American hostage Caitlan Coleman, family rescued after captivity in Afghanistan


After five years since being kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, a York County woman and her family have been freed.

The communique continued that United States (US) intelligence agencies had been tracking them and shared their shifting across to Pakistan on Oct 11, 2017, through the Kurram Agency border.

Pakistani troops have rescued a Canadian man, his American wife and their three children from "terrorist custody" following a tip from USA intelligence agencies, the army said on Thursday.

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The recovered hostages "are being repatriated to their country of origin", the ISPR said.

Coleman was pregnant when she was kidnapped.

It was not clear when the video was shot, but it was released after rumours swirled in Kabul that the government was planning to execute Anas Haqqani, son of the Taliban-allied Haqqani network's founder, who has been held since 2014. The two were abducted five years ago while traveling in Afghanistan and have been held by the Haqqani network.

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The U.S. has long criticized Pakistan for failing to aggressively go after the Haqqanis, who have been behind many attacks against U.S. and allied forces in Afghanistan.

The couple set off in the summer 2012 for a journey that took them to Russian Federation, the central Asian countries of Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan, and then to Afghanistan.

The Taliban released a "proof of life" video of Coleman, Boyle and their two children in December 2016 where Coleman addressed President Barack Obama and then President-elect Trump, saying the Taliban "are not going to simply release our family easily, because it is correct".

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"That will have to change, and that will change immediately", Trump added, saying "No partnership can survive a country's harboring of militants and terrorists who target US service members and officials".