Lebanese Welcome Militants Freed by Israel

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Lebanese militants released in a prisoner exchange with Israel are greeted by cheering crowds on their return to their home villages in southern Lebanon Friday. Israel also handed over the bodies of 59 men killed by Israeli forces during the occupation of south Lebanon. NPR's Ivan Watson reports.

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