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Peter Theo Curtis, 45, stands outside his mother's home in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Curtis spent two years as a captive of Nusra Front, an affiliate of al-Qaida in Syria,  Aug. 27, 2014.
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Peter Theo Curtis, 45, stands outside his mother's home in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Curtis spent two years as a captive of Nusra Front, an affiliate of al-Qaida in Syria,  Aug. 27, 2014.

Peter Theo Curtis, who was released on Sunday, Aug. 24  after spending two years as a captive of insurgents in Syria, stands outside his mother's home in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Aug. 27, 2014.
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Peter Theo Curtis, who was released on Sunday, Aug. 24  after spending two years as a captive of insurgents in Syria, stands outside his mother's home in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Aug. 27, 2014.

Viva Hardigg, cousin of American journalist Peter Theo Curtis, talks to reporters outside the house of Curtis' mother in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Aug. 25, 2014.
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Viva Hardigg, cousin of American journalist Peter Theo Curtis, talks to reporters outside the house of Curtis' mother in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Aug. 25, 2014.

Nancy Curtis, mother of American journalist Peter Theo Curtis, briefly answers reporters' questions outside her home in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Aug. 25, 2014.
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Nancy Curtis, mother of American journalist Peter Theo Curtis, briefly answers reporters' questions outside her home in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Aug. 25, 2014.

In this image taken from undated video obtained by The Associated Press, is believed to be Peter Theo Curtis, a U.S. citizen held hostage by an al-Qaida linked group in Syria, as he delivers a statement.
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In this image taken from undated video obtained by The Associated Press, is believed to be Peter Theo Curtis, a U.S. citizen held hostage by an al-Qaida linked group in Syria, as he delivers a statement.

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