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US Prisoner Freed by Egypt Returns Home

An Egyptian-American prisoner freed by Egypt after it jailed him for nearly two years for his alleged involvement in the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood has returned to the United States. Frail-looking Mohamed Soltan was embraced with tears and hugs from relatives and friends as he arrived Saturday at Washington's Dulles International Airport. Cairo authorities forced the 27-year-old Soltan to relinquish his Egyptian citizenship before allowing him to leave Egypt. He had been on...

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