALJAZEERA/
RTS2AOS
September 29, 2015
Current and former Al Jazeera journalists (L-R) Dominic Kane, Peter Greste, and Sue Turton, convicted...
New York, UNITED STATES
Current and former Al Jazeera journalists speak at the offices of the Committee to Protect Journalists...
Current and former Al Jazeera journalists (L-R) Dominic Kane, Peter Greste, and Sue Turton, convicted of terrorism offenses in Egypt related to their 2013 reporting during the army's overthrow of then President Mohamed Mursi, a senior Muslim Brotherhood figure, speak at the offices of the Committee to Protect Journalists in New York September 29, 2015. Kane, Greste, and Turton are seeking formal pardons from President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi of Egypt in order to clear their records and eliminate the risk of arrest in countries that have extradition treaties with Egypt. Turton has since left Al Jazeera, the news broadcaster based in Qatar. Kane is set to return to Berlin in November and Greste is on leave convalescing, having been jailed in Egypt before deportation to his native Australia. REUTERS/Daniel Bases TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-ALJAZEERA/
RTS2AOR
September 29, 2015
Current and former Al Jazeera journalists (L-R) Dominic Kane, Sue Turton and Peter Greste, convicted...
New York, UNITED STATES
Current and former Al Jazeera journalists speak at the offices of the Committee to Protect Journalists...
Current and former Al Jazeera journalists (L-R) Dominic Kane, Sue Turton and Peter Greste, convicted of terrorism offenses in Egypt related to their 2013 reporting during the army's overthrow of then President Mohamed Mursi, a senior Muslim Brotherhood figure, speak at the offices of the Committee to Protect Journalists in New York September 29, 2015. Kane, Turton and Greste are seeking formal pardons from President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi of Egypt in order to clear their records and eliminate the risk of arrest in countries that have extradition treaties with Egypt. Turton has since left Al Jazeera, the news broadcaster based in Qatar. Kane is set to return to Berlin in November and Greste is on leave convalescing, having been jailed in Egypt before deportation to his native Australia. REUTERS/Daniel Bases
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/ C
RTX1QDX5
August 31, 2015
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/ - Charts number of journalists in prison or killed each year since 2000. (SIN02)
Egypt
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/ C
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/ - Charts number of journalists in prison or killed each year since 2000. (SIN02)
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/
RTX1Q7Q3
August 29, 2015
Marwa Omara, wife of Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy, reacts outside a court in Cairo,...
Cairo, Egypt
Marwa Omara, wife of Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy, reacts outside a court in Cairo
Marwa Omara, wife of Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy, reacts outside a court in Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2015. An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press license and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry. The verdict in a retrial was issued against Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian, and Peter Greste, an Australian who was deported in February. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/
RTX1Q5ZS
August 29, 2015
Lawyer Amal Clooney, defending Al Jazeera television journalist's Mohamed Fahmy, talks to Troy Lulashnyk,...
Cairo, Egypt
Amal Clooney talks to Lulashnyk in Cairo
Lawyer Amal Clooney, defending Al Jazeera television journalist's Mohamed Fahmy, talks to Troy Lulashnyk, Canadian Ambassador to Egypt, before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2015. An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press license and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry. The verdict in a retrial was issued against Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian, and Peter Greste, an Australian who was deported in February. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/
RTX1Q5X4
August 29, 2015
Al Jazeera television journalist Baher Mohamed talks to journalists before hearing the verdict at a court...
Cairo, Egypt
Mohamed talks to journalists before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo
Al Jazeera television journalist Baher Mohamed talks to journalists before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2015. An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press license and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry. The verdict in a retrial was issued against Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian, and Peter Greste, an Australian who was deported in February. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/
RTX1Q5X3
August 29, 2015
Al Jazeera television journalists Mohamed Fahmy, C, talks to the media, with his wife, Marwa Omara, L,...
Cairo, Egypt
Fahmy talks to the media before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo
Al Jazeera television journalists Mohamed Fahmy, C, talks to the media, with his wife, Marwa Omara, L, and lawyer Amal Clooney (R), before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2015. An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press license and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry. The verdict in a retrial was issued against Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian, and Peter Greste, an Australian who was deported in February. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/
RTX1Q5WP
August 29, 2015
Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy, C, talks to the media, with his wife, Marwa Omara, L,...
Cairo, Egypt
Fahmy talks to the media before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo
Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy, C, talks to the media, with his wife, Marwa Omara, L, and lawyer Amal Clooney (R), before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2015. An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press license and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry. The verdict in a retrial was issued against Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian, and Peter Greste, an Australian who was deported in February. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/
RTX1Q5WO
August 29, 2015
Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy, L, talks with lawyer Amal Clooney, C, and Troy Lulashnyk...
Cairo, Egypt
Fahmy talks with Amal Clooney and Lulashnyk before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo
Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy, L, talks with lawyer Amal Clooney, C, and Troy Lulashnyk (R), Canadian Ambassador to Egypt, before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2015. An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press license and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry. The verdict in a retrial was issued against Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian, and Peter Greste, an Australian who was deported in February. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/
RTX1Q5SU
August 29, 2015
Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy talks to the media before the verdict at a court in Cairo,...
Cairo, Egypt
Fahmy talks to the media before the verdict at a court in Cairo
Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy talks to the media before the verdict at a court in Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2015. An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press licence and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry. The verdict in a retrial was issued against Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian, and Peter Greste, an Australian who was deported in February. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/
RTX1Q5SS
August 29, 2015
Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy reacts to a friend before hearing the verdict at a court...
Cairo, Egypt
Fahmy reacts to a friend before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo
Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy reacts to a friend before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2015. An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press licence and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry. The verdict in a retrial was issued against Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian, and Peter Greste, an Australian who was deported in February. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/
RTX1Q5J0
August 29, 2015
Al Jazeera television journalist Baher Mohamed reacts while walking to the dock before hearing the verdict...
Cairo, Egypt
Mohamed reacts while walking to the dock before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo
Al Jazeera television journalist Baher Mohamed reacts while walking to the dock before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2015. An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press licence and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry. The verdict in a retrial was issued against Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian, and Peter Greste, an Australian who was deported in February. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/
RTX1Q5IA
August 29, 2015
Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy talks to his lawyer Amal Clooney before hearing the verdict...
Cairo, Egypt
Fahmy talks to his lawyer Amal Clooney before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo
Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy talks to his lawyer Amal Clooney before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2015. An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press licence and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry. The verdict in a retrial was issued against Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian, and Peter Greste, an Australian who was deported in February. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/
RTX1Q5I9
August 29, 2015
Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy and his lawyer Amal Clooney look on, before hearing the...
Cairo, Egypt
Fahmy and his lawyer Amal Clooney look on, before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo
Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy and his lawyer Amal Clooney look on, before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2015. An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press licence and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry. The verdict in a retrial was issued against Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian, and Peter Greste, an Australian who was deported in February. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/
RTX1Q5HE
August 29, 2015
Al Jazeera television journalists Mohamed Fahmy, C, and Baher Mohamed, top, talk to the media with lawyer...
Cairo, Egypt
Fahmy and Mohamed talk to the media at a court in Cairo
Al Jazeera television journalists Mohamed Fahmy, C, and Baher Mohamed, top, talk to the media with lawyer Amal Clooney, R, and Fahmy's wife, Marwa Omara, L, before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2015. An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press licence and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry. The verdict in a retrial was issued against Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian, and Peter Greste, an Australian who was deported in February. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/
RTX1Q5H6
August 29, 2015
Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy talks to his lawyer Amal Clooney before hearing the verdict...
Cairo, Egypt
Fahmy talks to his lawyer Amal Clooney before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo
Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy talks to his lawyer Amal Clooney before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2015. An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press licence and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry. The verdict in a retrial was issued against Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian, and Peter Greste, an Australian who was deported in February. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/
RTX1Q5FO
August 29, 2015
Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy's lawyer Amal Clooney talks to the media after the verdict...
Cairo, Egypt
Amal Clooney talks to the media after the verdict outside a court in Cairo
Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy's lawyer Amal Clooney talks to the media after the verdict outside a court in Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2015. An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press licence and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry. The verdict in a retrial was issued against Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian, and Peter Greste, an Australian who was deported in February. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/
RTX1Q5FG
August 29, 2015
Al Jazeera television journalists Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed are seen behind bars before hearing...
Cairo, Egypt
Fahmy and Mohamed are seen behind bars before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo
Al Jazeera television journalists Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed are seen behind bars before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2015. An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press licence and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry. The verdict in a retrial was issued against Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian, and Peter Greste, an Australian who was deported in February. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/
RTX1Q5EM
August 29, 2015
Marwa Omara, wife of Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy, reacts as she talks to a journalist...
Cairo, Egypt
Omara reacts as she talks to a journalist outside a court in Cairo
Marwa Omara, wife of Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy, reacts as she talks to a journalist outside a court in Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2015. An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press licence and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry. The verdict in a retrial was issued against Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian, and Peter Greste, an Australian who was deported in February. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/
RTX1Q5EE
August 29, 2015
Al Jazeera television journalist Baher Mohamed walks to the dock before hearing the verdict at a court...
Cairo, Egypt
Mohamed walks to the dock before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo
Al Jazeera television journalist Baher Mohamed walks to the dock before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2015. An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press licence and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry. The verdict in a retrial was issued against Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian, and Peter Greste, an Australian who was deported in February. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/
RTX1Q5D8
August 29, 2015
Marwa Omara, wife of Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy, talks to the media after the verdict...
Cairo, Egypt
Omara talks to the media in Cairo
Marwa Omara, wife of Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy, talks to the media after the verdict at a court in Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2015. An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press licence and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry. The verdict in a retrial was issued against Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian, and Peter Greste, an Australian who was deported in February. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/
RTX1Q5D5
August 29, 2015
Marwa Omara, wife of Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy, reacts as she talks to a journalist...
Cairo, Egypt
Omara reacts as she talks to a journalist outside a court in Cairo
Marwa Omara, wife of Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy, reacts as she talks to a journalist outside a court in Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2015. An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press licence and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry.The verdict in a retrial was issued against Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian, and Peter Greste, an Australian who was deported in February. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/
RTX1Q5D4
August 29, 2015
Al Jazeera television journalists Mohamed Fahmy, C, and Baher Mohamed, L, talk to the media with lawyer...
Cairo, Egypt
Fahmy and Baher Mohamed talk to the media before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo
Al Jazeera television journalists Mohamed Fahmy, C, and Baher Mohamed, L, talk to the media with lawyer Amal Clooney (R) before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2015. An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press licence and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry. The verdict in a retrial was issued against Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian, and Peter Greste, an Australian who was deported in February. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/
RTX1Q5CT
August 29, 2015
Marwa Omara, wife of Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy, reacts as she talks to Adel, Mohamed...
Cairo, Egypt
Omara reacts as she talks to Adel in Cairo
Marwa Omara, wife of Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy, reacts as she talks to Adel, Mohamed Fahmy's brother, outside a court in Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2015. An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press licence and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry. The verdict in a retrial was issued against Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian, and Peter Greste, an Australian who was deported in February. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/
RTX1Q5CS
August 29, 2015
Al Jazeera television journalist Baher Mohamed talks to journalists before hearing the verdict at a court...
Cairo, Egypt
Mohamed talks to journalists at a court in Cairo
Al Jazeera television journalist Baher Mohamed talks to journalists before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2015. An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press licence and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry.The verdict in a retrial was issued against Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian, and Peter Greste, an Australian who was deported in February. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/
RTX1Q5CB
August 29, 2015
Al Jazeera television journalists Mohamed Fahmy, C, and Baher Mohamed, L, talk to the media with lawyer...
Cairo, Egypt
Fahmy and Mohamed talk to the media at a court in Cairo
Al Jazeera television journalists Mohamed Fahmy, C, and Baher Mohamed, L, talk to the media with lawyer Amal Clooney, 2nd R, Troy Lulashnyk, R, Canadian Ambassador to Egypt, before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2015. An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press licence and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry. The verdict in a retrial was issued against Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian, and Peter Greste, an Australian who was deported in February. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/
RTX1Q5B6
August 29, 2015
Al Jazeera television journalists Mohamed Fahmy (L) and Baher Mohamed (2nd L) talk before hearing the...
Cairo, Egypt
Fahmy and Mohamed talk before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo
Al Jazeera television journalists Mohamed Fahmy (L) and Baher Mohamed (2nd L) talk before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2015. An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press licence and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry. The verdict in a retrial was issued against Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian, and Peter Greste, an Australian who was deported in February. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/
RTX1Q5AZ
August 29, 2015
Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy walks to the dock before hearing the verdict at a court...
Cairo, Egypt
Fahmy walks to the dock before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo
Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy walks to the dock before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2015. An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press licence and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry. The verdict in a retrial was issued against Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian, and Peter Greste, an Australian who was deported in February. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/
RTX1Q5AI
August 29, 2015
Al Jazeera television journalist Baher Mohamed talks to journalists before hearing the verdict at a court...
Cairo, Egypt
Mohamed talks to journalists before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo
Al Jazeera television journalist Baher Mohamed talks to journalists before hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2015. An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press licence and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry. The verdict in a retrial was issued against Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian, and Peter Greste, an Australian who was deported in February. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/
RTX1Q5A9
August 29, 2015
Marwa Omara, wife of Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy, reacts after hearing the verdict...
Cairo, Egypt
Omara reacts at a court in Cairo
Marwa Omara, wife of Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy, reacts after hearing the verdict at a court in Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2015. An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press licence and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry.The verdict in a retrial was issued against Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian, and Peter Greste, an Australian who was deported in February. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-ALJAZEERA/
RTX1Q59Z
August 29, 2015
Marwa Omara, wife of Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy, talks to the media after the verdict...
Cairo, Egypt
Omara talks to the media in Cairo
Marwa Omara, wife of Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy, talks to the media after the verdict at a court in Cairo, Egypt, August 29, 2015. An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press licence and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry.The verdict in a retrial was issued against Mohamed Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has given up his Egyptian citizenship, Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian, and Peter Greste, an Australian who was deported in February. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
GERMANY-ALJAZEERA-EGYPT
RTX1HPS4
June 23, 2015
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour listens during his news conference in Berlin, Germany, June 23,...
Berlin, Germany
Al Jazeera's journalist Mansour listens during his news conference in Berlin
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour listens during his news conference in Berlin, Germany, June 23, 2015. Prominent Al Jazeera journalist Ahmed Mansour walked free from a Berlin prison on Monday, drawing a line under an awkward diplomatic incident for Germany two days after he was detained at Egypt's request. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY-ALJAZEERA-EGYPT
RTX1HPRW
June 23, 2015
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour gestures during his news conference in Berlin, Germany, June 23,...
Berlin, Germany
Al Jazeera's journalist Mansour gestures during his news conference in Berlin
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour gestures during his news conference in Berlin, Germany, June 23, 2015. Prominent Al Jazeera journalist Ahmed Mansour walked free from a Berlin prison on Monday, drawing a line under an awkward diplomatic incident for Germany two days after he was detained at Egypt's request. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY-ALJAZEERA-EGYPT
RTX1HPQX
June 23, 2015
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour gestures during his news conference in Berlin, Germany, June 23,...
Berlin, Germany
Al Jazeera's journalist Mansour gestures during his news conference in Berlin
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour gestures during his news conference in Berlin, Germany, June 23, 2015. Prominent Al Jazeera journalist Ahmed Mansour walked free from a Berlin prison on Monday, drawing a line under an awkward diplomatic incident for Germany two days after he was detained at Egypt's request. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY-ALJAZEERA-EGYPT
RTX1HPQT
June 23, 2015
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour listens during his news conference in Berlin, Germany, June 23,...
Berlin, Germany
Al Jazeera's journalist Mansour listens during his news conference in Berlin
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour listens during his news conference in Berlin, Germany, June 23, 2015. Prominent Al Jazeera journalist Ahmed Mansour walked free from a Berlin prison on Monday, drawing a line under an awkward diplomatic incident for Germany two days after he was detained at Egypt's request. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY-ALJAZEERA-EGYPT
RTX1HPQQ
June 23, 2015
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour gestures during his news conference in Berlin, Germany, June 23,...
Berlin, Germany
Al Jazeera's journalist Mansour gestures during his news conference in Berlin
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour gestures during his news conference in Berlin, Germany, June 23, 2015. Prominent Al Jazeera journalist Ahmed Mansour walked free from a Berlin prison on Monday, drawing a line under an awkward diplomatic incident for Germany two days after he was detained at Egypt's request. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY-ALJAZEERA-EGYPT
RTX1HPQJ
June 23, 2015
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour gestures during his news conference in Berlin, Germany, June 23,...
Berlin, Germany
Al Jazeera's journalist Mansour gestures during his news conference in Berlin
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour gestures during his news conference in Berlin, Germany, June 23, 2015. Prominent Al Jazeera journalist Ahmed Mansour walked free from a Berlin prison on Monday, drawing a line under an awkward diplomatic incident for Germany two days after he was detained at Egypt's request. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY-ALJAZEERA-EGYPT
RTX1HPPE
June 23, 2015
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour gestures as he arrives for a news conference in Berlin, Germany,...
Berlin, Germany
Al Jazeera's journalist Mansour gestures as he arrives for a news conference in Berlin
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour gestures as he arrives for a news conference in Berlin, Germany, June 23, 2015. Prominent Al Jazeera journalist Ahmed Mansour walked free from a Berlin prison on Monday, drawing a line under an awkward diplomatic incident for Germany two days after he was detained at Egypt's request. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
GERMANY-ALJAZEERA-EGYPT
RTX1HPP9
June 23, 2015
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour gestures as he arrives for a news conference in Berlin, Germany,...
Berlin, Germany
Al Jazeera's journalist Mansour gestures as he arrives for a news conference in Berlin
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour gestures as he arrives for a news conference in Berlin, Germany, June 23, 2015. Prominent Al Jazeera journalist Ahmed Mansour walked free from a Berlin prison on Monday, drawing a line under an awkward diplomatic incident for Germany two days after he was detained at Egypt's request. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY-ALJAZEERA-EGYPT
RTX1HPP7
June 23, 2015
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour gestures as he arrives for a news conference in Berlin, Germany,...
Berlin, Germany
Al Jazeera's journalist Mansour gestures as he arrives for a news conference in Berlin
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour gestures as he arrives for a news conference in Berlin, Germany, June 23, 2015. Prominent Al Jazeera journalist Ahmed Mansour walked free from a Berlin prison on Monday, drawing a line under an awkward diplomatic incident for Germany two days after he was detained at Egypt's request. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY-ALJAZEERA-EGYPT
RTX1HPP6
June 23, 2015
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour gestures as he arrives for a news conference in Berlin, Germany,...
Berlin, Germany
Al Jazeera's journalist Mansour gestures as he arrives for a news conference in Berlin
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour gestures as he arrives for a news conference in Berlin, Germany, June 23, 2015. Prominent Al Jazeera journalist Ahmed Mansour walked free from a Berlin prison on Monday, drawing a line under an awkward diplomatic incident for Germany two days after he was detained at Egypt's request. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY-ALJAZEERA-EGYPT
RTX1HMDD
June 22, 2015
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour (L) is greeted by supporters after being released in Berlin, Germany,...
Berlin, Germany
Al Jazeera's journalist Mansour is greeted by supporters after being released in Berlin
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour (L) is greeted by supporters after being released in Berlin, Germany, June 22, 2015. Mansour, one of Jazeera's best known journalists, was released in Germany on Monday, the television network and German authorities said, two days after he was detained at Berlin airport at Egypt's request. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY-ALJAZEERA-EGYPT
RTX1HMD5
June 22, 2015
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour (C) reacts after being released in Berlin, Germany, June 22, 2015....
Berlin, Germany
Al Jazeera's journalist Mansour reacts after being released in Berlin
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour (C) reacts after being released in Berlin, Germany, June 22, 2015. Mansour, one of Jazeera's best known journalists, was released in Germany on Monday, the television network and German authorities said, two days after he was detained at Berlin airport at Egypt's request. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY-ALJAZEERA-EGYPT
RTX1HMD2
June 22, 2015
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour (R) addresses after being released in Berlin, Germany, June 22,...
Berlin, Germany
Al Jazeera's journalist Mansour addresses after being released in Berlin
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour (R) addresses after being released in Berlin, Germany, June 22, 2015. Mansour, one of Jazeera's best known journalists, was released in Germany on Monday, the television network and German authorities said, two days after he was detained at Berlin airport at Egypt's request. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY-ALJAZEERA-EGYPT
RTX1HMCJ
June 22, 2015
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour (R) addresses after being released in Berlin, Germany, June 22,...
Berlin, Germany
Al Jazeera's journalist Mansour addresses after being released in Berlin
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour (R) addresses after being released in Berlin, Germany, June 22, 2015. Mansour, one of Jazeera's best known journalists, was released in Germany on Monday, the television network and German authorities said, two days after he was detained at Berlin airport at Egypt's request. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY-ALJAZEERA-EGYPT
RTX1HMCB
June 22, 2015
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour (C) is greeted by supporters after being released in Berlin, Germany,...
Berlin, Germany
Al Jazeera's journalist Mansour is greeted by supporters after being released in Berlin
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour (C) is greeted by supporters after being released in Berlin, Germany, June 22, 2015. Mansour, one of Jazeera's best known journalists, was released in Germany on Monday, the television network and German authorities said, two days after he was detained at Berlin airport at Egypt's request. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY-ALJAZEERA-EGYPT
RTX1HMC4
June 22, 2015
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour is greeted by supporters after being released in Berlin, Germany,...
Berlin, Germany
Al Jazeera's journalist Mansour is greeted by supporters after being released in Berlin
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour is greeted by supporters after being released in Berlin, Germany, June 22, 2015. Mansour, one of Jazeera's best known journalists, was released in Germany on Monday, the television network and German authorities said, two days after he was detained at Berlin airport at Egypt's request. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY-ALJAZEERA-EGYPT
RTX1HMBS
June 22, 2015
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour (C) passes through a police line after being released in Berlin,...
Berlin, Germany
Al Jazeera's journalist Mansour passes through a police line after being released in Berlin
Al Jazeera's journalist Ahmed Mansour (C) passes through a police line after being released in Berlin, Germany, June 22, 2015. Mansour, one of Jazeera's best known journalists, was released in Germany on Monday, the television network and German authorities said, two days after he was detained at Berlin airport at Egypt's request. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
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