Students in Framingham, Mass., who had written letters seeking  journalist James Foley's release, applauded him in 2011 after his return from Libya, where he had been detained for six weeks. In late 2012 he was captured in Syria and was killed Aug. 19.
Students in Framingham, Mass., who had written letters seeking journalist James Foley's release, applauded him in 2011 after his return from Libya, where he had been detained for six weeks. In late 2012 he was captured in Syria and was killed Aug. 19. AP
Students in Framingham, Mass., who had written letters seeking journalist James Foley's release, applauded him in 2011 after his return from Libya, where he had been detained for six weeks. In late 2012 he was captured in Syria and was killed Aug. 19. AP

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