Meriam Ibrahim: Sudan 'apostasy' woman freed again
June 30, 2014
A Sudanese woman whose death sentence for renouncing Islam was overturned has been released from jail again, after she was detained at Khartoum airport on Tuesday. Meriam Ibrahim's lawyer, Muhannad Mustafa, said that she was currently in the US embassy with her family.
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