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Pegah is free! Late morning on September 11th Pegah Emambakhsh was released from the Yarls Wood Detention Centre and is now back with people who will love and care for her. The Court of Appeal has also agreed to hear her case. It will be listed within the next couple of weeks and heard some time in the next few months, we believe.

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