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Palestinian prisoners wait to be released from Ketziot prison, southern Israel, October 1, 2007

Arab-Israeli terrorist who murdered Moshe Tamam released from prison

Oren Tamam, Moshe's brother, and Transportation Minister Miri Regev have demanded that Abu Mukh's citizenship be revoked.

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe and her daughter Gabriella pose for a photo in London, Britain February 7,

Iran frees British-Iranian aid worker Zaghari-Ratcliffe - her lawyer says

"She was pardoned by Iran's Supreme Leader last year, but spent the last year of her term under house arrest with electronic shackles tied to her feet. Now they're cast off."


Indonesia to release suspected Bali bombings mastermind Bashir

Bashir, 82, who was among Indonesia's most notorious extremists, is considered the spiritual leader of the al Qaeda-linked Jemaah Islamiah (JI) network.

Israelis Hadar Goldin, Oron Shaul, Avera Mengistu and Hisham Al-Sayed being held by Hamas in Gaza

Israel said to have offered concessions to Hamas on prisoner swap deal

An unnamed senior Hamas official said, “the ball is now back in the Israeli court.”

Freed academic was detained in Iran due to Israeli partner - report

Australia and Moore-Gilbert have rejected Iran's allegations that she was working as a spy for Israel.

Image of Director of PLO Commission of Prisoners’ Affairs Qadri Abu Bakr, and text, posted to the Of

PLO official gives directly opposing statements to NYT and Arab media

Qadri Abu Bakr told The New York Times that prisoners' families salaries would change to match the families' needs, instead of correlating to prison sentence. He denied the statement to Arab media.

34 years after capture, Ron Arad's wife: 'Let's not repeat same mistakes'

In a moving Facebook post, Tami Arad recalled early years of hope and despair waiting for her husband to return home.

Taliban chief negotiator Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar (front) leaves after peace talks with Afghan sen

Taliban prisoner issue almost resolved, peace talks expected 'soon'

A source close to the Taliban said the group was willing to move forward so long as most of the 5,000 prisoners demanded were released.

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