Mere hours after being released from a Cairo prison, the Canadian journalist who spent nearly two years fighting widely decried terror charges is eager to discuss the next stage of his fight for freedom of the press in Egypt.
"It's a whole new chapter, it's like being born again," he told The Canadian Press as the reality of his liberty began to sink in. "I just have so much inside me that I want to let out."
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