Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert has been released from prison in Iran. But it's not the end of her ordeal.
In Virus Watch today, some good news from the Melbourne lockdown, plus more of the latest coronavirus news.
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As negotiations continue for the release of Australian Kylie Moore-Gilbert from an Iranian prison, her family has denied claims that she has been tortured by the regime.
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Without vocal public support and Australian government intervention, the academic is facing 10 years in an Iranian prison.
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