Investigators believe that James Foley, the American journalist who was abducted at gunpoint in November in northern Syria, is being held by the Syrian government at a detention center near Damascus. Foley, a freelance journalist who had recently worked for GlobalPost and Agence France-Presse, was driving toward the Turkish border when an unmarked car intercepted him. He was last seen being forced out of his car by men holding Kalashnikovs and shooting in the air. GlobalPost says its representatives are meeting with the Syrian ambassador to secure Foley’s release.
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