The prisoners gave themselves up after discussing negotiations with security officers, Palestinian officials said.
The inmates, who are wanted by the Israeli Defense Forces, claimed they broke out of the prison in Nablus "to protest the prison administration not living up to agreements," The Jerusalem Post reported Friday.
Israeli officials reportedly said the escape showed Palestinian National Authority's inability to combat terrorist activity.
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