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Topic - Maya
A Sudanese woman spared of a death sentence for refusing to renounce her Christian faith arrived in Rome with her family Thursday, where they met with Pope Francis a few hours after landing.
Meriam Ibrahim, the 27-year-old Sudanese Christian mother convicted of apostasy and sentenced to death because her father was Muslim, has been freed from death row and has left prison, several international news agencies report.
The Obama administration merely watches as a foreign country prepares to hang an American for her faith. The government of Sudan has convicted one Dr. Meriam Yehya Ibrahim Ishig for the "crime" of religious apostasy.
The team released the Cuban pitcher on Saturday after four years in the organization. Matt Eddy of Baseball America first reported the news.
If the world ends on Dec. 21, 2012 _ as some believe the Maya predicted _ that leaves plenty of opportunity to see a new exhibit that examines the civilization's ancient kingdoms, intricate calendar systems and current culture.
Martin Cruz Smith, in the course of his 13-novels-and-counting career, has created his own niche in crime fiction, works that I choose to call "Russia noir."
"If they want to execute me," she told her husband, a New Hampshire resident and also a Christian, "then they should go ahead and do it, because I'm not going to change my faith."