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During hostilities or occupation
    ARTICLE 132

    Each interned person shall be released by the Detaining Power as soon as the reasons which necessitated his internment no longer exist.
    The Parties to the conflict shall, moreover, endeavour during the course of hostilities, to conclude agreements for the release, the repatriation, the return to places of residence or the accommodation in a neutral country of certain classes of internees, in particular children, pregnant women and mothers with infants and young children, wounded and sick, and internees who have been detained for a long time.


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