A US journalist who went missing in war-torn Syria is believed held by a military intelligence unit at a detention center near Damascus, a spokesman for his family said Friday.
US freelance reporter James Foley seen here in the SYrian northern city of Aleppo, on November 5, 2012. Foley is believed to be held by government intelligence agents at a detention center near Damascus, a spokesman for his family said Friday.
James Foley, a 39-year-old freelancer who has filed reports for GlobalPost, Agence France-Presse and other outlets, has not been heard from for 162 days, since he was seized by gunmen in a town near the Turkish border.
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