An appeal court in Afghanistan has overturned a death sentence against a journalism student who was convicted of blasphemy.
Sayed Parwez Kambakhsh, 23, a reporter with the Jahan-e Now daily, was sentenced to death in January by a court in the northern city of Mazar-i-Sharif.
He downloaded a document about women and Islam from the internet last year.
Under Islamic law - stipulated in Afghanistan's constitution - blasphemy is punishable by death.
His plight prompted an international campaign to save him and the court has reduced the sentence to 20 years in prison.