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Goodwin in Yemen in January 2019 with his Omani fixer, Azam Almhry. Ania Budzinski hide caption

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'I Was Absolutely Terrified': American Sam Goodwin Describes Syrian Prison Time

The traveler tells the story of his two months held in Syria's notorious prisons, and how his family got a Lebanese official to help secure his release.

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Microphone Fiend [Album Version] Eric B. & Rakim
Here Comes the Rain Again Eurythmics
To See Darkness Elkhorn
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Became Atmosphere
Little Boxes Malvina Reynolds
Dracula Bob Marley
Look DJ Mako
The Man Who Took My Sunglasses Khruangbin

Goodwin in Yemen in January 2019 with his Omani fixer, Azam Almhry. Ania Budzinski hide caption

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Ania Budzinski

'I Was Absolutely Terrified': American Sam Goodwin Describes Syrian Prison Time

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