Sudan: Imprisoned British teacher to be released

By JPOST STAFF, AP
December 3, 2007 10:13

 
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Gillian Gibbons, a British teacher jailed in Sudan after she allowed her students to name a teddy bear Muhammad, was pardoned Monday and was set to be released from prison, Sky News reported. The report followed a meeting between Baroness Sayeeda Warsi and Lord Nazir Ahmed, Muslim representatives from Britain's House of Lords, and Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir at his presidential palace.

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