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Concluding the Investigations with the Journalists of Addustour and al Tariq and Releasing them from
Concluding the Investigations with the Journalists of Addustour and al Tariq and Releasing them from
The Northern Giza Prosecution concluded its investigations with each of Ibrahim Mansur the executive editor-in-chief of Addustour newspaper, Akram Omran, Khalid
Thursday, August 14,2008 09:50
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The Northern Giza Prosecution concluded its investigations with each of Ibrahim Mansur the executive editor-in-chief of Addustour newspaper, Akram Omran, Khalid Ismail Ramdan from Addustour newspaper, and Gamal Al Assi editor-in-chief of Al Tariq newspaper in the case number 533 for the year 2008, Northern Giza, and released all of them, in its assessment of the accusation directed to them for publicity of information in the case of the Lebanese singer Suzanne Tamim despite the publish ban decree.

 

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