Middle East

    Freed Palestinian Prisoner Spends First Day at Homei
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    October 30, 2013 9:25 PM
    The government of Israel has released 26 Palestinian prisoners who were serving life sentences for attacks against Israelis 20 years or more ago. VOA’s Scott Bobb visited one of the freed men and has this report from the West Bank town of al-Bireh, 15 kilometers north of Jerusalem.

    Freed Palestinian Prisoner Spends First Day at Home

    Published October 30, 2013

    The government of Israel has released 26 Palestinian prisoners who were serving life sentences for attacks against Israelis 20 years or more ago. VOA’s Scott Bobb visited one of the freed men and has this report from the West Bank town of al-Bireh, 15 kilometers north of Jerusalem.


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