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Parents of jailed Australian Al Jazeera reporter calls his detention in Cairo "shameful"

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: The parents of Australian Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste, who faces terrorism charges in Egypt, on Thursday (January 30) called his detention in Cairo "shameful". Lois and Juris Greste spoke to reporters in Brisbane as their son faces trial in Egypt. Egypt will put Greste along with two Britons and a Dutch woman on trial for aiding 16 Egyptians belonging to a "terrorist organisation", the public prosecutor said on Wednesday (January 29), describing the four as Al Jazeera correspondents. In a statement, the prosecutor said the four had published "lies" that harmed the national interest and had supplied money, equipment and information to the 16 Egyptians. The foreigners were also accused of using unlicensed broadcasting equipment. "It's unbecoming of a great nation like Egypt. It is unbecoming of any civil society to behave like this. It is demeaning of any community which even pretends to be democratic and fair,

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