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  • McClatchy marks five years of captivity for journalist Austin Tice

    McClatchy Co. raised a banner Monday outside its corporate headquarters at The Sacramento Bee on Monday, August 14, 2017, to honor the kidnapped journalist Austin Tice and draw attention to his plight. The banner, with a photo of Tice superimposed over the American flag, reads, “American Journalist Austin Tice” and notes that he has been “captive in Syria since August 2012.”

McClatchy Co. raised a banner Monday outside its corporate headquarters at The Sacramento Bee on Monday, August 14, 2017, to honor the kidnapped journalist Austin Tice and draw attention to his plight. The banner, with a photo of Tice superimposed over the American flag, reads, “American Journalist Austin Tice” and notes that he has been “captive in Syria since August 2012.” Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee
McClatchy Co. raised a banner Monday outside its corporate headquarters at The Sacramento Bee on Monday, August 14, 2017, to honor the kidnapped journalist Austin Tice and draw attention to his plight. The banner, with a photo of Tice superimposed over the American flag, reads, “American Journalist Austin Tice” and notes that he has been “captive in Syria since August 2012.” Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee

Where is Austin Tice? McClatchy marks 5-year anniversary of journalist’s disappearance

August 14, 2017 11:03 AM

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