Mohamed Fahmy will have to wait a few more days to hear the verdict in his Egyptian terror trial, but that didn't stop him from announcing his long-awaited marriage to his fiancée.
The detained Canadian journalist delivered the good news to friends, supporters and journalists outside a shuttered Cairo courthouse on Thursday, after learning that his verdict had been postponed until at least Aug. 2.
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