Three journalists have been imprisoned for a year in Cairo for reporting the news

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Three journalists have been imprisoned for a year in Cairo for reporting the news

A protest has taken place outside the Egyptian embassy in London to mark one year since three Al Jazeera journalists were arrested in Cairo.

Peter Greste, Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed received jail terms of between seven and ten years in the aftermath of the Egyptian army’s removal of Mohamed Morsi from presidency.

The prosecution claimed the trio aided the Muslim Brotherhood, producing false news reports of the situation in Egypt – something they all deny.

Reporting from the protest, London Live's Reya El-Salahi speaks to Al Jazeera journalist, Sue Turton; who was tried and convicted in absentia by the Cairo court, and Hugh Sandman from Amnesty International UK.

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