A minute's silence was held in London today in protest at the sentence of three Al-Jazeera journalists who were each jailed for seven years in Cairo on Monday.
Hundreds of journalists and supporters gathered at BBC's New Broadcasting House this morning.
Katie Prescott, a producer for BBC Radio 4's Today programme tweeted this picture.
While Sima Kotecha, a BBC reporter on the Today programme, tweeted this.
The minutes silence was also observed worldwide. Abdullahi Sheikh, a BBC journalist based in Nairobi, tweeted this calling for the men's release.
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