Freed Reporter Unclear on Motive for Her Abduction

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Jill Carroll

American journalist Jill Carroll in a Sept. 5, 2005 photo. Credit: Reuters/Delphine Minoui/handout Reuters/Reuters hide caption

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American reporter Jill Carroll is released unharmed in Iraq, three months after she was kidnapped. "I was treated well, but I don't know why I was kidnapped," Carroll said in an interview on Baghdad television. Her captors had demanded that female detainees be freed or Carroll would be killed.

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