An Egyptian journalist died Friday afternoon from gunshot wounds he sustained last week during protests, becoming the first reported journalist to die in that conflict. Ahmed Mohammed Mahmoud, 36, was reportedly photographing the protests on Jan. 28 from the balcony of his home near Tahrir Square when he was shot. Mahmoud worked for Al-Taawun, a newspaper run by the state-run news agency Al-Ahram. The U.N. has condemned the attacks against journalists in Egypt, numbered to be around 101 by the Committee to Protect Journalists. Meanwhile, CBS News Correspondent Lara Logan and cameramen Don Lee and Max McClellan were released Friday after being held for one day by the Egyptian military. They are heading back to the U.S. The White House said Friday they are working with the American Embassy in Cairo to get the U.S. journalists who have been beaten and detained out of Egypt.