The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has joined voices condemning Egypt for imprisoning three journalists under terrorism laws.
In a statement, Pillay said that Egypt should release three al-Jazeera reporters jailed for seven years earlier in the day after being convicted of helping a "terrorist organisation", and she accused Egypt of "crushing" the media.
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