Egyptian blogger fined for accusing company of pollution
27 May 2009

Egyptian blogger Tamer Mabrouk has been fined nearly 6,000 euros as the result of a defamation lawsuit by a private company, Trust Chemical Co., over information about pollution that he posted online. Read more here

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