Four Western journalists being held in Libya have been released from custody and will likely be allowed to leave the country Thursday. The four are Clare Morgana Gillis, an American freelancer for USA Today and The Atlantic; James Foley, an American reporter for GlobalPost; Spanish photographer Manuel Brabo; and British reporter Nigel Chandler. They were charged will illegally entering the country, but had their sentences suspended. Although they had been imprisoned, reports suggest they were well treated since their April 5 arrest near the front lines of the clash between rebels and forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi near Brega.
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