September 2011
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);9/12/2011, Vol. 199 Issue 5172, p10
The article reports offers information on Egypt's national security. It says that appearance of field marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi to testify at the trial of ousted Egypt President Hosni Mubarak on September 11, 2011 was postponed due to his busy schedule. It discusses the expansion of the scope of the Emergency Laws decided by the Higher Military Council. It adds that offices of an al-Jazeera channel were shut down and some of its staff were detained due to lack of broadcasting license.


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