photo - This photo provided by the government-controlled Syrian Central Military Media, shows Lebanese Hezbollah fighter, Ahmed Maatouk, center, in his hometown of Kfar Sir, following his release from captivity in Syria by Islamic State militants a day earlier, in south Lebanon, Thursday, Sept 14, 2017. Maatouk's release comes as a part of a controversial deal that allowed Islamic State militants and their relatives to be transferred from the Syria-Lebanon border to eastern Syria in exchange for release of remains of fighters and freedom for Maatouk. (Syrian Central Military Media, via AP)
This photo provided by the government-controlled Syrian Central Military Media, shows Lebanese Hezbollah fighter, Ahmed Maatouk, center, in his hometown of Kfar Sir, following his release from captivity in Syria by Islamic State militants a day earlier, in south Lebanon, Thursday, Sept 14, 2017. Maatouk's release comes as a part of a controversial deal that allowed Islamic State militants and their relatives to be transferred from the Syria-Lebanon border to eastern Syria in exchange for release of remains of fighters and freedom for Maatouk. (Syrian Central Military Media, via AP) 
This photo provided by the government-controlled Syrian Central Military Media, shows Lebanese Hezbollah fighter, Ahmed Maatouk, center, in his hometown of Kfar Sir, following his release from captivity in Syria by Islamic State militants a day earlier, in south Lebanon, Thursday, Sept 14, 2017. Maatouk's release comes as a part of a controversial deal that allowed Islamic State militants and their relatives to be transferred from the Syria-Lebanon border to eastern Syria in exchange for release of remains of fighters and freedom for Maatouk. (Syrian Central Military Media, via AP)
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