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  Nigerian Adultery Case - Amina Lawal Friday 26 September 2003  
Amina Lawal, the Nigerian woman sentenced to death by stoning for adultery, has won her appeal.

After battling against her sentence for 18 months, Amina won on the grounds that she was not given enough chance to defend herself.
The BBC's correspondent Anna Borzello, who was in the packed court to hear the verdict joins Martha to tell her more.

Woman's Hour: Amina Lawal update
BBCi News: Nigerian spared death by stoning

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