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In 2006, American reporter Jill Carroll, a freelancer for The Christian Science Monitor, was released after 82 days as a hostage in Iraq. ... Cambodian-born journalist Dith Pran, whose story became the subject of the award-winning film "The Killing Fields," died in New Brunswick, New Jersey, at age 65.
In 2006, American reporter Jill Carroll, a freelancer for The Christian Science Monitor, was released after 82 days as a hostage in Iraq. ... Cambodian-born journalist Dith Pran, whose story became the subject of the award-winning film “The Killing Fields,” died in New Brunswick, New Jersey, at age 65.

Intelligence missions, including the 2006 kidnapping of Christian Science Monitor reporter Jill Carroll, taught the US Air Force officer that classified ... “There were hard-fought and valuable lessons learned from Iraq and Afghanistan that we could apply to achieve a more disruptive effect [in poaching],” says ...
Zarqawi came to Northern Iraq after fleeing the 2001 U.S. invasion of Afghanistan with the far-fetched goal of ousting secular authoritarians like Saddam Hussein and replacing them with religious rule in a caliphate. He imagined his caliphate stretching from Mosul to Syria and beyond in the manner of his ...
Sunnis in Iraq fear their Shiite-majority government and, worse, the Shiite militias controlled by Iran and the Iraqi police. In Syria, average people, mainly Sunnis, wanted to throw off the yoke of an oppressive regime with a history of mass murder of Sunnis and favoring citizens that are adherents to an ...
In January 2006, a journalist named Jill Carroll was ambushed and kidnapped while attempting an interview in Baghdad. Her translator was shot dead on the spot and she was not seen again until the first hostage video came out a month later.

In a 2011 interview with CNN, Lynch said the injuries she suffered in Iraq still affect her and that she wears a leg brace. She had undergone 20 surgeries .... Now: Carroll described her ordeal in the Monitor, writing an 11-part series called Hostage: The Jill Carroll Story. In 2008, she left the newspaper for ...
Carroll, a freelance reporter for The Christian Science Monitor, was abducted in January 2006 and freed unharmed in March of that year. Both men are suspected of overseeing car or suicide bombings targeting Iraqis with the intent of inciting sectarian violence, the statement said. Abu Tiba is suspected to ...
On January 7, Jill Carroll, a 28-year-old freelance journalist working for The Christian Science Monitor, is abducted during a reporting trip to the Adel district of Baghdad. ... According to Reporters Without Borders, at least 153 journalists and media assistants have been killed since the invasion of Iraq.
She'd decompressed there for a day, talking to members of the US Embassy's Hostage Working Group, before traveling on an aircraft carrying American casualties ... Nearly five months on, what's to be learned from Jill Carroll's kidnapping and release? ... But she doesn't regret going to Iraq in the first place.
As he hopped from airport to airport on his way into Baghdad, staff writer Scott Peterson had called Boston to add his voice to those of TV network executives and Baghdad reporters who were forcefully arguing for a news blackout. It was a question of Jill's safety and hostage value. If the kidnappers had ...
Jill Carroll, a freelance reporter for the Christian Science Monitor, was held hostage in Iraq for 82 days. This is her story. By Jill Carroll, Staff writers for the Christian Science Monitor Peter Grier, Staff writers for the Christian Science Monitor August 14, 2006. close. Jill Carroll appears as a hostage in a silent 20-second video ...
28, Iraq's Interior Minister Bayan Jabr said Carroll was being held by the Islamic Army in Iraq, the insurgent group that freed two French journalists in 2004 after four months in captivity. She was last seen in a videotape broadcast Feb. 9 by the private Kuwaiti television station Al-Rai. Her twin sister, Katie, ...
BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- Nearly three months after she was abducted in Baghdad, American journalist Jill Carroll walked into the office of a Sunni Arab .... With Carroll's release, three journalists remain captive in Iraq, according to Lynn Tehini of Reporters Without Borders, a journalism advocacy group.
When Jill Carroll, 28, a Baghdad-based freelancer for the Christian Science Monitor was kidnapped on Saturday, the tightly knit community of reporters in the Iraqi capital knew of the abduction within hours. But in an almost unprecedented move, media organizations in Baghdad— Arabic and English ...
Intelligence missions, including the 2006 kidnapping of Christian Science Monitor reporter Jill Carroll, taught the US Air Force officer that classified ... “There were hard-fought and valuable lessons learned from Iraq and Afghanistan that we could apply to achieve a more disruptive effect [in poaching],” says ...
Zarqawi came to Northern Iraq after fleeing the 2001 U.S. invasion of Afghanistan with the far-fetched goal of ousting secular authoritarians like Saddam Hussein and replacing them with religious rule in a caliphate. He imagined his caliphate stretching from Mosul to Syria and beyond in the manner of his ...

In 2006, American reporter Jill Carroll, a freelancer for The Christian Science Monitor, was released after 82 days as a hostage in Iraq. Ten years ago: President George W. Bush visited Walter Reed Army Medical Center, where he personally apologized to troops for shoddy conditions there. The Food and ...
Sunnis in Iraq fear their Shiite-majority government and, worse, the Shiite militias controlled by Iran and the Iraqi police. In Syria, average people, mainly Sunnis, wanted to throw off the yoke of an oppressive regime with a history of mass murder of Sunnis and favoring citizens that are adherents to an ...
In January 2006, a journalist named Jill Carroll was ambushed and kidnapped while attempting an interview in Baghdad. Her translator was shot dead on the spot and she was not seen again until the first hostage video came out a month later.
Carroll, a freelance reporter for The Christian Science Monitor, was abducted in January 2006 and freed unharmed in March of that year. Both men are suspected of overseeing car or suicide bombings targeting Iraqis with the intent of inciting sectarian violence, the statement said. Abu Tiba is suspected to ...
She'd decompressed there for a day, talking to members of the US Embassy's Hostage Working Group, before traveling on an aircraft carrying American casualties ... Nearly five months on, what's to be learned from Jill Carroll's kidnapping and release? ... But she doesn't regret going to Iraq in the first place.
Jill Carroll, a freelance reporter for the Christian Science Monitor, was held hostage in Iraq for 82 days. This is her story. By Jill Carroll, Staff writers for the Christian Science Monitor Peter Grier, Staff writers for the Christian Science Monitor August 14, 2006. close. Jill Carroll appears as a hostage in a silent 20-second video ...
28, Iraq's Interior Minister Bayan Jabr said Carroll was being held by the Islamic Army in Iraq, the insurgent group that freed two French journalists in 2004 after four months in captivity. She was last seen in a videotape broadcast Feb. 9 by the private Kuwaiti television station Al-Rai. Her twin sister, Katie, ...
BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- Nearly three months after she was abducted in Baghdad, American journalist Jill Carroll walked into the office of a Sunni Arab .... With Carroll's release, three journalists remain captive in Iraq, according to Lynn Tehini of Reporters Without Borders, a journalism advocacy group.
When Jill Carroll, 28, a Baghdad-based freelancer for the Christian Science Monitor was kidnapped on Saturday, the tightly knit community of reporters in the Iraqi capital knew of the abduction within hours. But in an almost unprecedented move, media organizations in Baghdad— Arabic and English ...
Intelligence missions, including the 2006 kidnapping of Christian Science Monitor reporter Jill Carroll, ... “There were hard-fought and valuable lessons learned from Iraq and ... While in Iraq in 2005, Cuevas says she witnessed one of the most .... With celeb-journalist's candidacy, stage is set for Putin's 2018 ...
Zarqawi came to Northern Iraq after fleeing the 2001 U.S. invasion of ... Jill Carroll was a freelance reporter in the Middle East for five years ...
They represent 48 journalists who died last year doing their jobs. ... So here's a suggestion: Before blasting the “hated reporters” take a walk ... Vogt; Christian Science Monitor reporter Jill Carroll, kidnapped and held for weeks ...
In 2006, American reporter Jill Carroll, a freelancer for The Christian Science Monitor, was released after 82 days as a hostage in Iraq.
At the height of my adjunct "career" teaching writing, world religions, and general humanities courses, I taught up to 12 courses a year at three different institutions in the Houston area. I juggled about 400 students a year in my courses, and each student wrote three to five papers. Do the math — that's a lot of ...
Iraq and Syria are a political problem that is causing a security problem. Until the ... Jill Carroll was a freelance journalist in the Middle East from ...
In January 2006, a journalist named Jill Carroll was ambushed and kidnapped while attempting an interview in Baghdad. Her translator was ...
Suspect in Jill Carroll kidnapping caught in Iraq ... of planning the 2006 kidnapping of U.S. journalist Jill Carroll, a military statement said. ... Carroll, a freelance reporter for The Christian Science Monitor, was abducted in ...
Jill Carroll, a freelance reporter for the Christian Science Monitor, was held hostage in Iraq for 82 days. This is her story.
A TV-image of U.S. journalist Jill Carroll as she gives a brief ... BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) — American reporter Jill Carroll was set free ... Islamic Army in Iraq, the insurgent group that freed two French journalists in 2004 after four months in captivity. ... Carroll is the fourth Western hostage to be freed in eight days.
A TV-image of U.S. journalist Jill Carroll as she gives a brief ... BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) — American reporter Jill Carroll was set free ... Islamic Army in Iraq, the insurgent group that freed two French journalists in 2004 after four months in captivity. ... Carroll is the fourth Western hostage to be freed in eight days.
BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- Nearly three months after she was ... American journalist Jill Carroll walked into the office of a Sunni Arab ... any arrangements" with abductors in connection with the reporter's ... A U.S. government official said that a hostage negotiation group in ... Other journalists held hostage.
You and Joseph Kelly Jill Carroll is on the DL we need you right now ... For one and get out of this it would depend writers as Satan on a final.
Zarqawi came to Northern Iraq after fleeing the 2001 U.S. invasion of ... Jill Carroll was a freelance reporter in the Middle East for five years ...
They represent 48 journalists who died last year doing their jobs. ... So here's a suggestion: Before blasting the “hated reporters” take a walk ... Vogt; Christian Science Monitor reporter Jill Carroll, kidnapped and held for weeks ...
In 2006, American reporter Jill Carroll, a freelancer for The Christian Science Monitor, was released after 82 days as a hostage in Iraq.
Iraq and Syria are a political problem that is causing a security problem. Until the ... Jill Carroll was a freelance journalist in the Middle East from ...
In January 2006, a journalist named Jill Carroll was ambushed and ... was not seen again until the first hostage video came out a month later. ... Even in a place as routinely treacherous as Iraq, her abduction garnered widespread attention. Jill was a young, pretty reporter from the heartland of America who ...
Jill Carroll, a freelance reporter for the Christian Science Monitor, was held hostage in Iraq for 82 days. This is her story.
A TV-image of U.S. journalist Jill Carroll as she gives a brief ... BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) — American reporter Jill Carroll was set free ... Islamic Army in Iraq, the insurgent group that freed two French journalists in 2004 after four months in captivity. ... Carroll is the fourth Western hostage to be freed in eight days.
BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- Nearly three months after she was ... American journalist Jill Carroll walked into the office of a Sunni Arab ... any arrangements" with abductors in connection with the reporter's ... A U.S. government official said that a hostage negotiation group in ... Other journalists held hostage.
When Jill Carroll, 28, a Baghdad-based freelancer for the Christian Science Monitor was kidnapped on Saturday, the tightly knit community of reporters in the Iraqi capital knew of the ... kidnapped Saturday in a notorious neighborhood of Iraq s capital. ... Among journalists in Baghdad, Carroll is known as a ...
... The Christian Science Monitor that was titled, "Hostage: The Jill Carroll Story," and focused on Jill Carroll, a freelance reporter for The Monitor, who had been kidnapped by Sunni Muslim insurgents in Baghdad on January 2006, and held hostage in ...
CATSKILL - A later start time for students at the Catskill Elementary School is upsetting some district parents. Interim Superintendent Annemarie Barkman confirmed a letter had been sent home to parents this week announcing students could not be ...


 

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