American Hostages Freed From Taliban After Five Years Of Captivity
Wochit News - Thursday, 12 October 2017 (2 weeks ago)
An American family has been freed, nearly five years after being taken hostage by the Taliban in Afghanistan. Caitlan Coleman and Canadian Joshua Boyle were kidnapped by the Taliban in 2012 while they were traveling as tourists in Afghanistan. According to CNN, Coleman was pregnant when she was kidnapped, and had two more children born in captivity. US intelligence agencies had been tracking the hostages and shared intelligence with Pakistan when the family was moved there.
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