Protests in Sudan Call for Execution of British Teacher

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In Khartoum, British schoolteacher Gilliam Gibbons was spared the lash, but sentenced to 15 days in jail for allowing her students to name a teddy bear Mohammad. Today, she was moved to a secret location after thousands of Sudanese rallied to demand her execution. Rob Crilly reports for the Christian Science Monitor and Time magazine online.



  • Rob Crilly - Reporter, Christian Science Monitor and Times of London


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