The American woman out by Iran on Tuesday following more than a year in prison said she was humbled and thankful to Iran's president for her liberty shortly before she boarded a flight to the nearby Gulf sultanate of Oman where her mother was pending her.
Iran not tied up Sarah Shourd, 32, after a $500,000 bail was paid to win her liberty. However, the case that has got deeper strains between the U.S. and Iran was still far from determined.
Shortly after proclaimed Shourd's release, Iranian establishment said they are not considering the immediate release of the two Americans under arrested with Shourd — her fiance Shane Bauer and their friend Josh Fattal. Iran has emotional all three with spying, though their families say they were blameless hikers arrested in a scenic peak area along Iran's border with Iraq.