Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert has landed in Canberra, after spending more than two years locked up in Iran before a reported prisoner swap deal this week.
- Kylie Moore-Gilbert was detained in Iran for more than 800 days
- She had been serving 10 years on espionage charges
- Ms Moore-Gilbert touched down at Canberra Airport late on Friday afternoon
Dr Moore-Gilbert, a University of Melbourne lecturer, was sentenced to 10 years’ jail after being convicted of espionage, a charge she has always denied.