Israel recaptures last two Palestinian prison escapees in Jenin

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Israeli police have now recaptured all six Palestinian prisoners who recently escaped from a maximum-security facility.

The last two, Munadel Infai’at, and Ayham Kamamji, were arrested in Jenin in the occupied West Bank on Sunday, ending a two-week search.

Prosecutors want to add another 15 years to each man’s sentence on charges they were planning a new attack.

Al Jazeera’s Harry Fawcett reports from the occupied West Bank.

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