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Eritrea Releases Four Djiboutian Soldiers After Eight Years Imprisonment

After nearly eight years in prison, four Djiboutian prisoners-of-war have been released by Eritrea. A total of 19 POWs were captured by Eritrea in June 2008 during a border skirmish, but some of them escaped prison in September 2011, said Djibouti's Ambassador to the U.S. and Permanent Representative to the United Nations Mohamed Siad Doualeh.  The others remain in detention. The release was negotiated by Qatar and the freed soldiers were flown back to their home country on...

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