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October 2, 2012
Posted: 2022 GMT

CNN and CNN International's coverage of the fall of Hosni Mubarak was recognized with an Emmy award in New York yesterday. International Desk was one of the key shows during the historic events that led to the ouster of the longtime Egyptian president. For several non-stop days, our show was in rolling breaking news coverage as protestors in their millions demanded Mubarak leave office. We are honored to be part of a network whose field journalism and on air production during those days was recognized with such a prestigious award.

 

Filed under: CNN •Egypt •Emmy Award


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Sérgio de Campos Curado   October 2nd, 2012 9:22 pm ET

Girls and boys: None of you knows me, but I'm SO GLAD like an old friend of you! Let me finish here, I want to be the first to thank you all in this blog.

P.S. Hala, do you know what Arwa is trying to say looking so mysteriously.

Muthyavan.   October 3rd, 2012 2:00 am ET

Congratulation to CNN and to all the staff who worked hard to cover this historic moment where for the first time an ancent civilization of Egypt revolted to become a people rule. Likewise CNN must continue to support all the present people struggle in all the middle east countries. Specially the international desk shoud keep this blog always open for comments from all over the world. People opinion is the biggest weapon against all these kings and army backed rulers, who are contining to roping the oil weath of some middle east nations.

Kaio   October 3rd, 2012 2:43 pm ET

Congrats team! This Emmy only confirms the excellent work being done.

Congratulations again. Go beyond borders, ever!

Oscar Guillen   October 13th, 2012 11:04 pm ET

Congratulations for the CNN Team! you deserve it and keep it thay way..

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