In this image made from an undated video provided Thursday, June 5, 2014, by Al Fajer, a Sudanese nongovernmental organization, Meriam Ibrahim, 27, is shown with her son, Martin, and the newborn baby girl that she gave birth to in jail. An appeals court in canceled the death sentence against Ibrahim, who was charged with apostacy for refusing to renounce her Christian faith.
In this image made from an undated video provided Thursday, June 5, 2014, by Al Fajer, a Sudanese nongovernmental organization, Meriam Ibrahim, 27, is shown with her son, Martin, and the newborn baby girl that she gave birth to in jail. An appeals court in canceled the death sentence against Ibrahim, who was charged with apostacy for refusing to renounce her Christian faith. File Image The Associated Press
In this image made from an undated video provided Thursday, June 5, 2014, by Al Fajer, a Sudanese nongovernmental organization, Meriam Ibrahim, 27, is shown with her son, Martin, and the newborn baby girl that she gave birth to in jail. An appeals court in canceled the death sentence against Ibrahim, who was charged with apostacy for refusing to renounce her Christian faith. File Image The Associated Press

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June 23, 2014 05:41 PM

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