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Bedouin tribesmen released the Israeli man and Norwegian woman on Tuesday.
Two foreign tourists kidnapped in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula were freed early Tuesday.
They were in good health, and were freed in the early hours of the morning by tribal leaders, the state news agency MENA reported, citing the security services.
Hostage taking in the isolated desert region happens frequently and the victims are usually released unharmed.
They were released unharmed a few hours later after police promised the kidnappers to release a detained relative.