The British teacher locked up in Sudan for insulting Islam is said to be in high spirits.
In a statement, Gillian Gibbons has thanked those working for her release but says she's being well fed and treated.
She was jailed for fifteen days for allowing her primary school children to name a teddy bear Mohammed.
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