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Court says case against Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed is still pending despite release from jail
Egyptian authorities accuse Qatar-based Al Jazeera of being a mouthpiece of the Muslim Brotherhood
Peter Greste was released on Sunday after spending 400 days in a Cairo jail
Al Jazeera says Canadian-Egyptian journalist Mohamed Fahmy could be released soon
No official word on the fate of his two colleagues, Canadian-Egyptian Mohamed Fahmy and Egyptian national Baher Mohamed, who were also jailed in the case.
Lawyer for Peter Greste has formally applied to the Egyptian government for the Australian's deportation
Foreign Minister says case of Peter Greste is 'under consideration' by high levels of Egyptian government
News network announces plan to switch from Arabsat to Es'hailSat 1 from January 1
Pan-Arab news network says correspondent died while covering battles insouthern Syria
Former president Mohamed Mursi charged with endangering national security by leaking secrets
Relations between Qatar and Egypt have been tense since mid-2013 when Sisi toppled former president Mursi
Former US Vice President suing for alleged fraud and numerous material breaches of the acquisition
Family of imprisoned Peter Greste says they will contest convictions for aiding terrorist organisation
President said the verdict "had very negative effects".
Fattah al-Sisi takes stance following an international outcry over lengthy prison sentences for journalists
Family of Al Jazeera journalist sentenced to seven years in prison are "shattered"
Foreign Secretary William Hague says he is 'appalled' by guilty verdict; urges authorities to review the case
Egyptian judge sentences three journalists after finding them guilty on charges including helping a 'terrorist organisation'
Three Qatar TV network reporters on trial on charges of aiding the Muslim Brotherhood
Satellite TV network writes to world powers asking them to secure release of Abdullah Elshamy
Analysts see Qatar-based group rivalling British firm for rights to English Premier League
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