Four infiltrators from Sudan - two men, a woman and a baby - were captured on the Israeli-Egyptian border Sunday night when they tried to sneak into Israel.
In total, 67 illegal immigrants have been caught on that border since the beginning of March.
An army official said the Immigration Police was unwilling to deal with the infiltrators due to the difficulty of returning them to their home countries - Sudan, Ethiopia and Liberia. In the meanwhile, they were being held in a special wing of Ketziot Prison.
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