Jordan: Toujan al-Faisal released
Toujan al-Faisal has been released and vows to continue the fight against corruption.
Jordan's first woman MP has been freed from prison after a 29 day hunger strike to protest about higher car insurance fees which, she says, hurt the country's poorest people.
Submitted on Mon, 07/01/2002 - 00:00
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