Ibrahim Halawa was jailed during military crackdown in Egypt after protests against overthrow of former president Mohamed Morsi

An Irish man jailed for four years in Egypt has vowed to work for other people incarcerated overseas after he returned to Dublin on Tuesday.

Ibrahim Halawa was 17 when he was arrested at a mosque in Cairo during protests over the removal of the then Egyptian president, Mohamed Morsi.

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