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A Lebanese woman jailed in Egypt over a video that was judged offensive has settled a fine of 30,000 Egyptian pounds ($1,670) and is due to be released within the next two days, Egyptian media reported Monday.Mazbouh will be released from the Al-Qanater women's prison within the next two days, Ahmad was quoted as saying.Mazbouh, who went to Egypt as a tourist, was arrested in May as she was leaving Cairo after a video of her circulated on social media in which she called Egyptians "the dirtiest people on earth" after recalling alleged incidents of harassment.Mazbouh later posted another video in which she apologized to the Egyptian people, claiming there had been a misunderstanding.
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