North American Family Freed After Being Taken Hostage By The Taliban
Thursday, 12 October 2017 () Pakistani security forces freed an American women, her Canadian husband and their three children from captivity after being taken hostage five years ago by the Taliban in Afghanistan, CNN reported. The Pakistani army released a statement regarding their rescue and was confirmed by U.S. authorities, the report said. Caitlan Coleman, 31, and her husband Joshua Boyle, 33, were taken hostage by the Taliban in 2012 while traveling to Afghanistan and were kept in captivity since, the report said. Coleman was pregnant at the time of their capture and the couple had two more children while in captivity. According to a statement released by the Pakistani army, U.S. intelligence...
Ex-hostage Joshua Boyle said his infant daughter was killed by Haqqani captors and his wife was raped during the five years the Canadian-American family was held... MailOnline India - IndiaAlso reported by •WorldNews •DNA •Seattle Times
[Afghanistan], Oct 12 (ANI): An American woman, her Canadian husband and their three young children, who were captive since 2012 by the Taliban-affiliated... Sify - IndiaAlso reported by •BBC News •WorldNews •New Zealand Herald •DNA
A Canadian-American family freed from Taliban captivity after five years were on a flight to London on Friday, a Pakistani military source said. Sify - IndiaAlso reported by •WorldNews •Seattle Times •DNA