Kidnapped NBC Correspondent Richard Engel Believed He'd Be Traded for Iranian Agents

Richard Engel, the chief foreign correspondent at NBC News who was released with his crew after five days in captivity in Syria, said he believes that he and his team were going to be exchanged by their captors for four Iranian agents and two Lebanese citizens. Speaking on the "Today" show this morning shortly after he and the crew were delivered over the Syrian border to Turkey, Engel said he has a "very good idea" who his captors were. "This was the Shabiha," he said. "This is a government...Full Story
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