Al-Jazeera journalist gets release from Egypt prison, vows to free colleagues
February 2 , 2015
Peter Greste, the freed Al-Jazeera journalist, has said that he will not rest till his colleagues get released from the jail in Egypt, according to his family.
Greste, who spent 400 days in captivity, was deported on Sunday and landed in Cyprus, from where he will head to his home in Brisbane, Australia.
He was arrested along with his colleagues Baher Mohamed and Mohamed Fahmy and convicted for aiding Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood. The other two men remain in jail.