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Iranian-American reporter Roxana Saberi smiles during a press briefing outside her home in Tehran on May 12, 2009. Saberi walked free from an Iranian jail on May 11 after a court reduced her prison term for spying to a two-year suspended sentence, ending a four-month ordeal. The release is the outcome of international pressure and domestic political maneuvering ahead of Iran's June 12 presidential election, analysts and media said. (BEHROUZ MEHRI/AFP/Getty Images)

Saberi joyful, grateful to be out of Iranian jail

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Tehran, Iran (AP) -- American journalist Roxana Saberi said Tuesday she was very happy to be free and thanked those who helped win her release after four months in an Iranian prison, as new details emerged about the evidence presented against her at her spying trial.

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