• July 3, 2022

Russian release fuels hopes for Biden action on US captives held worldwide

The parents of Austin Tice, detained in Syria since 2012, met the president after Moscow freed Trevor Reed – with at least 55 similar cases globally

Late last month saw the release of Trevor Reed, a US citizen and former marine who had been detained in Russia since 2019 on a nine-year sentence for endangering the “life and health” of Russian police officers.

Now, Reed’s release has increased pressure on the Biden administration to act decisively on the number of other American hostages being held around the world, often for years, without apparent progress toward their return home.

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