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Iranian American journalist Roxana Saberi is freed

Roxana Saberi, center, surrounded by her mother, Akiko, and her father, Reza, arrives at the airport in Austria. (Ronald Zak / Associated Press)
Roxana Saberi talks with the media in Tehran. Saberi had been freed from prison Monday after an appeals court suspended her eight-year jail sentence. Saberi, a 32-year-old Iranian-American citizen, was convicted last month of spying for the U.S.. An appeals court reduced her jail term to a two-year suspended sentence. (Majid Saeedi / Getty Images)
Roxana Saberi, parents
Reza Saberi and his wife Akiko, parents of American journalist Roxana Saberi, wait for her to be released outside Evin Prison in Tehran on Monday. (Hasan Sarbakhshian / Associated Press)
Roxana Saberi, protest
A member of Reporters Without Borders, an activist group that seeks the release of jailed journalists, holds signs with the picture of Roxana Saberi in a protest outside the offices of Iran Air, Iran’s official air carrier, in Paris on April 28. (Michel Euler / Associated Press)
Roxana Saberi, birthday
Reza Saberi and his wife, Akiko, parents of Roxana Saberi, blow out candles on the eve of their daughter’s 32nd birthday at their house in Tehran on April 25. Roxana Saberi was convicted of espionage but released by an appeals court Monday. (Behrouz Mehri / AFP/Getty Images)
Roxana Saberi, photo
Akiko Saberi, mother of Iranian American journalist Roxana Saberi, holds a photograph of her jailed daughter at the family’s house in Tehran on April 18. (Atta Kenare / AFP/Getty Images)
Roxana Saberi, Mohammad Khatami
Roxana Saberi with former Iranian President Mohammad Khatami in Tehran in 2005. (Saberi family)
Roxana Saberi, at work
Iranian American journalist Roxana Saberi films a ceremony marking the 15th anniversary of the death of Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, at Khomeini’s mausoleum on the outskirts of Tehran on June 3, 2004. (Behrouz Mehri / AFP/Getty Images)