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    Austin Tice was captured while reporting on the civil war in Syria on August 12, 2012. Since then, Marc, Debra and the Tice family have endured three consecutive Christmases without their son and brother. This will be the fourth. The Tices hope that viewers will consider sharing this video so that their Christmas wishes may eventually reach him.

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