Egypt's Leading Newspaper Explains Itself
Friday, February 11, 2011
The last place Egyptians could count on to get accurate information during their revolution was the state-run media, which at first tried to downplay the events. But before stepping down from office, President Mubarak began losing his grip on journalists. Gamal Zayda, managing editor of Egypt’s most widely circulated daily newspaper Al Ahram, explains why they decided to take a stand against Mubarak’s propaganda machine.
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