Hunger Striker Mahmoud Sarsak To Go Free

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After much international pressure, Israel has agreed to free Palestinian soccer star Mahmoud Sarsak, who in turn agreed to end his three-month hunger strike, the longest by a Palestinian prisoner. The deal calls for Sarsak to be treated at a hospital and freed on July 10. 

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