Canadians held without charge in Egypt headed home
Two Canadians who were barred from leaving Egypt following weeks of imprisonment without charges have returned to Canada. Filmmaker John Greyson and physician Tarek Loubani left Cairo on a flight Friday morning.


Egypt lifted a travel ban for the two on Thursday. The pair weren't allowed to board a plane after they were released from jail Sunday. Greyson and Loubani had been held without charges since Aug. 15, when they were arrested while observing a demonstration in support of ousted President Mohammed Morsi in which the Canadians said they saw at least 50 protesters killed. (AP)