Journalists have been attacked by Pro-Murbarak supporters during the on-going unrest in Cairo, Egypt.
“Anderson Cooper punched 10 times in the head as pro-Mubarak mob surrounds him and his crew at Cairo rally” said one tweet.
“A female journalist from AP has a light head injury” said another.
An eyewitness told Dominic Waghorn, live on Sky News, to leave because “they were killing journalists.”
Update: Cooper has since tweeted: “Got roughed up by thugs in pro-mubarak crowd..punched and kicked repeatedly. Had to escape. Safe now”
Him and me #RoyalWedding2018 #Windsor @andersoncooper @CNN @cnni @BBCNews @BBCOne @BBC pic.twitter.com/ocpXMCRUlI — Huw Edwards (@huwbbc) May 19, 2018
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