Mariam Ibrahim, the Sudanese woman who recently escaped a death sentence for allegedly converting from Islam (which she has never practiced) to Christianity, has left Sudan and arrived in Italy. She traveled with her two children on an Italian government plane, accompanied by Italian Deputy Foreign Minister Lapo Pistelli, and was greeted on her arrival by Prime Minister Matteo Renzi. How long she will remain in Italy is unclear, but her plans are to continue on to the United States, of which her husband is a citizen.
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UPDATE: From AOL, Ibrahim and her family meet Pope Francis.