The prosecution in the case was looking to further detain Badr Hari for 30 days, but the Amsterdam court saw no need to further detain the world-famous kickboxer and ordered him to be released, provisionally, from custody.
Badr Hari is still a suspect in the case and could face further punishment and trial, but for the time being, Badr Hari is a free man. This means he is free to train, travel to different countries and fight.
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