BBC's Gaza correspondent released
BBC correspondent Alan Johnston has been freed by his captors in Gaza after his abduction nearly four months ago.
Television pictures showed Mr Johnston, 45, leaving a building and entering a white car, accompanied by armed men. He said he was tired but in good health.
During his time as a hostage, three videos were released featuring images of Mr Johnston or of his belongings.
Calls were made for his release in rallies worldwide and in an online petition signed by some 200,000 people.
Mr Johnston was handed over to officials of the Hamas administration.
Gunmen from the Palestinian Islamist Hamas movement overran Gaza last month, expelling their rivals from the Fatah faction.
Hamas' military wing had said it would spare no effort to secure the BBC reporter's release.
A previously little-known militant group, the Army of Islam, claimed it was holding Mr Johnston and had released videos demanding the release of Muslim prisoners in British custody.