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>> Donald Trump.>> They were captured in Afghanistan in 2012. But today, American Caitlan Coleman, her Canadian husband, Joshua Boyle, and their children are free, rescued by the Pakistani military on Wednesday.>> They want->> Since this video was recorded, a third child has arrived. All three, born in captivity.
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The rescue took place in the Kurram tribal area of Pakistan, close to the Afghan border. The family were being held by a group believed to be the Taliban Allied Haqqani Network. Coleman and Boyle were captured while backpacking through Afghanistan. Coleman was pregnant with their first child at the time.
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The Pakistani army says the rescue came as a result of intelligence provided by the United States. A rare success between two uneasy allies in the fight against extremism.>> To provide->> A victory, too, for US President Donald Trump.>> And I wanna thank the Pakistani government. We wanna thank Pakistan.
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They worked very hard on this, and I believe they're starting to respect the United States again.>> It's still not known when the family will be returning home.>> I do plead with you to please be quick.