A court on Thursday adjourned the trial of Al-Jazeera journalists, including foreign reporters, to March 5, in a case that has sparked accusations of censorship against Egypt’s military-installed government. The journalists with the Doha-based satellite television, including Australian Peter Greste, are accused of supporting the blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood and broadcasting false reports. The journalists present in the caged dock pleaded not guilty. They are Britons Sue Turton and Dominic Kane and Dutch journalist Rena Netjes, who was indicted even though she does not work for the channel.
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