What a bunch of clowns
A British teacher has been charged in Sudan with insulting religion, inciting hatred and showing contempt for religious beliefs, reports say.
Reuters news agency said Sudanese state media reported that the charges were laid against 54-year-old Gillian Gibbons, from Liverpool.
She was arrested in Khartoum after allowing her class of primary school pupils to name a teddy bear Muhammad.
The Foreign Office said it was unable to confirm the reports.
State media said prosecutors had completed their investigation and decided to charge Mrs Gibbons under Article 125 of the Sudanese criminal code.
Mrs Gibbons taught at Unity High School in Khartoum and the school's director, Robert Boulos, said earlier: "This is a very sensitive issue. We are very worried about her safety.
"This was a completely innocent mistake."