Writer Bernard Zepherin Teyou was released on 29 April. He had been imprisoned since November 2010 after writing a book about the President's wife.
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A mob burned down the homes of a small Ahmadiyya on 27 July, after a resident was accused of blasphemy. Two children and their grandmother died of smoke inhalation and several others were injured.
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The human rights defender is home again -- and her husband believes she was freed thanks to continued pressure on China from activists around the world.