Saberi Freed

U.S.-born reporter Roxana Saberi walked free from an Iranian jail on Monday after a court reduced her prison term for spying to a two-year suspended sentence, ending a four-month ordeal.

"I'm okay. I don't want to make any comments but I am okay," the U.S.-Iranian national told the news agency AFP minutes after leaving Tehran's notorious Evin prison and being driven away by her father.

In Washington, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said she was "heartened" by the news.

Saberi was initially detained in January and sentenced last month to eight years on charges of spying for the United States in a case that caused deep concern in Washington and among human rights groups.

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By Aresu Eqbali

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