An Algerian journalist convicted of undermining national unity has had his prison sentence reduced to two years on appeal.
Khaled Drareni was originally sentenced to three years in jail – he’s been detained since March.
He runs a news website and is also a correspondent for French TV5 Monde.
He was arrested after reporting on a demonstration by the Algerian anti-government protest movement known as the Hirak.
The popular protests forced long-time President Abdelaziz Boutelika to quit last year.
Drareni’s lawyers, fellow journalists and supporters say he’s been punished for doing his job.