An Egyptian judge has ordered the release of Al-Jazeera English journalists Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed on bail pending their retral.
The move comes after 400 days in prison for the pair who were held alongside Australian Peter Greste.
It comes less than two weeks after the deportation of Greste.
The three were initially sentenced to at least seven years jail before a retrial was ordered.
Fahmy was released on bail of £21,000). Mohamed, an Egyptian, was reportedly released with no bail costs.
The three journalists were originally arrested on charges of terrorism and spreading false news.