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Moroccan historian and activist freed from jail after spending 19 days on hunger strike

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Moroccan activist and historian, Maati Monjib – who was taken into custody in December – has left prison after being granted provisional release.

Mr Monjib, aged 60, is reported to be in good health, despite having been on hunger strike for 19 days.

Mr Monjib is known as a fierce critic of the Moroccan government and of the security services.

On leaving prison, he said that accusations against him of money laundering were police fabrications, and that he would work for the liberation of others imprisoned for their political opinions.

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