An Afghan journalist held in a U.S. military prison for nearly one year was reunited with his family in Kandahar City Wednesday.
“U.S. officials released Jawed Yazamy, in his early 20s, Sunday after holding him for 11 months at a base in Bagram, near Kabul.
“Yazamy, who was working for CTV prior to his arrest, had passes to enter Kandahar Air Field and had drawn the suspicions of both the Americans and Canadians, CTV’s Paul Workman said Wednesday.”
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