Salvo in retaliation for Israeli air strikes that killed 15 people, including children
Olivier Vandecasteele and Assadollah Assadi fly home under a deal brokered by Oman.
Some Western media outlets are facing backlash over headlines claiming that Iran was abolishing its "morality police."
In a country where homosexuality is punishable by death, the community shows unprecedented defiance.
Iran has long held what activists and other governments say are sham trials in order to imprison or execute critics of the state.
Two factions had threatened to withhold backing for a deal unless their funding demands were met