Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 4 October 2015

British Peers hope to secure release of teacher in Sudan

Published 02/12/2007

Two British Peers are hoping to meet the President of Sudan in a bid to help free Gillian Gibbons from prison.

Lord Ahmed and Baroness will press the case for the teacher who's been jailed for naming a teddy bear Mohammed.

The case has attracted international attention.

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