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After moving against Egypt’s offshore press in 1998 by making them go through the prime minister’s office for approval, the government has turned its attention to the local press and is reminding them who’s boss by demanding payment of massive back taxes.
Sensationalism in the press and the media has for sometime been, and continues to be, on the rise. In a society like that of today’s Arab World - where the tendency to generalize, dramatize, exaggerate, emotionalize, poeticize or embellish finds fertile soil - this can be, if not very harmful, at...


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