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US hostages released in Yemen 'prisoner swap'

BBC News Wednesday, 14 October 2020
It comes as more than 200 Yemenis are allowed to fly back to rebel-controlled Sanaa from Oman.
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US hostages released in Yemen 'prisoner swap'

It comes as more than 200 Yemenis are allowed to fly back to rebel-controlled Sanaa from Oman.
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