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Sinai: Operation Eagle allows dozens of hostages to escape from traffickers

Cairo - The first stage of Operation Eagle, which hit some of the largest smugglers and terrorists' hideouts in North Sinai and destroyed some of the tunnels linking Rafah to the Gaza Strip, has allowed dozens of sub-Saharan prisoners to flee from the prison camps. Some of them have fallen into the hands of the Egyptian police and will be repatriated, while others are attempting to reach Israel.

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