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Former captive Jill Carroll (left) had a joyous reunion with her mother, Mary Beth, her twin sister, Katie, and her father, Jim, in Boston yesterday. Carroll was set free in Iraq last week after 82 days as a hostage.

Carroll family reunites in Boston

By Scott Allen and Adrienne P. Samuels
Globe Staff / April 3, 2006

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Nearly three months after she was abducted at gunpoint from a Baghdad street, journalist Jill Carroll had a joyous reunion with her family in Boston yesterday, beginning what is likely to be a long recovery from her ordeal and an adjustment to her newfound celebrity. (Full article: 1019 words)

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