Defendants in the Marriott terror cell case in Cairo stand in cages in an Egyptian courtroom Monday, March 31, 2014, as they await their turn to speak about their request for bail. From left, Suhaib Saeed, a university student who donned a white t-shirt to cover one that compared his prison conditions to Guantanamo, Al Jazeera English correspondent Peter Greste, an Australian, Al Jazeera English bureau chief Mohamed Fahmy, who holds dural Canadian-Egyptian citizenship, and cameraman Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian.
Defendants in the Marriott terror cell case in Cairo stand in cages in an Egyptian courtroom Monday, March 31, 2014, as they await their turn to speak about their request for bail. From left, Suhaib Saeed, a university student who donned a white t-shirt to cover one that compared his prison conditions to Guantanamo, Al Jazeera English correspondent Peter Greste, an Australian, Al Jazeera English bureau chief Mohamed Fahmy, who holds dural Canadian-Egyptian citizenship, and cameraman Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian. MCT
Defendants in the Marriott terror cell case in Cairo stand in cages in an Egyptian courtroom Monday, March 31, 2014, as they await their turn to speak about their request for bail. From left, Suhaib Saeed, a university student who donned a white t-shirt to cover one that compared his prison conditions to Guantanamo, Al Jazeera English correspondent Peter Greste, an Australian, Al Jazeera English bureau chief Mohamed Fahmy, who holds dural Canadian-Egyptian citizenship, and cameraman Baher Mohamed, an Egyptian. MCT

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