Family Freed After 5 Years Of Captivity In Afghanistan An American woman and her family were freed after being held by an extremist group in Afghanistan for five years. David Greene talks with journalist David Rohde, who was held by the same group.
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Family Freed After 5 Years Of Captivity In Afghanistan

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Family Freed After 5 Years Of Captivity In Afghanistan

Family Freed After 5 Years Of Captivity In Afghanistan

Family Freed After 5 Years Of Captivity In Afghanistan

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An American woman and her family were freed after being held by an extremist group in Afghanistan for five years. David Greene talks with journalist David Rohde, who was held by the same group. Rohde is an adviser to Hostage U.S., a nonprofit group that supports hostages and their families.