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Miss Logan, who had previously worked for Britain's morning news programme GMTV, is one of at least 140 correspondents who have been injured or killed since January 30 while covering the unrest in Egypt, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists.Mob: CNN's Anderson Cooper was filmed by his crew as they were attacked by pro-Mubarak supporters in Egypt. Last night he sent Miss Logan his best wishes via Twitter Prior to Mubarak stepping down, the Egyptian military had been rounding up members of the press for their own safety after several were stabbed, punched, kicked, marched back to their hotel by gunpoint or hijacked in their cars.
An additional 9.5 million inhabitants live in close proximity to the city.A panoptic regime, organized along axes of class and gender informed the urban landscape.The city was now conceived as a space built to be seen and scrutinized by the gaze of the , the male bourgeois prototype strolling around a clean, orderly, and mappable city.White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said: 'We believe that those responsible for these acts need to be held accountable,' while a State Department spokeswoman said the United States expects a 'full investigation and accountability for anyone involved in violence during the demonstrations.' Attack: CBS News correspondent Lara Logan pictured shortly before she was assaulted in Tahrir Square, Cairo, while reporting there.There is no suggestion any of the men pictured were involved in the attack In New York, a spokeswoman for the Egyptian Mission decried the attack and said the turmoil-wrecked Arab state would investigate all attacks on journalists covering demonstrations before and after the fall of Hosni Mubarak last Friday, calling the attack on Miss Logan 'unacceptable and shameful'.