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Released: After 5 years of captivity by Pakistani militant group, Canadian-American family set free

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Caitlan Coleman and Josh Boyle who were kidnapped by militants in 2012.Twitter

An American woman and her family have been freed after being held by a Pakistan-based militant group for five years.

Caitlan Coleman and her family were released after US officials provided recently acquired intelligence on the family’s location to Pakistan’s government in recent days, according to The Independent.

Coleman, 32, was seven months pregnant when she was abducted by the ‘Haqqani network’ alongside her Canadian husband Josh Boyle.

‘The success underscores the importance of timely intelligence sharing and Pakistan’s continued commitment towards fighting this menace through cooperation between two forces against a common enemy,’ said a statement from Pakistani officials this morning.

US President Donald Trump appeared to hint of impending news of the family’s release during a speech at Coleman’s home state of Pennsylvania.

‘Something happened today, where a country that totally disrespected us called with some

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