Channel 2: Israeli doctor Yair Meron released from detention in Romania

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August 22, 2009 20:25

 
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Israeli doctor Yair Meron, detained in Romania for the past month, was released on Saturday, Channel 2 reported. According to the report, the 28-year-old doctor was still banned from leaving Romania. The television channel aired footage of Meron leaving a detention facility, and refusing to answer questions from Romanian press. Meron was held on suspicion of paying Romanian women for donating their eggs to the Israel-owned Sabyc fertility clinic, some of whom, according to local media, were 15-year-old girls.

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