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PHOTO GALLERY: Sudanese woman spared death sentence arrives in Italy, meets Pope Francis


Mariam Ibrahim
Pope Francis (L) walks with Mariam Yahya Ibrahim (C) of Sudan, her husband and children during a private meeting at the Vatican July 24, 2014. The Sudanese woman who was sentenced to death for converting from Islam to Christianity, then detained after her conviction was quashed, flew into Rome on an Italian government plane (Photo: Reuters)
Mariam Ibrahim
Pope Francis meets Meriam Ibrahim, from Sudan and played with her daughter Maya in her arms, in his Santa Marta residence, at the Vatican, Thursday, July 24, 2014. The Sudanese woman who was sentenced to death in Sudan for refusing to recant her Christian faith has arrived in Italy along with her family, including the infant born in prison (Photo: Reuters)
Mariam Ibrahim
Pope Francis blesses Mariam Yahya Ibrahim of Sudan and her baby during a private meeting at the Vatican July 24, 2014. The Sudanese woman, who was spared a death sentence for converting from Islam to Christianity and then barred from leaving Sudan, flew into Rome on Thursday (Photo: Reuters)
Mariam Ibrahim
Pope Francis meets Meriam Ibrahim, from Sudan, with her daughter Maya in her arms, in his Santa Marta residence, at the Vatican, Thursday, July 24, 2014. The Sudanese woman who was sentenced to death in Sudan for refusing to recant her Christian faith has arrived in Italy along with her family, including the infant born in prison. Ibrahim, whose father was Muslim but whose mother was an Orthodox Christian from Ethiopia, was sentenced to death over charges of apostasy. She married her husband, a Christian, in a church ceremony in 2011.(Photo: AP)
Mariam Ibrahim
Italy's Foreign Affairs Minister Federica Mogherini holds one of Sudanese woman Mariam Yahya Ibrahim's children after landing at Ciampino airport in Rome July 24, 2014. The Sudanese woman who was spared a death sentence for converting from Islam to Christianity and then barred from leaving Sudan flew into Rome on Thursday (Photo: Reuters)
Mariam Ibrahim
Mariam Yahya Ibrahim of Sudan carries one of her children as she arrives with Pistelli, Italy's vice minister for foreign affairs, holding her other child, and wife Agnese after landing at Ciampino airport in Rome (Photo: Reuters)
Mariam Ibrahim
Mariam Yahya Ibrahim of Sudan (R) holds one of her children next to Lapo Pistelli (L), Italy's vice minister for foreign affairs, holding her other child, as they land at Ciampino airport in Rome July 24, 2014. The Sudanese woman who was spared a death sentence for converting from Islam to Christianity and then barred from leaving Sudan flew into Rome on Thursday (Photo: Reuters)
Mariam Ibrahim
Mariam Yahya Ibrahim of Sudan (2nd R) carries one of her children, as she arrives with Lapo Pistelli (C) Italy's vice minister for foreign affairs, holding her other child, Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi (R), his wife Agnese (L) and Foreign Affairs minister Ferica Mogherini after landing at Ciampino airport in Rome July 24, 2014 (Photo: Reuters)
Mariam Ibrahim
Pope Francis (2nd L) talks with Mariam Yahya Ibrahim of Sudan, while her husband and two children sit beside her, during a private meeting at the Vatican July 24, 2014. The Sudanese woman, who was spared a death sentence for converting from Islam to Christianity and then barred from leaving Sudan, flew into Rome on Thursday (Photo: Reuters)
Mariam Ibrahim
Mariam Yahya Ibrahim of Sudan carries one of her children as she arrives with Pistelli, Italy's vice minister for foreign affairs, holding her other child, and wife Agnese after landing at Ciampino airport in Rome on Thursday (Photo: Reuters)
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