Three journalists picked up by coalition forces or the Afghan
intelligence service for their suspected links to Taliban propaganda
networks have been freed after brief detentions that prompted angry
reaction from journalism advocates and President Hamid Karzai's call
for their quick release.
NATO said Friday that it had released Mohammad Nadir, a television
cameraman for al-Jazeera, and Rahmatullah Naikzad, who worked for both
al-Jazeera and The Associated Press.
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