One of the Egypt's security forces receive water from another during clashes with supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Jan. 17, 2014. (AP Photo/Aly Hazzaa)
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A freelance Egyptian TV cameraman who was detained while covering the country's constitutional referendum for The Associated Press was released on bail Friday, but the case remains open, authorities said.Hassan said he was detained after police saw his footage being broadcast live on Al-Jazeera Television's Egyptian affiliate and wrongly concluded that he was an Al-Jazeera employee.AP video footage is made available to client broadcasters and other AP customers all over the world.
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