(CNN) — In a period of about three weeks she went from being a virtually unknown 14-year-old Pakistani girl to making headlines around the world as a Christian teen facing a life sentence for allegedly burning pages of the Quran.
In her first-ever public interview since being released on bail, Rimsha Masih said she's happy to be back with her family but still fears for her life.
"I'm scared," she told CNN by phone. "I'm afraid of anyone who might kill us."
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