Some 33 Egyptian prisoners will be set free under a blanket pardon and allowed to return to their native country, Middle East News Agency said Tuesday. The two nations had been discussing a prisoner exchange for more than a year, officials said.
The decision came as Egyptian Prime Minister Hesham Qandil visits Baghdad on an economic mission to foster greater cooperation between the Arab states.
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