Hans and Gudrun Hammarström, parents of photographer Niclas Hammarström, watch the TV news in their home in Soderhamn in northern Sweden  after the release of their son and reporter Magnus Falkehed  who were kidnapped in Syria in Nov. 2013.
Hans and Gudrun Hammarström, parents of photographer Niclas Hammarström, watch the TV news in their home in Soderhamn in northern Sweden after the release of their son and reporter Magnus Falkehed who were kidnapped in Syria in Nov. 2013. AP
Hans and Gudrun Hammarström, parents of photographer Niclas Hammarström, watch the TV news in their home in Soderhamn in northern Sweden after the release of their son and reporter Magnus Falkehed who were kidnapped in Syria in Nov. 2013. AP

2 Swedish journalists freed in Syria amid concern for hostages

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