MP3: Australian journo arrested in Egypt says he's no spy

13.02.2012

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Australian journo arrested in Egypt says he\'s no spy MP3

Freelance Australian journalist, Austin Mackell, has spoken about what happened to him while in Egyptian custody for more than two days. He says after his arrest, he was accused of spying and inciting trouble against the new regime. The Cairo-based reporter denies he crossed the line between journalism and activism, and also tells The World Today he owes his safety to a prominent union official and activists who pres... Source: abc.net.au

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