US Hikers Released News
US student's death after North Korea release raises questions
At the time of Otto Warmbier's trip, Young Pioneer Tours described their excursions to North Korea online as "extremely safe."
Imprisoned in Iran : Three Americans Detail the Horror of Their Experience in New Memoir
Josh Fattal, Shane Bauer, and Sarah Shourd discuss their time in Iranian prison in "Sliver of Light"
Four Famous Cases of Americans Accused of Espionage
Timothy Tracy must be going through some tough times right now. The 35-year-old filmmaker from Hollywood, California, was arrested in Venezuela on Wednesday just as he was leaving the country. Tracy was apparently in Venezuela to make a documentary. But he is being accused by the Venezuelan
U.S. Hikers Imprisoned in Iran Wed
Sarah Shourd and Shane Bauer, two Americans arrested and imprisoned in 2009 for hiking near the Iraq-Iran border, got married today in an undisclosed location in California. Bauer proposed to Shourd while they were imprisoned in Iran’s notorious Evin Prison, having woven together a ring...
ABC News Update
We're facing yet another government shutdown deadline on Friday the house has failed to pass a measure extending spending Intel November. The stalemate also threatens to FEMA dry of disaster funding. The senate is set to vote on its own spending bill today senate majority leader Harry Reid a
U.S. Hikers on Iran : 'We Were Hostages'
Two American hikers who were held in Iran for more than two years are back in the US talking for the first time about their ordeal ABC's Jim Sciutto was there when they return. You're the US today. Back on American soil Josh for talent Shane Bauer used some of their new found freedom. To slim
Freed Hikers Discuss Life in Iranian Prison
Freed U.S. hikers Josh Fattal and Shane Bauer told reporters gathered at a New York hotel that they were so isolated in the Iranian prison where they were held for over two years that they didn't know they were being freed until minutes before their release last week. Now that they are back on
Hikers Home at Last
Two American hikers freed after spending more than two years and in a rotting in prison they have just landed here in the US and finally without any handlers watching their every word. They are now speaking out about the candidly their life in prison in Iran ABC's Jim should following their saga
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Hikers Return to the U.S.: 'We Were Held Hostage'
The Two Men Were Greeted in Oman by Their Families and Are Now Heading Home