Ibrahim Halawa’s release comes after court acquits him of charges including murder, arson and illegal possession of weapons

An Irish-Egyptian man detained in Egypt for more than four years on charges related to a 2013 Muslim Brotherhood protest in Cairo has been released.

Ibrahim Halawa’s release early on Friday, announced by his laywer, Darragh Mackin, came about a month after an Egyptian court acquitted him of charges including murder, arson and illegal possession of weapons.

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