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75 Afghan prisoners set free from Pak


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Kabul: A total of 75 Afghan inmates imprisoned in Pakistan have been set free and returned to their homeland Afghanistan through the Torkham border on Tuesday, the state-run Bakhtar News Agency reported on Wednesday.

So far, Pakistan has handed over around 2,516 Afghans jailed in Pakistani prisons to Afghan authorities through the Torkham border, according to Bakhtar.

Weeks ago, the ministry also reported that 52 Afghan detainees had been released from Pakistani jails and returned home.

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