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Al Jazeera's journalist arrives back home in Australia

Australian journalist Peter Greste returned to Australia in the early hours of 5 February, 2015, after spending 400 days in a Cairo prison after he was arrested in December 2013 and charged with defaming Egypt and having links with the blacklisted Muslim.

Al Jazeera's journalist arrives back home in Australia
Australian journalist Peter Greste and parents Juris and Lois, at a press conference on February 5, 2015 in Brisbane, Australia. Peter Greste returned to Australia in the early hours of this morning after spending 400 days in a Cairo prison after he was arrested in December 2013 and charged with defaming Egypt and having links with the blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood. (Getty Images)
Al Jazeera's journalist arrives back home in Australia
Australian journalist Peter Greste (centre), his brother Mike (right) and Andrew (left) and parents Juris and Lois, pose for a photo during a press conference on February 5, 2015 in Brisbane, Australia. Peter Greste returned to Australia in the early hours of this morning after spending 400 days in a Cairo prison after he was arrested in December 2013 and charged with defaming Egypt and having links with the blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood. (Getty Images)
Al Jazeera's journalist arrives back home in Australia
Australian journalist Peter Greste (centre), his brother Mike (right) and Andrew (left) and parents Juris and Lois, pose for a photo during a press conference on February 5, 2015 in Brisbane, Australia. Peter Greste returned to Australia in the early hours of this morning after spending 400 days in a Cairo prison after he was arrested in December 2013 and charged with defaming Egypt and having links with the blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood. (Getty Images)
Al Jazeera's journalist arrives back home in Australia
Peter Greste and his family speak to media representatives at the ABC on February 5, 2015 in Brisbane, Australia. Al Jazeera Journalist, Peter Greste arrived back to Australia today after spending 400 days in an Egyptian prison. Greste was sentenced to 7 years prison after a widely criticized trial convicting him of aiding terrorist organization and creating false news that damaged Egypt's international reputation. (Getty Images)
Al Jazeera's journalist arrives back home in Australia
Peter Greste and his family speak to media representatives at the ABC on February 5, 2015 in Brisbane, Australia. Al Jazeera Journalist, Peter Greste arrived back to Australia today after spending 400 days in an Egyptian prison. Greste was sentenced to 7 years prison after a widely criticized trial convicting him of aiding terrorist organization and creating false news that damaged Egypt's international reputation. (Getty Images)
Al Jazeera's journalist arrives back home in Australia
Australian journalist Peter Greste holds his niece Sophie after a press conference on February 5, 2015 in Brisbane, Australia. Peter Greste returned to Australia in the early hours of this morning after spending 400 days in a Cairo prison after he was arrested in December 2013 and charged with defaming Egypt and having links with the blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood. (Getty Images)