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Dutch journalist Rena Netjes smiles on February 4, 2014 as she arrives at Schiphol Airport, the Netherlands, after being accused by Egypt of being part of a "terror cell" involving Qatari-owned broadcaster Al-Jazeera. Netjes flew out of Cairo early February 4 after several days in hiding, following a crackdown on the pan-Arab satellite broadcaster which Cairo accuses of backing the Muslim Brotherhood ousted from power by the military in July. AFP PHOTO / ANP / REMKO DE WAAL -- The Netherlands out -- REMKO DE WAAL/AFP/Getty Images
Dutch journalist Rena Netjes smiles on February 4, 2014 as she arrives at Schiphol Airport, the Netherlands, after being accused by Egypt of being part of a "terror cell" involving Qatari-owned broadcaster Al-Jazeera. Netjes flew out of Cairo early February 4 after several days in hiding, following a crackdown on the pan-Arab satellite broadcaster which Cairo accuses of backing the Muslim Brotherhood ousted from power by the military in July. AFP PHOTO / ANP / REMKO DE WAAL -- The Netherlands out -- REMKO DE WAAL/AFP/Getty Images

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