Pakistani Girl Acquitted on Blasphemy Charges

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A Pakistani court has acquitted a Christian girl accused of blasphemy against the Koran.

Ramsha Masih, 14, was arrested in August after a Muslim cleric accused her of burning the Islamic holy book. The cleric was later accused of fabricating evidence.

Masih, who is reportedly mentally challenged, was exonerated for lack of evidence and all charges against her were dismissed.

The case caused an international outcry over Pakistan's strict blasphemy laws.

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