(FILES) In this file picture taken on October 15, 2014 British human rights lawyer Amal Clooney arrives for a press conference at the Acropolis museum in Athens. AFP PHOTO/ LOUISA GOULIAMAKI
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British human rights lawyer Amal Clooney has disputed a story reporting how Egyptian officials warned her she risked arrest last year if she released a report in Cairo critical of the judiciary.The Guardian has not changed its story, however, which was based on an interview with Clooney last week following an appeal hearing for one of her clients, one of three Al-Jazeera journalists detained in Cairo.Clooney, a leading barrister who married Hollywood actor George Clooney last year, is on the defence team for Egyptian-Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy. Fahmy's defence team are hoping to get their client deported.
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