Canadians John Greyson and Tarek Loubani are home at last.
The two were in an Egyptian jail for more than seven weeks.
They were never charged with any crime. Egyptian security held them in jail under terrible conditions.
Many people fought for Greyson and Loubani’s release. Canadian politicians, friends and family members, Canadian officials and even people Greyson and Loubani will likely never meet—tried to convince Egypt to let the pair go.
The two were in Egypt so Loubani, a doctor, could volunteer at a hospital there. Greyson, a filmmaker, was going to film his work.