Lara Logan Detained by Police in Egypt as Journalist Woes Continue
"For security reasons CBS will not be commenting on, or revealing in any way, CBS personnel activity, movement or location," a CBS spokesman told Time.
The detention is the latest occurrence in an ongoing series of harsh experiences for reporters covering the Egyptian revolution. The growing list includes Logan's fellow CBS News correspondent Katie Couric, CNN's Anderson Cooper, and Fox News reporters Greg Palkot and Olaf Wiig.
Logan's detention comes just a day after she herself reported on the Hosni Mubarak regime's intensified agenda to stifle coverage of the ongoing protests.
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