Three people from Devon who were being held for their part in a Greenpeace protest in the Arctic have today been released from jail. They'd been in prison for two months - initially on charges of piracy and then of hooliganism.
At the moment they're all still due to put on trial. But today their families say they hope they'll see them soon.
Bob Cruwys reports
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