This video is called [EGYPT] Protesters Tear Down Image Of Mubarak, Demonstrations 024, 25/01/2011.
Translated from Dutch NOS TV:
Trouw journalist manhandled in Cairo
Added: Wednesday, January 26, 2011, 15:03
Eduard Padberg, correspondent of Dutch daily newspaper Trouw, yesterday during the demonstrations in Cairo was abused by ten uniformed policemen. He was beaten up with clubs, although they knew he was a journalist from the Netherlands.
The newspaper says this was a targeted abuse, because Padberg was alone when he was ill-treated and was not near protesters.
The editors of Trouw are objecting strongly to this action and are asking Egypt to ensure the safety of journalists.
Padberg was injured, but did not have to be transported to a hospital.
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