In Egypt, protests continue despite the regime's crackdown on dissent. After doctors and lawyers voiced their anger, now it's the turn of Egypt's journalists. The crisis erupted on May Day when police raided the country's press union and arrested two journalists. As a result, the press union has slammed attempts to intimidate it amid a deterioration of press freedom in the country. Our team in Cairo reports.
A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett, Elom Marcel Toble and Molly Hall.
Alexandra EL KHAZEN
Head of Middle East Bureau, Reporters Without Borders