Egypt releases Israeli convicted of spying

Egyptian soldiers walk in their army post as seen from the Israeli side of the border with Egypt near the Israeli village of Nitzanei Sinai on August 20, 2013Egypt has released an Israeli who spent 15 years in prison for spying, while the Jewish state has freed two Egyptians, officials said Thursday amid improved ties between the two nations. The Israeli later met Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in his Jerusalem office, a government statement said. “Netanyahu, today… met with Ouda Tarabin following the latter’s return to Israel, and told him, ‘Welcome home.

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