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Shock of al-Jazeera journalist Peter Greste's parents at sentence

23 June 2014 Last updated at 13:58 BST

Three al-Jazeera journalists have been sentenced to seven years in jail in Egypt, after being found guilty of spreading false news and supporting the banned Muslim Brotherhood.

Mohamed Fahmy, a Canadian-Egyptian who heads the network's Cairo bureau, and Australian correspondent (and former BBC reporter) Peter Greste were jailed for seven years. Egyptian producer Baher Mohamed received a 10-year sentence.

Peter Greste's parents, Lois and Juris, consented to being filmed while receiving the news.

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