Women protesters freed in Egypt
Fourteen women jailed in Egypt over a protest in support of ousted President Mohammed Morsi have been freed after an appeal court ruling.
Seven juveniles jailed over the protest last month in Alexandria have also been released, on three months' probation.
The women's 11-year sentence was cut to one year, suspended.
Human rights groups had attacked the convictions - on charges of belonging to a terrorist group, obstructing traffic, sabotage and using force.
Orla Guerin reports.
- From the section Middle East