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London seminar suggests that satellite interference should become criminalised under international law

MEMO SeminarExperts and professionals from the world of broadcasting in Europe and the Middle East came together on Thursday for a Middle East Monitor-organised seminar in London on the issue of satellite jamming and censorship.

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Live Blog: MEMO Seminar: Censorship by satellite jamming during times of conflict

MEMO Seminar:

Censorship by satellite jamming during times of conflict: Egypt's coup and the struggle facing agencies and journalists

Live blog from our seminar in London.

Adam Bebars will be covering the seminar live from 10.00am GMT on the 27th of March 2014

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Egypt's coup and its aftermath – the discussion

Egypt's Coup DebateEXCLUSIVE IMAGES & VIDEO

A panel discussion at the University of London chaired by Peter Oborne of the Daily Telegraph brought together a range of critical views on the events in Egypt since the ousting of President Mohamed Morsi in a military coup on 3 July. Oborne was joined by Dr Maha Azzam of Chatham House, who was recently appointed as coordinator of Egyptians for Democracy; Nadia Abou El-Magd, a leading journalist and foreign correspondent; Jamal El-Shayyal, a producer at Al-Jazeera English; and Ayman Moheyldin, a correspondent for NBC news.

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BICOM: Giving peace a chance?

MEMO BICOMEXCLUSIVE IMAGES

Last night MEMO launched The Britain Israel Communications and Research Centre: Giving peace a chance? report at the House of Commons in Westminster. Hosted by Sir Bob Russell MP, speakers at the event were investigative researcher Tom Mills, professor of sociology at the University of Bath David Miller, writer and researcher Tom Griffin and researcher and writer Hilary Aked.

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