Australian woman is freed after drug charges dropped

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An Australian mother-of-six has walked free from a court in Malaysia after drug trafficking charges against her were unexpectedly dropped.

Emma Louise L'Aiguille, 34, from Melbourne, had been accused of possessing more than a kilogram of meth-amphetamine and faced a death sentence if found guilty.

She says she now just wants to see her children again.

Duncan Kennedy reports.

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