This undated photo provided by the Torres family shows French reporter Pierre Torres in France.The disclosure that Nicolas Henin and Pierre Torres had been kidnapped while working in Syria June 22 brings to four the number of French journalists known to be held hostage in Syria.
This undated photo provided by the Torres family shows French reporter Pierre Torres in France.The disclosure that Nicolas Henin and Pierre Torres had been kidnapped while working in Syria June 22 brings to four the number of French journalists known to be held hostage in Syria. AP
This undated photo provided by the Torres family shows French reporter Pierre Torres in France.The disclosure that Nicolas Henin and Pierre Torres had been kidnapped while working in Syria June 22 brings to four the number of French journalists known to be held hostage in Syria. AP

Families of French journalists confirm they've disappeared in Syria

October 09, 2013 11:30 AM

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