Egyptian police arrested four Al Jazeera journalists on Sunday night. Correspondent Peter Greste, cameraman Mohamed Fawzy, and producers Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed are still being held Monday, despite demands from the network to release them. The Committee to Protect Journalists has named Egypt as one of the most difficult places in the world for journalists, along with Syria and Iraq. Six journalists were killed in Egypt in 2013, and conditions have deteriorated since former President Mohamed Morsi’s ouster in July.
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