CNN's Anderson Cooper Punched in the Head in Egypt
CNN's Anderson Cooper Punched in the Head Repeatedly in Cairo, Egypt
-The New York Times-
Last week, protests escalated dangerously around Tahrir Square in Cairo. CNN's key anchor, Anderson Cooper, was caught up in the violence and repeatedly punched in the head while shooting coverage.
The New York Times reported that Cooper and other prominent reporters were targets for deliberate attacks by supporters of President Hosni Mubarak before leaving the country.
Christiane Amanpour of ABC News described in a dispatch from Cairo that the mobs "kicked in the car doors and broke our windshield as we drove away." The ABC news crew members were forced to return to the safety of their hotel.
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